The National Association of Romanian Registrars, based in Iaşi, the first and only professional association of officials with civil status attributions and records of persons in Romania, was founded in 2011 in Iaşi.
        The Association appeared as a response to the need to professionalize the activity of civil status, one of the oldest activities in Romania, which appeared in 1817. Later, at the proposal of the Association members, the statute was modified to allow also civil servants with attributions of records of persons to join so that the Association also represents their interests.
        In Romania, the civil status activity is carried out in each of the 3187 territorial administrative units, being provided by approximately 8000 officials organized within the town halls or community public services for records of persons.
        Civil status activity is mainly regulated by the Civil Code, Law 215/2001 on local public administration, Law 119/1996 on civil status documents, HG 64/2011 for the approval of the methodology regarding the uniform application of the provisions in the matter of marital status

The main objectives

◈ Transformation into OCCUPATIONS

of the referent, the inspector, the counselor of civil status and records of persons by registering in the Romanian Occupations Code

◈ Obtaining a professional status

especially for the referent/inspector/counselor of civil status and records of persons

◈ Promotion and support

legislative initiatives to adopt new normative acts or amend existing normative acts that regulate civil status activities and records of persons

◈ Creation of a communication network

between members of the association to facilitate communication and the exchange of professional information

◈ Promotion and support

the professional, social, economic and cultural interests of officials with civil status attributions and records of persons in Romania

◈ Consulting

and free advice to the members of the association in the fields of civil status, personal records, public office, employment relations, as well as in other fields of general interest regarding public life and civil servants

Marius-Constantin Bodoga
Renata-Mihaela Marin
Anca Pustianu

Dear Colleagues,

    Here is that the National Association of Romanian Registrars leaves behind 7 years of activity full of achievements that give us the reason and strength to move forward to win our place among the professions in Romania and the status that we deserve. 
    Today we are making a beautiful balance sheet in which, we are proud to say, the achievements are much more than the failures and part of the objectives we proposed when we founded the Association have been achieved.
   These years were not easy, but the support of colleagues who understood us and who adhered to our ideas gave us the strength and motivation to move forward and overcome evils and obstacles.
   Thank you for the trust you have invested in us and in our common goals and for being together.  

Renata Marin


  • NARR was founded in 2011 in Iasi.

  • The year 2012 meant an intense and successful membership co-optation campaign, the admission of our Association to the European Association of Civil Status Officials alongside Italy, Holland, Belgium, Germany, Austria, Slovenia, Slovakia, Poland, Scotland, Switzerland, as well as our admission by the European Commission among the professional organizations with a consultative character in the European policy-making process.

  • Our dream of writing a new page in the history of civil status in Romania became a reality in 2013 when the Ministry of Labor accepted our request and registered in the COR as occupations the referent, the inspector and the counselor of civil status. Also in 2013, we managed to organize a historic event for civil status and the civil status officer in Romania: the first National Convention of civil status specialists. The Convention was attended by 120 county council secretaries, mayors, city hall secretaries, civil status officials, guests of honor being Mr. Parride Gullini-President of the European Association of Civil Status Officials (EVS) and Mr. Franco Stacul-general secretary of the European Association of Civil Servants.

  • The year 2014 meant an intense campaign to gather signatures for the petition to register in the COR the referent, the inspector and the advisor of records of persons and the submission of the documentation to the Ministry of Labor, as well as the holding of the 2nd edition of the National Convention of State Specialists civil and personal records.

Our achievements

· since January 1, 2012 ANFSCR is a member of the European Association of Civil Status Officials (EVS) based in the Netherlands;

· The European Commission admitted NARR among the professional organizations in Europe participating in the process of developing and implementing European Union policies (consultative role)

· we have established relations of close collaboration and mutual support in carrying out specific activities with the Italian Association of Civil Servants

· we collaborate, in an advisory role, with the Directorate for Personal Records and Database Administration (DEPABD) in the field of legislative projects for civil status and personal records

· I registered the functions of civil status referent/inspector/counselor in the Romanian Occupations Code;

· we have submitted to the European Commission and EVS proposals for improving the civil status activity in the member countries of the European Association to facilitate the movement of Romanian citizens

· we submitted to DEPABD and MAI proposals to amend the legislation in the field of civil status and records of persons

· approximately 200 civil servants, including secretaries of administrative-territorial units, directors and heads of local community/county public records services have joined us;