I am a non-EU citizen, from Angola and I'm about to marry my Romanian girlfriend who she will come to my country soon to do the marriage papers here in my country, we have intentions to live in Sweden together and i was thinking what the best way to do that? Is it that she will go back to Romania and then apply for family reunion visa there and after go to lice together in Sweden? Or she should go to Sweden and directly apply for family reunion visa there? Keep in mind that in Romania she is qualified to be granted family reunion visa, as she have a job and an apartment. And to be qualified in Sweden is hard as she have to go alone and live there and work for six months before i can apply for the visa to join her.
To the best of my knowledge, having resided together in Romania basically makes no difference as far as Sweden is concerned. It would be much easier to stay there long-time if your wife would get a job there (under EU rules, she could then sponsor your residence permit without any other requirement and certainly without any six-month waiting period) but in any case, there is no point in using Romania as a “stepping stone”, if your goal is to go to Sweden.
I am an EEA national who went through this exact process in Sweden with my non-EU wife.
Your fiancee needs a job, admission to educational institution or private funds or income that shows that she can financially support both of you while living in Sweden. The job could even be in Denmark, Norway or Finland, and she can commute across the border to Sweden if geography makes this convenient. Of course, you could also live in any of those other countries. Anyway, the point is, she does not need a job in Sweden, she just needs to show that you and her have the money to live there.
After you are married, you need to find a place to live in Sweden.
You need a visa to enter Schengen, but as a family member of an EU national it should be issued free of charge and speedily. Apply at the nearest Swedish embassy or consulate. Attach proof that you are married, proof that you have the finances to live in Sweden and your housing contract. You should be a given a visa fast.
Once you have arrived in Sweden, go to the Swedish Migration Agency together with all your documents, and apply for EU residence cards. A card should be issued to you within six months.
After you have applied at the Migration Agency, if her job or studies are within Sweden you can both go to the Swedish Tax Agency and register there to get Swedish personal identification numbers (personnummer). Bring the receipt from your application at the Migration Agency and all the same documents. The personal identification number will be needed to get Swedish bank accounts, phone numbers, health care rights, etc. This number should be issued to both of you within 8 weeks maximum, assuming your wife works within Sweden.
Enjoy your life in Sweden! The rights of your EU wife and her family members (you and your possible future children) are quite strong in Sweden and the whole EEA!