6. Subparagraph 5 Of Paragraph 1 Of Article 101(1)

A child (adopted child) (hereinafter – child) of an EU citizen and his/her parent (adoptive parent) who have exercised the right of free movement in European Union as referred to in subparagraph 5 of paragraph 1 of Article 101(1) of the Law, must submit these documents for the issuance of EU residence permit:

  1. a valid passport of an EU citizen or an identity card (the data must be verified against the EU citizen’s data indicated in the application);
  2. the documents confirming the ground for the issuance of the certificate:
     
    • when the right to live in the Republic of Lithuania is preserved for the child of an EU citizen, who had a right to live in the Republic of Lithuania, as is established in subparagraph 5 of paragraph 1 of Article 1011 of the Law –document confirming that EU citizen, who had a right to live in the Republic of Lithuania has died or departed from the Republic of Lithuania, document confirming, that (s)he is the child of this person and document confirming that (s)he is studying in education establishment according to appropriate formal education program;
       
    • when the right to live in the Republic of Lithuania is preserved for one of the parents (adoptive parents) guarding the child of now dead or departed EU citizen, who had a right to live in the Republic of Lithuania, as is established in subparagraph 5 of paragraph 1 of Article 1011 of the Law – document confirming that EU citizen, who had a right to live in the Republic of Lithuania has died or has departed from the Republic of Lithuania, document confirming, that (s)he is one of the parents (adoptive parents) guarding the child of now dead or departed EU citizen, who had a right to live in the Republic of Lithuania and document confirming that (s)he is studying in education establishment according to appropriate formal education program;

(The documents listed in part 3 should be submitted only in case if these data are not in Population Register of the Republic of Lithuania).

The copies of documents attached to the application must be certified in accordance to the procedure established by legal acts, the documents issued by foreign institutions must be legalised or certified by a note (Аpostille) in accordance with the procedure established by legal acts, with the exception of the cases when, according to treaties of the Republic of Lithuania or legal acts of the European Union, a document does not need to be legalised or certified with such note, it must be translated into Lithuanian, and the translations must be certified in accordance with the procedure established by legal acts.

Prior to lodging the application, the state fee in the amount of 8,60 EUR for the issuance of the certificate must be paid (there are no state fees for replacement of a certificate)

Paskutinis atnaujinimas: 2018-08-30 15:42:43