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IN WHAT CASES THE RIGHT OF AN EU CITIZEN AND/OR HIS/HER FAMILY MEMBERS TO RESIDE IN THE REPUBLIC OF LITHUANIA IS REVOKED (ARTICLE 106, PARAGRAPHS 2, 3, 4 AND 6, OF THE LAW)?

Right of the European Union Member State citizen and (or) his/her family members to permanently reside in the Republic of Lithuania is lost if:

  1. the residence of this citizen and (or) his/her family member in the Republic of Lithuania may constitute a threat to state security or public order;
  2. the right to permanently reside in the Republic of Lithuania was acquired by fraud;
  3. if they depart from the Republic of Lithuania for the period longer than 2 consequent years.

The right of residence in the Republic of Lithuania of a minor citizen of an EU Member State, where it is in his best interests, or a citizen of an EU Member State who has uninterruptedly resided in the Republic of Lithuania for the last 10 years may be withdrawn only in the event of a threat to national security.

If the right of residence in the Republic of Lithuania is withdrawn from a citizen of an EU Member State, the right of residence of his family members shall also be withdrawn, except in cases where they are entitled to reside in the Republic of Lithuania on other grounds established by this Law. 

Upon withdrawal of the right of residence in the Republic of Lithuania, the citizen of an EU Member State and/or his family members must depart from the Republic of Lithuania and if they do not implement this obligation or in cases established in subparagraph 1 and 3 of paragraph 2 of Article 106, they shall be expelled in accordance with the procedure established by this Law.  

Paskutinis atnaujinimas: 2014-08-26 13:10:34