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WHICH DOCUMENTS SHOULD BE SUBMITTED BY AN EU CITIZEN WITH REGARD TO THE ISSUE OF A CERTIFICATE CONFIRMING HIS/HER RIGHT TO RESIDE PERMANENTLY IN THE REPUBLIC OF LITHUANIA?

An EU citizen should submit:

    • An application of an established format to issue a certificate confirming the right of an EU citizen to reside permanently in the Republic of Lithuania;
    • A valid passport or identity card of an EU citizen;
    • Documents confirming the basis for acquisition or granting of the right to reside permanently in the Republic of Lithuania, or issue of a certificate as provided for by the Law*;
    • If personal data of an EU citizen indicated in an application do not coincide with his/her personal data in the Register of Foreign Nationals and/or the Register of Residents of the Republic of Lithuania – documents confirming a change in personal data (certificates of registration of civil status’ acts, a court’s judgement to restore, supplement, amend or correct an entry of a civil status act, etc.).

*This requirement shall not apply to an EU citizen if he/she has been issued a certificate confirming the preservation of the right to citizenship of the Republic of Lithuania, a certificate confirming the right to reinstate citizenship of the Republic of Lithuania or a certificate confirming Lithuanian descent, or if the Migration Department has passed a decision regarding the preservation of the right to citizenship of the Republic of Lithuania or a decision to issue a certificate confirming the right to reinstate citizenship of the Republic of Lithuania or a certificate confirming Lithuanian descent.

To be noted. A family member of an EU citizen indicated in Article 104, paragraph 1, of the Law or another person who uses the right of free movement of persons according to EU legal acts as specified in Article 104, paragraph 2, of the Law, or a family member of a person indicated in Article 105, paragraph 1, of the Law as specified in Article 105, paragraph 4, of the Law may not submit an application if an EU citizen indicated in Article 104, paragraph 1, of the Law or a person indicated in Article 105, paragraph 1 has not been issued a document confirming his/her right to reside permanently in the Republic of Lithuania, or if this person has not submitted an application to issue a certificate confirming his/her right to reside permanently in the Republic of Lithuania or a card of the EU permanent residence permit.

An application of an established format shall be completed in Lithuanian; on an application, the given name(s) and the surname of an EU citizen shall be spelled in capital letters of the Latin alphabet without secondary (diacritic) symbols, ligatures or other modifications of letters of the Latin alphabet in the manner indicated in the passport or identity card of an EU citizen. In the spelling of the given name(s) and the surname, the following symbols may be used: “.”, “ ’ ”, “( )” and “/”.

Documents issued abroad, which are submitted together with the said application, must be translated into Lithuanian, and the translations must be approved in accordance with the procedure provided for by legal acts.

Documents issued by foreign states must be legalised or approved by a certificate (Apostille) in accordance with the procedure established by the Government of the Republic of Lithuania except for cases where a document does not need to be legalised or approved by a certificate (Apostille) under treaties of the Republic of Lithuania or EU legal acts.

Prior to submitting an application to issue a certificate confirming the right of an EU citizen to reside permanently in the Republic of Lithuania, an EU citizen must pay a state charge in the amount of 8,60 EUR collected for the issue of the certificate.

Paskutinis atnaujinimas: 2016-04-05 14:41:02