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Entry of citizens of the EU and of their family members into the Republic of Lithuania

A citizen of a European Union Member State may enter the Republic of Lithuania and stay therein for a period not exceeding three months starting from the first day of entry into the Republic of Lithuania.

Family members of the citizens of a European Union Member State may enter the Republic of Lithuania together with the citizen of the European Union Member State or arrive to him/her and stay in the Republic of Lithuania for a period not exceeding three months starting from the first day of entry into the Republic of Lithuania.

A citizen of a European Union Member State shall be refused entry into the Republic of Lithuania if:

  1. (s)he is not in possession of a valid travel document unless otherwise established by the international treaty of the Republic of Lithuania, legal act of the European Union or the Government of the Republic of Lithuania;
  2. his/her stay in the Republic of Lithuania would constitute a threat to national security, public policy or public health.

Citizens of the European Free Trade Association Member States and their family members are subject to the same provisions as citizens of the European Union and their family members when they exercise the right to freedom of movement.

An alien who lodges documents confirming that (s)he is a family member of a citizen of a Member State of the European Union, a family member of a citizen of a Member State of the European Free Trade and meets other requirements shall be issued a Schengen visa as soon as possible and free of charge.

A family member of the citizen of the EU Member State doesn’t require a visa to enter the Republic of Lithuania, if she or he possesses a residence card of a family member of a Union citizen issued by another EU Member State.

Paskutinis atnaujinimas: 2015-09-07 10:47:38