How to Get a Long Stay Visa for Lithuania

Lithuania Long Stay Visa

Lithuania Long Stay Visa

Going to Lithuania for a long stay of more than 90 days?  You will need to go ahead and secure a Long Stay Visa (i.e. National Visa Type D).

(Go to my Lithuania visa page for information on other types of visas for Lithuania.)

I’ll break everything down for you below about how to go about getting the Lithuania Long Stay Visa.

Find your consulate
Gather the required documents
  • The official list of required supporting documents is here at the Lithuania Department of Migration, but you should definitely check the website of the Consulate or Embassy you found in Step 1 above to confirm what is required for you.
  • People who will be applying in the United States can use this list as a good guideline of the required documents.
Visa Fee
  • Official visa fees might vary depending on where you apply, so go to the website of the Embassy or Consulate you found in Step 1.
  • If you are applying in the U.S., the latest visa fees are listed here.
Submit your materials
  • Submission instructions will vary from consulate to consulate and embassy to embassy, so you will need to check the submission instructions at the website of the embassy or consulate you found in Step 1.

The Embassy or Consulate of Lithuania will give to you your brand new Lithuania visa.

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