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Work Study Visa
EU nationals do not need a visa or work permit but citizens of non-EU countries may be required to have these documents.
EU citizens may travel to Lithuania for up to three months within a six-month period starting from the day of their arrival in Lithuania. Those who wish to stay longer than three months, or who have already been in Lithuania for longer than three months, have to register with the Lithuanian Migration Department . Temporary residence permits are issued for periods of up to five years.
If you are a non-EU national, contact your embassy to find out about visa and work permit requirements.
For details and further information about visas, see the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Lithuania and Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania in London websites. The Lithuanian Labour Exchange also has information on the employment of foreign workers in Lithuania.