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Migration services

It is necessary to register so that we can take care of you and create conditions for you to stay legally in Lithuania.

Ukrainian citizens and their family members are registered only during the working hours of the Migration Department (I-IV 7.30-16.30, V 7.30–15.15) in:

  • Vilnius, Vytenio str. 18
  • Kaunas, A. Juozapavičiaus ave. 57
  • Klaipėda, Kauno str. 6
  • Šiauliai, Aušros ave. 19
  • Panevėžys, K. Binkio str. 14
  • Alytus, Jotvingių str. 8
  • Marijampolė, Kęstučio str. 1
  • Tauragė, Stoties str. 15
  • Telšiai, Žemaitės str. 34
  • Utena, Maironio str. 4
  • Visaginas, Veteranų str. 13
  • Šalčininkai, Architekto str. 4
  • Elektrėnai, Draugystės str. 32

If you can, before arriving for registration, fill in electronic application for residence permit following this instruction (video instruction).

Migration hotline +370 5 271 7112 (I-IV 7.30-16.30, V 7.30-15.15), www.migracija.lrv.lt

After registration you will be able to:

  • obtain a temporary residence permit in Lithuania (for 1 year)
  • a national visa (for 1 year)

Registration centers are in Alytus (Alytus, Pramonės g. 1B), Marijampolė (Marijampolė, Parko g. 9) and Vilnius (Minties g. 3). 

Yes, Ukrainian citizens with biometric passports are granted visa-free regime (90 days stay in Lithuania and in the whole Schengen area within 180 days).

Ukrainian citizens holding biometric passports and whose national visas or temporary residence permits expire in the Republic of Lithuania can immediately start enjoying the 90-day visa-free regime upon the expiry of these documents.

Ukrainian citizens and their family members who have been subject to a return decision may remain in the Republic of Lithuania. The Migration Department will publish additional information on the steps to be taken by these persons.

No, national visas and temporary residence permits held by Ukrainian citizens and their family members will not be cancelled.

Hotlines:

Migration hotline +370 5 271 7112 (I–IV 7.30–16.30, V 7.30–15.15) www.migracija.lrv.lt

Humanitarian aid hotline +370 684 98 688 (visą parą)

Accommodation hotline +370 677 22 222 (visą parą) www.stipruskartu.lt

Emergency number visą parą 112

Information about work in Lithuania 1883, +370 661 10 885, www.uzt.lt/ua

Information about health services +370 5 232 2222,  www.ligoniukasa.lrv.lt

Vaccination against COVID-19 1808 (from non-Lithuanian number +370 66 01 1808), www.koronastop.lrv.lt

Emotional support in Russian 1809, or +370 664 65 792 (I-V 18.00-21.00; VI-VII 12.00-15.00). Video consultations of psychologists in Rusian and Ukrainian: www.manodaktaras.lt/slava-ukraini

Important conctacts: lietuvių kalba,  українською мовоюна русском языке, in english.

National visas will not be issued to citizens of Ukraine who are not holders of valid foreign passports, but applications for temporary residence permits for humanitarian reasons will be accepted from such foreigners.

Yes. Ukrainian citizens and their family members who have left Ukraine for Lithuania due to acts of war must apply to the registration center for registration in Alytus (Alytus, Pramonės g. 1B), Marijampolė (Marijampolė, Parko g. 9) or  Vilnius (Vilnius, Minties g. 3). Only foreigners arriving in person are registered. Once a foreigner has been registered, he or she will be able to apply for a temporary residence permit or a national visa for humanitarian reasons. After registration, foreigners who do not have a place of residence will be taken to temporary accommodation (in municipalities or with private individuals).

Paskutinė atnaujinimo data: 2022-11-18