Work Visa Lithuania

Lithuania, a charming Baltic nation with a rapidly growing economy, offers ample opportunities for foreign professionals. With its strategic location, business-friendly environment, and high quality of life, Lithuania has become an attractive destination for those seeking new career prospects. However, to work in Lithuania, foreign nationals must navigate the country's visa and immigration processes. This comprehensive guide explores the steps to obtaining a work visa in Lithuania and how Agopo Lawyers can facilitate this process, ensuring a smooth and successful transition.

Understanding the Lithuanian Work Visa

Types of Work Visas

Lithuania offers several types of work visas tailored to different employment situations:

  1. Temporary Residence Permit for Employment (TRP): This is the most common type of work visa for individuals with a job offer from a Lithuanian employer. It is typically valid for one year and can be renewed.

  2. EU Blue Card: Designed for highly skilled workers, the Blue Card is valid for up to three years and can be renewed. It provides a pathway to permanent residency.

  3. Seasonal Work Visa: For individuals employed in seasonal industries like agriculture or tourism. It is usually valid for up to six months within a calendar year.

  4. Intra-Company Transfer Permit: For employees of multinational companies who are transferred to a Lithuanian branch. It is generally valid for one to three years.

Eligibility Criteria

To qualify for a work visa in Lithuania, applicants must meet several criteria:

  • Job Offer: A confirmed job offer from a Lithuanian employer.

  • Qualifications: Relevant qualifications and experience for the position.

  • Health Insurance: Adequate health insurance coverage.

  • Clean Criminal Record: No serious criminal offenses on record.

Required Documents

The specific documents required can vary based on the visa type but generally include:

  1. Completed Visa Application Form: Available on the Lithuanian migration department's website.

  2. Valid Passport: Must have at least two blank pages and be valid for at least three months beyond the planned stay.

  3. Passport-Sized Photos: Two recent photos.

  4. Job Offer Letter: From the Lithuanian employer.

  5. Proof of Qualifications: Diplomas, certificates, or other relevant documentation.

  6. Proof of Health Insurance: Covering the duration of the stay.

  7. Clean Criminal Record Certificate: From the applicant's home country.

  8. Proof of Accommodation: Evidence of residence in Lithuania.

Application Process

The application process for a Lithuanian work visa involves several steps:

  1. Obtain a Job Offer: Secure a job offer from a Lithuanian employer.

  2. Prepare Documents: Gather all required documents.

  3. Submit Application: Submit the application to the Lithuanian migration department or the nearest Lithuanian embassy or consulate.

  4. Attend Interview: Attend an interview if required.

  5. Wait for Decision: Processing time can vary but typically takes between one to three months.

  6. Collect Visa: Once approved, collect the visa and prepare for relocation to Lithuania.

The Role of Agopo Lawyers

Navigating the visa application process can be complex and daunting. Agopo Lawyers, with their extensive experience in immigration law and thorough understanding of Lithuanian legal requirements, provide invaluable assistance throughout this process.

Expert Legal Advice

Agopo Lawyers offer expert legal advice tailored to each client's specific circumstances. Their services include:

  • Eligibility Assessment: Evaluating qualifications and job offers to determine the most suitable type of work visa.

  • Requirement Clarification: Explaining the necessary documentation and procedural requirements.

  • Step-by-Step Guidance: Providing detailed guidance throughout the application process.

Document Preparation

Ensuring that all documents are correctly prepared and submitted is crucial for a successful application. Agopo Lawyers can:

  • Review Documents: Thoroughly review all documents to ensure they meet required standards.

  • Assist with Forms: Help accurately complete all necessary forms.

  • Provide Translations: Offer certified translations of documents if needed.

Application Submission and Follow-Up

Agopo Lawyers manage the submission of applications and monitor their status:

  • Submit Application: Submit the application to the relevant authorities.

  • Track Progress: Monitor the status of the application and provide updates.

  • Address Issues: Handle any issues or requests for additional information from authorities.

Interview Preparation

If an interview is part of the visa application process, Agopo Lawyers can:

  • Prepare Clients: Offer tips and practice questions to help prepare for the interview.

  • Provide Support: In some cases, accompany clients to the interview for additional support.

Appeals and Legal Representation

In the event of a visa denial, Agopo Lawyers can:

  • File Appeals: Assist in filing an appeal against the decision.

  • Represent Clients: Provide legal representation during the appeal process.

Post-Arrival Support

Agopo Lawyers continue to offer support even after the visa is approved:

  • Registration Assistance: Help with registering residence in Lithuania.

  • Legal Advice: Provide legal advice on employment contracts and other legal matters.

  • Family Reunification: Assist with visas for family members.

Case Studies

To illustrate how Agopo Lawyers can assist, consider these case studies:

  1. Highly Skilled Professional: A software engineer from India received a job offer from a Lithuanian tech company. Agopo Lawyers helped him obtain a Blue Card by ensuring all documents were in order and providing representation throughout the application process. The engineer successfully moved to Lithuania and is now thriving in his career.

  2. Seasonal Worker: An agricultural worker from Ukraine sought employment in Lithuania during the harvest season. Agopo Lawyers assisted in obtaining a seasonal work visa by guiding the worker through the documentation requirements and ensuring timely submission. The worker was able to work legally in Lithuania and returned for subsequent seasons.

  3. Intra-Company Transfer: A manager at a multinational corporation was transferred to the Lithuanian branch. Agopo Lawyers facilitated the process by preparing the necessary documents and liaising with both the company and immigration authorities. The transfer was smooth, allowing the manager to continue his career without interruption.

Why Choose Agopo Lawyers?

Several factors distinguish Agopo Lawyers from other immigration service providers:

  • Expertise: Extensive knowledge of Lithuanian immigration laws and procedures.

  • Experience: A proven track record in handling various types of work visas.

  • Client-Centric Approach: Personalized service tailored to each client's needs.

  • High Success Rate: A high success rate in obtaining visas for clients.

  • Comprehensive Support: Assistance from the initial consultation to post-arrival support.


Clients consistently praise Agopo Lawyers for their professionalism and effectiveness. Here are a few testimonials:

  • John D.: "Agopo Lawyers made the process of obtaining my work visa seamless. Their expertise and attention to detail were impressive. I highly recommend their services."

  • Maria S.: "The team at Agopo Lawyers was incredibly supportive throughout my visa application. They answered all my questions and guided me every step of the way."

  • Alex K.: "Thanks to Agopo Lawyers, I successfully obtained a Blue Card and moved to Lithuania. Their knowledge and professionalism were invaluable."


Obtaining a work visa in Lithuania can be a complex and daunting process, but with the right support, it can be made much easier. Agopo Lawyers provide comprehensive services to help you navigate the intricacies of the application process, from initial consultation to post-arrival support. Whether you are a highly skilled professional, a seasonal worker, or an intra-company transferee, Agopo Lawyers have the expertise and experience to assist you in obtaining your Lithuanian work visa. With their help, you can look forward to starting your new career in Lithuania with confidence.