A work visa is a long-stay visa that lets you stay in Lithuania if you have found employment. Usually, if a Lithuanian employer has shown interest in employing you, they must also apply for a work permit on your behalf. Then you need to apply for a work visa from your home country and start working in Lithuania. The requirements may change depending on the type of work you will be doing, which is why it’s important to understand who needs a work visa in Lithuania first.
EU/EEA citizens can work in Lithuania freely, but they must register their stay after three months. However, non-EU/EEA citizens will need to apply for either a work visa, a work permit, or a residence permit to start working in Lithuania.
If you have a valid work and temporary residence permit, you can invite your family members to join you. For your family member to join you, they must apply for a family reunification visa. This visa will allow them to stay with you as long as your valid permit.
You will need the following documents when you apply for a Lithuania long-stay work visa:
To extend your stay, you must apply to extend a work permit. Your employer must apply for an extension of the work permit one month prior to your permit expiration date. If your stay extends beyond one year, you must apply for a temporary residence permit to remain in Lithuania
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