Artists who wish to enter Lithuania from non-EEA countries have to apply for a permit

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2021 05 21

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We would like to remind you that, during lockdown, artists and their staff must submit applications to the Ministry of Culture, in accordance with the established procedure, before entering Lithuania from non-European Economic Area countries.

This requirement does not apply:

1) to citizens of countries of the European Economic Area, the Swiss Confederation, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the Principality of Andorra, the Principality of Monaco, the Republic of San Marino, and the Holy See (State of the Vatican City) as well as persons who are legally staying in those countries:

2) to foreigners who possess a document confirming their right to live in the Republic of Lithuania or regarding whom the Migration Department under the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Lithuania passed a ruling to issue the document confirming their right to live in the Republic of Lithuania or sent a notification to submit the original copies of documents and biometric data that are required for the approval of the issuing of the document confirming their right to live in the Republic of Lithuania; and to foreigners who are family members of the citizens of the Republic of Lithuania and foreigners who possess the documents confirming their right of permanent residence in the Republic of Lithuania (spouse or person with whom a registered partnership contract has been signed, children (including adopted) including minor children of the spouse or the person with whom a registered partnership contract has been signed, parents (including adoptive), legal guardians);

3) to foreigners who possess the national visa of the Republic of Lithuania or regarding whom the Migration Department under the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Lithuania passed a ruling to issue the national visa;

4) to foreigners who are legally staying in other countries included in the European Union-level list of third countries whose residents should not be affected by temporary external borders restriction on non-essential travel into the EU.