I'm from Poland, but I want to open my business in Lithuania. Maybe you know how can I get a Lithuanian residence permit? I really need it as soon as possible. I just found one company: bizbon.com/services-in-lithuania/lithuanian-temporary-residence-permit/ but I know less about them. Do you? All advices will be really helpful.
Such things can be damned tricky, particularly when dealing with Kremlinist bureaucrats, typically used to bribing their way along! Bring along lost of hard cash (preferrably dollars), if you can!
I take it then you speak some Russian, Lithuanian being such a minority language, and English largely non-existant, except perhaps certain areas of the
I did this last year. If it is a UAB then you do not need to be a resident, no longer have to do the Lithuanian exam and you can buy one off the shelf - but quite expensive if you want that quickly. Could be about 5000 Euro.
If it is a branch office then you have two routes - become a resident your self or employ of Lithuanian. No idea how to sort your residence out I'm afraid.
If you are an EU citizen you are allowed to stay in Lithuania for 90 days. You need a residence permit after that and you can apply for it if you're employed or self-employed there. Have you been there for over 90 days?
Lyzko, fyi Lithuania is in the EU and their currency is euro ...