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In 2003, the Lithuanian European Union referendum took place to decide whether Lithuania should join the European Union (EU). Over 90% of those who voted supported membership and Lithuania joined the EU on May 1, 2004.
EU membership gives Lithuanian citizens the right to travel, study, work and live in any of the 28 EU countries without any additional permits or documents. Many people belonging to the Lithuanian diaspora and who are descendants of Lithuanian immigrants have the right to Lithuanian citizenship regardless of where they were born or where they live.
Lithuanian immigration has resulted in hundreds of thousands of people with Lithuanian ancestry living outside Lithuania. Large waves of Lithuanian migration occurred during the 19th and 20th century, a large portion of whom were Jewish. Communities in the United States make up the largest part of this diaspora, where as many as one million Americans can claim Lithuanian descent and with the largest concentrations of Lithuanian Americans making their homes in the Great Lakes area and the Northeast. Lithuanian communities in Mexico, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, and Uruguay also developed before World War II. Many descendants of Lithuanians migrated to Israel, which today has a large ethnic Lithuanian community.
Today, Lithuanian migration offers millions of potential Lithuanian citizens living abroad the right to recover their Lithuanian citizenship.
What are the benefits of Lithuanian Citizenship
Lithuanian citizenship provides numerous rights within the 28 countries of the European Union, the most important of which are:
Are you eligible?
Lithuanian Citizenship Law has been amended many times over the past 8 years and its terms can be interpreted using different criteria.
The current citizenship law grants the children, grandchildren and great grandchildren of Lithuanian citizens whose ancestors left Lithuania prior to 1990 and who became citizens of another country, the right to reclaim Lithuanian citizenship.
In some cases, especially for the offsrping of those who left Lithuania prior to June 15, 1940, there are special requirements, related to the conditions under which they left (persecution, fear of losing their lives, and others) that must be met.
In addition, because Lithuania became an independent state in 1918, those who left before this year were not Lithuanian citizens and therefore their offspring are not eligible to claim citizenship.
GetEUPassport Can Obtain Your Lithuanian Citizenship
The laws and processes for obtaining Lithuanian citizenship can be complex and there are many details that often get overlooked, even by Lithuanian consular offices, resulting in denials in situations when citizenship should be authorized. GetEUPassport makes all of this easy by providing all of the necessary services for individuals who want to obtain their Lithuanian citizenship.
Why Should You Choose GetEUPassport?
GetEUPassport has a high success rate in securing Lithuanian Citizenship and guidance for the issuance of Lithuanian passport for hundreds of satisfied clients while providing the best personalized service.
At GetEUPassport we believe that our customers want and deserve that their case be dealt with personally by one of our partners and for it to be handled with the highest importance and confidence. This is why we limit the number of applications that we accept at one time and prefer to provide personalized and responsive service.
With the experience of hundreds of successful cases, GetEUPassport can determine the chances of success of acquiring Lithuanian citizenship. Through your responses to our simple questionnaire we are able to determine your eligibility, and when possible, we guarantee results.
We’re so confident of our work that we offer to assess your case for free to tell you what your chances of success are and only accept cases that we think have great chances of being successful.