Short Term Visa


If you plan to go to Lithuania and stay for a period not exceeding 90 days in any 180 day period, and your country is not on the visa free list, you need a Schengen travel visa (Visa C).

Please note that in order to apply for a visa at Visa Application Centre or the Consular Section of the Embassy of The Republic of Lithuania in Moscow, your only destination or your main destination (longest duration of stay) must be Lithuania. In the absence of a main destination (e.g. same duration of stay in two or more countries) you can apply at any of these countries but it is recommended that you apply at the country of first entry because your passport will show the entry stamp of your first destination only.

Passport has to be valid for at least three months beyond the intended stay in The Republic of Lithuania; issued not more than 10 years ago and needs to contain at least two empty pages available for visa and/or permit sticker. A new passport must be obtained before submission of your application, if the said conditions are not met. Applications can be accepted in the earliest term 3 months before the planned journey.

Applicant must choose correct Purpose of travel to Lithuania while applying for visa and the decision must be made by the applicant themselves – Visa Application Centre staff will not be able to assist in taking this decision. In case of any questions regarding the visa application the Embassy of The Republic of Lithuania may require an additional interview with the applicant.

Visa Application Centre accepts citizens of Uzbekistan. The other citizens can apply only based on residence permit in Uzbekistan. In any other case applicants must contact the embassy of The Republic of Lithuania in Moscow directly to apply for the visa. To know more about the same and for up to date information from the Schengen visa, we recommend you to visit the website of Embassy of The Republic of Lithuania in Moscow.

The possession of a visa does not confer an automatic right of entry to a Schengen country. The visa holder is requested to present proof that they fulfill the entry conditions at the border (valid travel document, valid visa, and valid purpose of travel with adequate means of travel).

VFS is not at liberty to consider the admissibility of an application. If necessary documents are missing the Embassy can decide not to process the application even if VFS received and forwarded it.

Applicants are solely responsible for the applications they submit. Any false documents or other misrepresentation of information in support of their application will have a direct bearing on the judgment of their application by the Consular Section the Embassy of The Republic of Lithuania in Moscow.

Visa Fees

Consular Fees

Type of Visa Russian Federation citizens Ukranian citizens Citizens of Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan,  Bosnia and Herzegovina, Former Yugoslavian Republic of Macedonia, Georgia, Moldova, Serbia and Montenegro Citizens of Belarus Citizens of other states
Short Term Visa (C) 35 EUR 35 EUR 35 EUR 80 EUR 80 EUR
National Visa (D) 120 EUR - 120 EUR - 120 EUR

Visa fee waiver list

  1. The consular fees are waived for following categories of citizens, as per the chapter №4 article №16 of the Visa Code:

    1. Children under 12;
    2. Pupils, students, post-graduate students and accompanying teachers who undertake trips for the purpose of study or educational training;
    3. Researchers travelling for the purpose of carrying out scientific research as defined in Recommendation 2005/761/EC of the European Parliament;
    4. Representatives of non-profit organizations aged 25 years or less participating in seminars, conferences, sports, cultural or educational events organized by non-profit.
  2. The consular fees are waived for following categories of citizens of the Russian Federation, as per the chapter №3 article 6 of EC-RF visa facilitation:

    1. Family members of EU citizen or citizens of the member states of European Free Trade Association – spouses, or the partner with whom the EU citizen has contracted a registered partnership, on the basis of legislation of a Member state, or a direct descendant of the EU citizen who is under age of 21 or is dependent and those of the spouse living in the common household with the EU citizen or the dependent direct relatives of the EU citizen in the ascending line and those of the spouse, or living in the common household with the EU citizen;
    2. family members of the Republic of Lithuania citizens – spouses or the partner with whom the citizen has contracted a registered partnership, children (adopted children) (futher – children) under 18, children under 18 of the spouse or the partner with whom the citizen has contracted a registered partnership, if they are not married depend on parents, or close relatives in the ascending line who are dependent no lees than 1 year and can not be supported by other family members living in the foreign state;
    3. persons who are going to the Republic of Lithuania to take part in the official events organized by Presedent, Saeima, Goverment or ministry of the Republic of Lithuania;
    4. persons who have presented documents proving their travel on to visit burial grounds of a close relatives which is located in the Republic of Lithuania (2 times a year);
    5. persons who have proved the origin of Lithuania with relevant documents or certificate of the origin of Lithuania issued by consular post in accordance with the procedure established by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Lithuania;
    6. persons who has the right for the citizenship of the Republic of Lithuania and proved it with the relevant documents.

Important Note:

  1. Please note all the fees are paid in the visa application center online by using bank cards. Please call at helpdesk or visit visa application center for more information.
  2. Visa fees once paid is not refundable under any circumstances including visa rejection.


Apart from the visa fee, VFS service charge of the equivalent of 30.00 inclusive of VAT per application will be levied for applicants applying at the visa application centre (children under 6 years exempt from VFS fees). This is applicable for all categories of visa applications. Please click here to find out the Visa Facilitation Agreement, Visa Policies and Visa Fee Waivers.

Documents Required

Harmonized list of supporting documents to be submitted by applicants for a Schengen visa in the Uzbekistan

The supporting documents such as birth, marriage, death certificates, notarized affidavits, or notarized copies have to be legalized (apostled in the countries of the Hague Convention od 1961) . The supporting documents in the languages other than Lithuanian, English or Russian have to be presented with the official translation to Lithuanian, English or Russian

Please note that the Embassy may ask for additional documents which are not mentioned in the list below.

  1. General requirements:
    1. A completed and signed application form for Schengen visa, as set out in Annex I of the Visa Code. An application is to be completed online at
    2. A valid travel document satisfying the the following criteria:
      1. its validity shall extend at least three months after the intended date of departure from the territory of the Member States or, in the case of several visits, after the last intended date of departure from the territory of the Member States.
      2. it shall contain at least two blank pages;
      3. it shall have been issued within the previous 10 years.
    3. One colour photo of the person
      • Actual (made no earlier than 6 months ago), size - 3.5 x 4.5 cm, printed on photo paper
      • The face must occupy 70-80 % of the area, the face from the chin to the upper head should occupy 31-36 mm
      • The background is white and monochrome
      • The person in the photo must be without sunglasses
      • The person in the photo must be free of headwear or other items that cover the head except for the obligatory religious headwear.
      • Glasses cannot have darkened lenses
      • The picture cannot have any lighting effect
      • Eyewear should not cover eyes
      • The mouth in the picture must be completely closed.
    4. Document proving Travel medical insurance

      Travel medical insurance shall cover any expenses, which might arise in connection with repatriation for medical reasons, urgent medical attention and/or emergency hospital treatment or death, during their stay(s) on the territory of the Member States. The insurance shall be valid throughout the territory of the Member States and cover the entire period of the person’s intended stay or transit. The minimum coverage shall be EUR 30 000. (insurance is accepted only in print)

    5. Round trip ticket reservation
    6. Proof of financial means corresponding at least to the minimum amount required for each day of stay in a Member State:
      • Original bank account statement for the last 3 months (all applicants)
      • Internationally accepted credit card along with most recent credit card statement (all applicants)
      • Salary certificate indicating level of salary in last 12 months (if employed)
      • Confirmation of employer or educational facility about employment and position (if employed) or student status (if studying)
      • Labour history book (if employed)
      • Approval of employer or educational facility to take leave (if employed) or holidays (if studying)
      • Copy of trade register bulletin or licence (if company owner or self-employed)
      • Statement of payment of taxes (if company owner or self-employed)
      • Pension book (if retired) and/or
      • Any other proof of financial means (e.g. proof of remittances, property rental contract, original certificate of sponsorship or other legal form of sponsorship, proof of scholarship or research grant, etc.)
    7. Confirmed proof of accommodation depending on the purpose of journey for the entire period of stay
    8. Proof of family ties in Uzbekistan (original passports of spouse and children, birth certificates of children, proof of marital status, etc.)
    9. Minors (under 18 years of age):
      • Birth certificate of the applicant (in case of child born out of wedlock, statement of registrar’s office confirming the agreement of the father to be entered into the birth certificate)
      • Copies of passports of the parents (one passport only in case of single parent or parent with sole parental custody (in the latter case, proof of sole parental custody must be also submitted))
      • Notarized consent of parent or legal guardian if the minor travels alone or with only one of the parents (exceptions will be made to this if the single parent with whom the minor is to travel holds the parental authority alone).
  2. Supporting documents to be presented depending on the purpose of travel
    1. Transit
      • Proof of legal permission (visa or visa exemption) to enter the country of final destination.
    2. Tourism
      • Pre-paid reservation in a hotel or holiday home or
      • Proof of payment for package holiday or
      • Other confirmed proof of accommodation
    3. Visit to relatives/friends
      • Original certificate of sponsorship and accommodation validated by local authorities in the Member State of destination (national form) and/or original personalized invitation signed by the inviting party, copy of the passport of the inviting party and copy of residence permit (for non-EU nationals). Please check the specific national administrative formalities of the Member State of destination.
      • Certificate confirming family relations and copy of the passport of a relative (in case of a visit to relatives)
    4. Business
      • Official personalized invitation from a firm or an authority to attend meetings, conferences or events connected with trade, industry or work with confirmation of financing of the stay and any other documents demonstrating existence of trade or work relations or
      • Entry tickets to fairs, congresses or similar events or
      • Other documents proving business activities or business ties in relation to the Member State
      • Extract of the trade register or license of the inviting firm
      • Reservation in a hotel or a confirmation from the inviting party if the inviting party pays accommodation
    5. Travelling for the purpose of participation cultural or sports events, or education, research vocational training
      • Official personalized document or letter of invitation from organizer of cultural, sports, vocational training, educational or research event, or letter of acceptance from university or institution in the Member State of destination indicating the length of stay and confirmation of financing of the stay
      • Pre-paid reservation in a hotel, or proof of other accommodation for whole period of stay in the Member State (e.g. campus residence reservation)
      • Letter of approval from relevant Uzbek authorities in case of group travels, confirming the agreement with the travel of individual members of the group.
    6. Medical treatment
      • Official personalized document or letter of invitation from inviting clinic or a doctor in the Member State confirming the need, approximate cost and expected duration of medical treatement, including confirmation of the need for accompanying person (where applicable)
      • Proof of payment for medical treatment, or
      • Original certificate of sponsorship validated by local authorties in the Member State of destination (national form) or other legal form of sponsorship, if equally accepted by the Member State
      • Pre-paid reservation in a hotel, or original personalized invitation with notarized signature of the inviting party confirming availability of accommodation
    7. Official delegations
      • Copy of the official invitation from the Member State or destination or an international organization
      • Verbal note from the relevant ministry or authority confirming that the applicant is a member of official delegation travelling to Member State to take part in an event stipulated in the invitation and indicating party that bears the responsibility for costs of the stay.

Photo Specifications

Please read the specifications for photographs carefully before submitting your visa application.

The photo needs to display a full frontal view of the face. The size of the face from the bottom of your chin to the hairline must be between 32mm (1 ¼ inches) and 36mm (1 3/8 inches). Please look directly into the camera with a neutral expression and without smiling.

The facial image must be sharp, clear, and with sufficient contrast. Please avoid photos with reflections or shadows on the face or with red eyes. The background should be white. Reflection from glasses, sunglasses, or tinted glasses is not permitted. The eyes cannot be hidden by the glass frames.

The photo needs to be printed on high-quality paper with at least 600 dpi resolution; the colors must present a natural appearance and skin tone. The photo must not have kinks, scratches or stains on it.

Processing Time

The longest period of delivering documents from visa center to the embassy is one week. Embassy shall take a decision on the request to issue a visa within 10 working days from the date of the receipt of the application and documents required for issuing the visa. The period for taking a decision on a visa application may be extended up to 30 calendar days in individual cases, notably when further scrutiny of the application is needed.

Time-frame of the Process (delivery to the embassy max 1 week + deadline(s) for decision making max 30 days or less if VFA) as per Art. 43(11) Visa Code; Art. 23 Visa Code; Directive 2004/38.

Download Forms

Schengen visa

Please fill the application form on the Embassy portal EPM here.