cumulus
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Question About Passport To Lithuania - Help!

Wed Mar 14, 2007 6:28 pm

My friend is due to travel to Lithuania with his wife (Lithuanian) and their son, 10.

The child has his own U.K passport, but it expires in August.

Is entry permitted to Lithuania on said passport, even though it is not valid for six months from today?
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RE: Question About Passport To Lithuania - Help!

Wed Mar 14, 2007 6:45 pm

info from Timatic:


VISA DESTINATION LITHUANIA (LT)

...... NORMAL PASSPORTS ONLY ......
PASSPORT REQUIRED.

1. IF HOLDING PASSPORT ENDORSED BRITISH NATIONAL (OVERSEAS):
VISA REQUIRED, WHICH IN SOME CASES MAY BE ISSUED ON ARRIVAL
SEE »TIDFT/LT/VI/IS .
CURRENTLY VISAS ARE ISSUED AS A STICKER. THE OLD TYPE
VISAS/STAMPS WILL BE VALID UNTIL THEIR EXPIRATION DATE.

VISITOR MUST HOLD:
- RETURN/ONWARD TICKET; AND
- ALL DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR NEXT DESTINATION; AND
- SUFFICIENT FUNDS FOR MAINTENANCE; AND
- SUFFICIENT HEALTH/TRAVEL INSURANCE TO COVER ANY MEDICAL
EXPENSES.


2. IN ALL OTHER CASES:
VISA NOT REQUIRED FOR A STAY OF MAX. 90 DAYS PER HALF YEAR
(EXTENSION POSSIBLE, FEE: LTL 60.-).



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RE: Question About Passport To Lithuania - Help!

Wed Mar 14, 2007 7:03 pm

Thanks so much for that, but a lot of countries require the passport to be valid for at least six months which his isn't so is that still ok?
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