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Swedish Embassy for Lithuania

Swedish Embassy in Lithuania

Address: Didžioji g. 16, LT- 01128 Vilnius
City: Vilnius (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +2 hours)
Tel.: (370 5) 268 50 10
Fax: (370 5) 268 50 30
Emergency tel.: +370 52685010
Working hours: Monday to Thursday, 8.30 – 12.30 and 13.15 – 17.00, Friday, 8.30 – 12.30 and 13.15 – 15.45 

Consulate of Sweden in Kaunas

Address: Vytauto Ave. 43A-66, LT-44352 Kaunas
City: Kaunas (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +2 hours)
Tel.: +370 37 333 031
Fax: +370 37 332 591
Working hours: Monday to Friday, 10.00 – 12.00

Consulate of Sweden in Klaipeda

Address: Kanto g. 6, LT-92235 Klaipeda
City: Klaipeda (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +2 hours)
Tel.: +370 46 312 156
Fax: +370 46 312 156 

Swedish Embassy in Vilnius provides these consular services:

  • Issues temporary passports for trips back to Sweden;
  • Registers Swedish citizens living abroad;
  • Provides loans for Swedish citizens who have no money to return home (money must be paid back within a month plus SEK 600 consular fee);
  • Allows Swedish citizens to participate in electoral events;
  • Assists in contacting insurance companies from Sweden in case of accidents;
  • Helps Swedish citizens contact their relatives/friends, lawyer, doctor, interpreter and provides consultation in case of emergencies.

In case of lost or stolen passport, Swedish citizens must immediately report this to the nearest police station in Lithuania. A police notification along with two photos and some sort of identity document (if possible) must be presented to the Embassy in order to receive a temporary passport to return back to Sweden.

Since 1 January 2014 it is no longer possible to apply for an ordinary passport or national identity card at Swedish embassies in Oslo, Copenhagen, Helsinki, Reykjavik, Tallinn, Riga and Vilnius. Swedish citizens are encouraged to apply for new passports at any police passport offices in Sweden. It is also possible to apply for a passport at another Swedish mission abroad, for example, Swedish embassies in Berlin and Moscow. It should also be noted that it is cheaper to apply for a passport at the police office in Sweden rather than at Swedish mission abroad. However, temporary passports to return to Sweden will still be issued at the mentioned embassies.

A valid passport entitles EU and North American citizens to a three-month stay in Sweden. Citizens of other countries should check with a Swedish diplomatic representative in their home country. Travellers to or from the Schengen area will go through a personal control, both on arrival and departure. Identity will be checked, as well as the validity of the passport. Travellers will also be checked in relation to a joint police register (Schengen Information System). To apply for a visa within the Shengen area people can contact Swedish embassies in Athens, Berlin, Madrid, Paris and Rome.

Consular fees are paid in Lithuanian currency Litas.

The Embassy will be closed on the following days:

  • 1 January – New Year's Day
  • 6 January – Epiphany Day
  • 16 February - Act of Independence of Lithuania Day
  • 11 March - Restoration of Lithuanian Independence Day
  • March/April – Good Friday, Easter Monday
  • 1 May – International Workers' Day
  • May – Ascension Day
  • 15 August – Assumption of Mary
  • 24, 25, 26 December – Christmas Holiday
  • 31 December – New Year's Eve

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