17.06.2024 – 19.06.2024 are considered as non-working days due to National Salvation Day and Eid al-Adha. It is possible to apply for an urgent service. It takes 3 hours, regardless of holidays and non-working days, for an urgent application consideration.

Azerbaijan e-Visa for Lithuania Citizens

The Azerbaijan e-visa for Lithuanian citizens is a way to increase tourism, business activity, and other bilateral relations between the two nations. You can also study in Azerbaijan through an educational visa.

Standard e-visa

(3 to 5 working days)

Urgent e-visa

(3 to 5 hours)

Azerbaijan Visa Requirements for Lithuania Citizens

Considering various Azerbaijan visa requirements, you must carry a valid Lithuania passport for over six months when applying. If you have multiple passports or citizenship, apply using the passport you intend to use in Azerbaijan. Several requirements include:

  • Negative PCR result/report
  • Email address (in use)
  • Digital passport copy
  • Vaccination certificate
  • Up-to-date debit/credit card info
  • Personal information (credentials such as date of birth, nationality, etc.)

E-visa Options- Standard and Urgent Visa

You can get an Azerbaijan visa online through a relatively simple process. You will only have to wait for a few days after you submit an application for the Azerbaijan visa and pay the government fee, including the additional service fee that varies significantly. For a Lithuanian citizen’s standard Azerbaijan visa application, the approval time is only three working days. Also, you can travel to Azerbaijan as quickly as you need by opting for an urgent-purpose travel visa. You can fill out an application for an urgent visa and send it the same way.

After applying for an urgent visa, Lithuanian citizens have to wait no more than a day or three hours at best to get approval. The validity of the Azerbaijan e-visa doesn’t extend over 90 days, and it allows you to stay in Azerbaijan for only 30 days. The free structure for both visa types is different, so make sure you check it out before applying. You can only travel once on an e-visa, and you will have to apply for another if you want to revisit or extend your stay. You will also have freedom of transportation despite your visa type. You can get approval simultaneously for a group by applying together.

Standard e-visa

(3 to 5 working days)

Urgent e-visa

(3 to 5 hours)

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Azerbaijan Tourist and Business Visa for Lithuania Citizens

You’re open to choosing any type of Azerbaijan visa that fits your purpose for travel. Being a Lithuanian citizen, you can choose a tourist visa, educational visa, business visa, or another type. By taking a tourist visa, you can tour the recreational tourist spots in Azerbaijan. Conversely, with a business visa, you can start your firm in Azerbaijan. And likewise, you can further your studies using an educational visa in Azerbaijan. But, you can only stay for 30 days in the country with one e-visa. And you must be outside Azerbaijan to apply for another.

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Azerbaijan Visa Cost for Lithuania Citizens

The government fees for the standard visa are $26 and for the urgent is around $61. All nationalities will have to pay the same fees set by the government. 

 Plus, there will be an additional service fee that varies depending on the options you choose. You can get the final price by applying for the visa. Since the fees are non-refundable, make sure you don’t waste the opportunity to travel to Azerbaijan.

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Relationship between Azerbaijan and Lithuania

Azerbaijan and Lithuania have beneficial bilateral relations with one another in different spheres. The bilateral relations include socio-economic, political, and cultural progress between the two nations. On the other hand, the most prominent areas of cooperation between Lithuania and Azerbaijan include education, logistics, food industry, medicine, and transport. On September 10th, 1991, Azerbaijan acknowledged Lithuania’s independence, while Lithuania did the same for Azerbaijan on December 20th, 1991. Diplomatic relations began on November 27th, 1995, between both countries. As per the 2017 report, the mutual trade turnover between both nations was over €34.8 million and kept growing.

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