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Lithuanian flag Embassy of Lithuania in Yerevan

Address2/13 Babayan Street
0037 Yerevan
Armenia
Phonelocal: (010) 297.680
international: +374.10.297.680
Faxlocal: (010) 297.681
international: +374.10.297.681
Emailamb.am@urm.lt

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Marina
Mon, 27 Jun 2016 13:09 EDT
It's ridiculous
I would like to express my feelings towards whoever is in charge of giving a visa to Spain. That person must be exceptionally unprofessional not to anticipate questions after denying a tourist visa to Spain . I am a US citizen and I was sponsoring my family's summer vacation to Spain. ALL documents were provided, including an airline ticket and accommodation in Spain . Now, I am not really sure if that person requiring a ' ticket reservation " knows that all reservations are refundable only within 24 h. I would definitely like him to provide me with the website that keeps a reservation for an amount of time that he was processing applications for my family members.If he is not able to provide it, I would like to get my 3000$ back from him. Should I call this an international rip off? This money should be refunded! If you are not letting them go- that's your decision and I have no choice other than respecting your decision. But I should be reimbursed for the air ticket price I paid, since all tickets are refundable within 24 h of purchase date.
No matter
Wed, 25 May 2016 10:25 EDT
The worst embassy in whole over the world
I had planned to spend my vacation in Estonia, followed perhaps by other Baltic states. I applied for a Schengen visa via the embassy of Lithuania in Yerevan. I provided all the documents and attended the interview. However, my application was not successful, and the embassy refused my visa. I was told that “Justification for the purpose and conditions of the intended stay was not provided”.
I have asked to appeal this process, but there is no process for appeal, I was told. The only way to appeal is to apply to a court, which, when I telephoned them, would only speak to me in Lithuanian. When I asked for guidance regarding the specifics of the process, I was pointed to ‘’one of the walls at the Embassy in Yerevan’’ which may have contained the relevant information leaflet.
HAMIDREZA NEMATOLLAHI
Fri, 2 Oct 2015 03:16 EDT
register co. & investment
I am an Iranian national artist - elite. I am proffessor of university. I am an artistic - cloth designer. I have an international institute in Iran & a company in Armenia. I decide to register a company & invest in Lithuania. I can entrepreneurship for 12 Lithuania citizen people. Of course i want to go to Lithuania for search about my occupation situation at first by tourist visa. I live in Armenia. Do you give me & my son tourist visas?if yes.what documents are necessary for getting tourist visa? I am waiting for answering my email: cloth.designer53@gmail.com my number:0037496952323
Diana Melkonyan
Tue, 23 Dec 2014 10:45 EST
Greetings
Dear Sir/Madam,

I would like to thank Ms.Mariam, she was very supportive and I really appreciate her professional approach.Taking this opportunity I wish her and whole staff of the Embassy all the best in upcoming 2015.Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Regards,
Diana
Marie
Wed, 16 Jul 2014 07:21 EDT
take the phone!!!
Is there anyone to answer the calls? helloooooo
Nana
Tue, 20 May 2014 08:54 EDT
What a shame!
This embassy is a complete disgrace for its country and all the other EU countries it represents in Armenia. Incompetent, unresponsive, irresponsible staff and very strange approach to all applicants. It's only enough to mention that when you submit your documents they are placed on the floor with a huge pile of other people's documents, and I'm honestly surprised they don't lose people's passports and other important documents while walking on and through the submitted documents. I'm a citizen of Armenia, and YOU are just guests in my country! Honestly, who the hell are you to throw my passport on the floor! Close this embassy and send these people back to their country to learn some diplomacy and simple accuracy rules.
sasan shirkhani
Wed, 14 May 2014 07:05 EDT
student visa for my family
Hi my name is sasan shirkhani from iran .i get admission in one of your university. i have question can i take visa for my family , if i can carry them white me i want to pay university payment .
sasan.1357@gmail.com
Lilia
Sat, 15 Mar 2014 10:17 EDT
EVS VISA FOR SPAIN
Hi
I have been selected for EVS program in Spain and I got informed that I should get my visa from your embassy.
I would like to note that the project is for a year.How I should manage this process help me please.....
Gayane Avagyan
Mon, 28 Oct 2013 06:37 EDT
Appointment
Dear Sir/Madam,

I had been appointed a visit to submit my application package at 2:30 PM and I already had visited the Embassy today. But I will not be ale to complete that today. Can I, please, ask to shift the time of my package submission at 1:30-2:30 PM tomorrow.

With best regards,
Gayane
Zara
Wed, 16 Oct 2013 05:10 EDT
Best Embassy in Armenia
I can only say good words towards the staff and the policy of this embassy. Kristina is the best! I wish every Embassy would have such an asset!
The problems that arose with delays this year are most probably connected to the workload, as Lithuania started to issue visas for Spain, Hungary and several other countries. While the embassy staff is small the amount of applicants was enormously high which did not allow them to show individual approach to each and every applicant.
As for visa rejections... guys you should look up at your circumstances and evaluate your eligibility for visa before complaining. Sorry didn't mean to offend anyone.
And you can never compare this embassy, in a good sense of course, to french, us or german embassies for example.

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