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Lithuania receives record number of asylum requests

Migration department informs about the record number of asylum applications received in 2019. 646 persons applied for asylum, mostly   Russian and Tajik nationals. Meanwhile,...

20 thousand Ukrainians in Lithuania: “When they start coughing, they ask a day-off”

Migration department informs that after closing the borders due to the spread of the pandemic, about 20 thousand Ukrainians and other third-country nationals working...

Lithuania will relocate two minor refugees from Greece

Lithuania decided to relocate two minor refugees from Greece. The resettlement procedure will be postponed due to the pandemic situation. Citing figures from the EU's...

The crushing fate of Syrian children: thousands are forced to hibernate in tents

Many people have left their homes in northwest Syria since the 1st of December because of the attacks by Russian-backed forces. It is estimated...

Immigration in Lithuania: salaries will depend on two factors

The economists share their opinion what we could expect from the increasing numbers of migrants in the country. Find out more here Source: Delfi

Analysts: more foreign workers will come to Lithuania, affecting salaries as well

Analysts predict that the number of labor migrants in Lithuania will continue to grow this year. Such an increase in foreign labor force is...

‘There’s no shooting here’ – Ukrainian children find respite in Lithuanian schools

A recent article published by the Lithuanian media outlet LRT highlights the integration process of Ukrainian children in Lithuanian schools and how schools have adapted to...
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The home that no longer exists: Syrians tell their story about the land of...

Nanook has released a story of two women from Syria, who currently live in Lithuania and France – what is happening at their homeland?...

Long-term asylum seekers in Lithuania are being considered to be allowed to work

The Government has decided to submit the amendments to the Seimas to allow asylum seekers working in Lithuania, whose applications for asylum have not...

Refugee from Syria, who lives in Jonava: the most important that we stayed alive

Bernardinai.lt shares the story of refugee from Syria. Three years ago he with his wife and two children left their native Damascus and today...