Embassy of India, Vilnius, Lithuania
NRI Certificate/NRI Parity Certificate

Overview:
- NRI certificate: Issued to Indian Passport holders (resident in Lithuania) for admission of their child in Indian Colleges/Universities under the NRI Quota or other specific purposes.

- NRI parity certificate: Issued to Foreign Passport holders (resident in Lithuania) holding OCI/PIO Card for their child's admission in Indian Colleges/Universities, aligning with OCI/PIO Card holders' privileges in the educational field in India.

Documents Required:
a. Miscellaneous Application Form duly filled and signed.
b. Two Photographs (2”x2”).
c. For Indian Passport Holder:
- Declaration on NRI status in the prescribed format.
- Supporting documents: Valid passport, Lithuania Residence Permit Card (if applicable), self-attested photocopy of passport page(s) with Lithuania Residence Permit/Visa, or self-attested photocopy of Lithuania Residence Permit Card.
d. For OCI/PIO Card Holder:
- Declaration on OCI/PIO status in the prescribed format.
- Supporting documents: Valid passport & OCI/PIO Card, self-attested photocopies of pages with personal particulars.
e. Proof of Residence: Self-attested copy of utility bill, Driving License, lease deed, etc., with the Lithuania address.
f. Fees: Euro 17 + Euro 2 (ICWF)

Bank Details for Payment:
- Recipient (Consular Services): INDIJOS RESPUBLIKOS AMBASADA LIETUVOJE (Embassy of India, Vilnius)
Account number: LT677300010178757046 (SWEDBANK)
Swift: HALBALT22
- For ICWF (Surcharge):
Recipient: INDIJOS RESPUBLIKOS AMBASADA LIETUVOJE (Embassy of India, Vilnius)
Account number: LT96 7300 0101 8109 4709 (SWEDBANK)
Swift: HALBALT22

Processing Time:
Same day if applied in person, Minimum 3 to 5 working days (excluding submission and dispatch dates) if applied by post.

Note:
- Original documents provided will be submitted along with photocopies, returned once the process is complete.
- Additional documents may be requested case-by-case after scrutiny by the Embassy.
If there is more than one document, the fee should be paid accordingly. Fees once tendered are non–refundable..

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