Latvia will introduce new procedures for issuing residence visas to eligible nationals beginning 1 February 2023
The government of Latvia will introduce a new system for the issuance of residence visas (e-ID cards) on 1 February 2023. As a result of these changes, foreign nationals who have received a positive decision on the issuance of an e-ID card will be serviced on a first come, first-serve basis when reporting for the physical card.
Foreign nationals should be able to provide proof of a valid personal identity document and pass e-ID cards if previously granted.
What are the Changes?
The government of Latvia will introduce measures for issuing of physical e-ID cards to foreign nationals who have received a positive decision from the immigration department in Latvia. According to the government announcement, these measures have been taken in an effort to reduce backlogs in the issuance of immigration documents.
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