Latvia is a north European nation that lies in Baltic region. It shares its borders with Estonia in north, Lithuania in south and in east with Russia and Belarus. The population of is around 2.1 mill and area 64589 square miles. The national capital Riga is the largest in the Baltic States housing more than 30% of population of the country. It is an important seaport and also a major industrial, commercial, cultural and financial center. It also has region's largest international airport.
The national currency is Lats and One (1) Latvian Lats is normally approximately Two (2) USD. The language of the country is Latvian and majority of population has been historically practicing protestant Christianity, except for the Latgalia which has a majority of Roman Catholic followers. The majority ethnic group of the nation is primarily Latvians who count around 62% of the total population, followed by Russians whose number represent around 27% of population. Other small ethnic groups are constituted by Belarusian, Ukrainians, Polish and Lithuanians, etc.
The climate is humid and a temperate that is primarily influenced by oceanic weather. Summers last from month of June to August with temperatures staying on an average of 15 to 16 degrees Celsius and warmest month being August, while winters can be experienced though sometimes harsh in months of December to February with the temperatures ranging around -4.5 centigrade. The coldest month can be January.
The Latvia Temporary Resident Permit (LTRP) is a basically a type of certificate that offers an overseas personnel the right to stay inside the nation in question for a fixed duration. In the form of a visa, this document is pasted onto the passport of the visitor even as it shows the name and surname of the owner, and also the assigned identity number.
The permit offers the visitor the right to spend a longer period of time inside the country. The holder can have unrestricted stay within Latvia during the validity of the Latvia TRP. The TRP holder also have unrestricted movement within any of the Schengen countries and stay inside any of the Scheengen nations for up to 90 days. It also helps one make unrestricted and free border movements between the EU and the non-EU nations.
In other words, the offered Latvia TRP is meant for applicants who are interested in having an immigration status that lets them do a business in Latvia as also offer all travel related benefits in the Schengen Zone. Latvia TRP options are unique in that one even gets the permit by making passive investments in Real Estate or subordinate capital/financial instruments of a Latvia based financial institution.
So one may take Latvia TRP for doing serious business across the whole of the Schengen and the EU Zone, or simply for the purpose of having a visa that will provide him travel convenience, without strict requirements, in terms of physical residency in Latvia. The LTRP application process is smooth with the processing time being just 30 days or even less-from the date the application is duly filled and submitted along with all the completed documentation formalities.
Holder of the LTRP is permitted visa free travel through the Schengen zone countries. They can also live in any Schengen zone country for up to 90 days. The countries which fall in the Schengen Zone are Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Finland, France, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.
Latvian Immigration Department decides about the duration and issuance of the permit. Generally, post approval, the applicant would be given a renewable, multiple entry LTRP for a span of five years. The holder is, however, required to renew the permit after every 12 months period, and up to five years from first approval.
If the applicant wants to renew it, it should be done 10 weeks before the expiry day, while he is still living in the Latvian Republic. The applicant will gain eligibility to apply for the LPRP after five year stay in the Latvian Republic as a Temporary Residence Permit holder. Our Latvian experts and lawyers can manage the extension process with least inconvenience to our clients.
We believe in providing authentic service. Providing guarantee for any permit or visa is not possible for any immigration provider, and we are NO exception. We don't believe in giving false guarantee but can assure of giving an unswerving immigration service, along with an updated knowledge on the Latvian Permit. With an updated knowledge, authentic and well prepared documents and ace advice, along with having best of the Latvian lawyers and consultants as associates, would try their best to reduce any chances of denial.
If somehow the application is rejected, an appeal would be made against the refusal decision and all the necessary steps would be taken. Our lawyers would leave no stone unturned in convincing the Latvian Immigration Department to issue the permit on the basis of your status. If by any chance, the application faced rejection even after making an appeal, the applicant would be given a Refusal letter issued by the Latvian immigration agencies or local Embassy.
It will contain the reasons as to why the applicant has NOT been granted the permit. We would require the letter along with the original refusal letter issued by the Latvian Embassy. The service fee would NOT be refunded back without re-applying and submitting the mandatory documents after the refusal.
There are 3 options available for making an application for Latvia TRP:
The holders of Latvia Temporary Residence Permit (TRP) enjoy several benefits with these being the key ones:
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