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Text consolidated by Valsts valodas centrs (State Language Centre) with amending regulations of:

26 February 2013 [shall come into force from 1 March 2013];
7 January 2014 [shall come into force from 10 January 2014];
9 August 2016 [shall come into force from 12 August 2016];
8 August 2017 [shall come into force from 11 August 2017];
9 October 2018 [shall come into force from 12 October 2018].

If a whole or part of a paragraph has been amended, the date of the amending regulation appears in square brackets at the end of the paragraph. If a whole paragraph or sub-paragraph has been deleted, the date of the deletion appears in square brackets beside the deleted paragraph or sub-paragraph.


Republic of Latvia

Cabinet
Regulation No. 676

Adopted 30 August 2011

Visa Regulations

Issued pursuant to
Section 3, Paragraph three, Section 12,
Paragraph one, Clause 3, Section 13,
Paragraphs three and four,
and Section 17, Paragraph 2.1
of the Immigration Law

[8 August 2017]

1. General Provisions

1. This Regulation prescribes:

1.1. procedures by which documents for requesting a visa shall be submitted;

1.2. procedures by which a visa shall be issued, registered, extended, annulled, and revoked;

1.3. periods of validity of visas;

1.4. the amount of information to be included in the National Visa Information System (hereinafter - the National Visa System);

1.5. the procedures for using the Visa Information System (hereinafter - the EU Visa System), and the National Visa System;

1.6. border crossing points where a visa may be issued in accordance with the Regulation (EC) No 810/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 July 2009 establishing a Community Code on Visas (hereinafter - the Visa Code);

1.7. a sample form for the decision to refuse to issue a long-stay visa or a decision to annul or revoke a long-stay visa.

[9 August 2016; 8 August 2017]

2. A visa sticker shall be completed in printed form, using the information entered into the National Visa System.

3. A visa sticker shall not be signed. This condition shall not be applied to the cases when a visa sticker is completed manually.

4. [9 August 2016]

2. Issue of a Visa

5. Visas shall be issued by:

5.1. officials of diplomatic and consular missions of the Republic of Latvia abroad (hereinafter - the Mission) - visas of all classes and types, including visas with a notation "Diplomātiskā vīza" [Diplomatic visa] and "Dienesta vīza" [Service visa];

5.2. officials of the Office of Citizenship and Migration Affairs (hereinafter - the Office) - uniform visas of all classes, visas with limited territorial validity, and long-stay visas. Officials of the Office may issue visas with a notation "Diplomātiskā vīza" [Diplomatic visa] or "Dienesta vīza" [Service visa] only upon request of the Consular Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (hereinafter - the Consular Department);

5.3. officials of the Consular Department - uniform visas of all classes, visas with limited territorial validity, and long-stay visas with a notation "Diplomātiskā vīza" [Diplomatic visa] or "Dienesta vīza" [Service visa];

5.4. officials of the State Border Guard at the border crossing points specified in Annex 1 to this Regulation - single uniform visas and visas with limited territorial validity. Officials of the State Border Guard may issue visas with a notation "Diplomātiskā vīza" [Diplomatic visa] or "Dienesta vīza" [Service visa] only upon request of the Consular Department.

6. Officials of the institutions referred to in Paragraph 5 of this Regulation shall take a decision to issue a visa and shall specify the class, type, period of validity of a visa to be issued and the permitted duration of stay in the Republic of Latvia or the territory of the Republic of Latvia and one or several other Schengen Agreement Member States on the basis of the documents submitted, as well as the information acquired in additional assessments and interviews with the visa applicant. If the purpose of entry and stay in the Republic of Latvia of a foreigner is related to employment, the period of validity of his or her visa and the permitted duration of stay in the Republic of Latvia shall not exceed the duration specified in the invitation.

[26 February 2013]

7. If a child of a foreigner does not have his or her own travel document but the data and photo of such a child are included in a travel document of the adult foreigner, an individual visa for each child travelling together with the foreigner shall be issued by affixing it in a travel document of the adult foreigner. Such condition shall be applied if all the abovementioned foreigners enter in the Republic of Latvia or in the territory of the Republic of Latvia and one or several other Schengen Agreement Member States, stay and depart from it or transit trough such a territory together.

8. A visa shall be issued to a foreigner who has not attained 18 years of age and who travels independently or together with another person who is responsible for him or her, if a notarially certified permission of a parent or a guardian for the travel of the child to the Republic of Latvia or the Republic of Latvia and one or several other Schengen Agreement Member States is submitted. A notarial certification is not requested if a parent or a guardian submits the permission to the Mission or the Office in person. The indication shall be included in the permission regarding the person who is responsible for the child during the period of validity of a visa.

9. A foreigner may not submit the documents for the issue of a uniform visa or a visa with limited territorial validity which is valid only together with a work permit in the Republic of Latvia, to those diplomatic or consular missions of the Schengen Agreement Member States with which agreements regarding representation have been entered into.

[7 January 2014]

10. [9 August 2016]

11. If a foreigner because of health status is not able to submit the documents for extension of a visa to the Office in person, the documents shall be submitted by:

11.1. a person authorised by the foreigner, attaching a statement issued by a physician and a notarially certified power of attorney;

11.2. a relative of the foreigner, attaching a statement issued by a physician and presenting documents attesting the kinship.

12. An invitation for the request of a visa is valid only for the foreigner indicated therein to request the visa once only.

13. If several foreigners are indicated in one invitation, they may request a visa individually utilising the same invitation - each of them once and in one Mission only.

14. If a decision is taken to refuse to issue a visa, the documents submitted for the request of a visa shall not be returned and the State fee shall not be reimbursed to the foreigner.

15. The relevant visa issuing authority shall keep the visa application forms and other documents for requesting a visa or their copies for a year and after expiration of this period shall hand them over for storage to the Office. If a visa with limited territorial validity valid in the territory of more than one Member State has been issued in accordance with Article 25, Paragraph 2 of the Visa Code, the documents attesting to the consent of every relevant Member State shall be attached. The Office shall keep the visa application forms and other documents for requesting a visa or their copies for five years from the day of taking the final decision to issue a visa, and then destroy them without being bound by the description of the documents for the relevant year.

[9 August 2016]

16. If a decision has been taken to refuse to issue a visa, the relevant visa issuing authority shall keep the visa application forms and other documents submitted for the request of a visa or copies thereof, as well as a copy of the form specified in Annex VI to the Visa Code or Annex 4 to this Regulation for five years from the day of taking of the final decision and then destroy them without being bound by the description of the documents for the relevant year.

[9 August 2016; 8 August 2017]

2.1. Issue of a Long-stay Visa

17. A foreigner shall submit an application for a long-stay visa not earlier than three months prior to the planned day of entry.

18. When accepting for examination the documents submitted for the request of a long-stay visa, a notation shall be made in a travel document of the visa applicant utilising a stamp. A stamp shall specify the code of the Republic of Latvia (LV), the date when the visa has been requested, the name of a visa issuing authority, as well as the type code (D) of the requested visa. A notation shall not be made in a travel document if a foreigner uses a diplomatic, service, official or special passport for travelling.

19. When requesting a long-stay visa, a foreigner shall submit:

19.1. a valid travel document whose period of validity exceeds the period of validity of the requested visa by at least three months and where there are at least two free pages for affixing visas;

19.2. a visa application form completed in compliance with Annex 2 to this Regulation;

19.3. a photo made during submission of the application or a scanned photo which has been made in conformity with Annex 3 to this Regulation;

19.4. a copy of the document which attests that he or she has an insurance policy specified in Section 12, Paragraph one, Clause 4 of the Immigration Law, if any required;

19.5. documents justifying the necessity to receive a visa in accordance with international legal provisions or national interests of Latvia, or if they are related to force majeure or humanitarian considerations, or essential personal or professional reasons;

19.6. documents justifying the place of stay;

19.7. documents attesting that he or she has the necessary financial means to stay in the Republic of Latvia and to return to the country of residence or depart to another country;

19.8. [26 February 2013];

19.9. documents justifying that the purpose of his or her entry conforms to the case referred to in Sub-paragraph 20.1 or Paragraph 21.2 of this Regulation.

[9 August 2016; 8 August 2017]

20. If a foreigner needs a visa for entry into the Republic of Latvia and the purpose of his or her entry is the submission of documents for requesting a residence permit or receiving a residence permit in the Republic of Latvia, the Mission shall take a decision to issue a long-stay visa in accordance with the requirements of the legal acts and in case of a favourable decision, it shall issue a visa with the following duration of stay:

20.1. 90 days - if the foreigner's purpose of entry is the submission of documents for requesting a residence permit in accordance with the procedures laid down in the laws and regulations;

20.2. 30 days - if the foreigner's purpose of entry is the receipt of a residence permit based on the decision to issue the residence permit taken by the Office.

[9 August 2016]

21. A long-stay visa shall be issued to a foreigner on the basis of a decision taken by the Office to grant a residence permit not earlier than 10 days prior to the day of the beginning of the period of validity of a residence permit, if such is indicated in the decision of the Office.

21.1 If a foreigner wishes to stay in the Republic of Latvia in relation to the performance of seasonal work for a period longer than 90 days, he or she shall be issued a long-stay visa for up to six months.

[9 August 2016]

21.2 If a foreigner wishes to stay in the Republic of Latvia in relation to volunteering as a participant in a volunteering programme financed by the European Commission or an international organisation, he or she shall be issued a long-stay visa for up to one year.

[9 August 2016]

22. [26 February 2013];

23. When applying for a long-stay visa, the following shall not apply to a foreigner:

23.1. the requirement referred to in Sub-paragraphs 19.5, 19.6, and 19.7 of this Regulation, if the foreigner requests a visa in the case referred to in Sub-paragraph 20.2 and Paragraph 24 of this Regulation;

23.2. the requirement referred to in Sub-paragraph 19.5 of this Regulation, if the foreigner requests a visa in the case referred to in Sub-paragraph 20.1 or the case referred to in Paragraphs 21.1 and 21.2 of this Regulation.

[9 August 2016]

24. If the residence permit of a foreigner having a valid residence permit has lapsed while he or she is residing abroad, the Mission shall issue a long-stay visa in accordance with Sub-paragraph 20.2 of this Regulation.

[9 August 2016]

25. A long-stay visa shall be issued to a foreigner who legally resides in the Republic of Latvia if he or she submits the documents referred to in Paragraph 19 of this Regulation to the Office.

26. In the case referred to in Paragraph 25 of this Regulation, a foreigner shall submit the necessary documents no later than three working days prior to the end of the period of validity of the previous visa, except for the case when it is not possible due to force majeure.

27. The visa stickers may be completed manually only when there are invincible technical reasons due to which entries may not be printed on the sticker. No changes may be made in the visa sticker.

28. Analogue entries as completing it in printed form shall be made in the visa sticker which is completed manually. No additional notations may be made.

29. When issuing a long-stay visa, the word "LATVIJA" [LATVIA] shall be written in the heading "Derīga" [Valid for] of a visa sticker.

30. When issuing a long-stay visa, the total number of days permitted for the stay in the Republic of Latvia shall be written in the heading "Uzturēšanās ilgums … dienas" [Duration of stay ... days] of a visa sticker.

[8 August 2017]

31. A visa sticker shall be affixed in a page of the travel document in which there is a notation referred to in Paragraph 18 of this Regulation and approved with a stamp of the visa issuing authority.

31.1 If a decision has been taken to refuse the issue of a long-stay visa, the form referred to in Annex 4 to this Regulation shall be issued to the foreigner.

[8 August 2017]

2.2. Issue of a Visa with a Notation "Diplomātiskā vīza" [Diplomatic Visa] or "Dienesta Vīza" [Service Visa]

32. A visa with a notation "Diplomātiskā vīza" [Diplomatic visa] or "Dienesta vīza" [Service visa] may be a uniform visa of all classes, a visa with limited territorial validity, an airport transit visa and a long-stay visa.

33. A visa with a notation "Diplomātiskā vīza" [Diplomatic visa] shall be issued to:

33.1. a foreigner to whom diplomatic or consular and equivalent to them privileges and immunities have been granted in accordance with the laws and regulations of the Republic of Latvia and international agreements binding on the Republic of Latvia and who arrives on an official task to the Republic of Latvia or transits trough the territory thereof;

33.2. the head of a foreign country, his or her family members, and members of the delegation led by him or her;

33.3. the head of the government of a foreign country, a member of the government of a foreign country, and members of the delegation led by him or her;

33.4. the head of the parliament of a foreign country, a member of the parliament of a foreign country, and members of the delegation led by him or her;

33.5. a diplomatic agent (representative) of a foreign and international organisation who is travelling to a diplomatic post or leaving such a post, and his or her family members who live together with him or her;

33.6. a foreign consular official who is travelling to a consular post or leaving such a post, and family members of the abovementioned person who live together with him or her;

33.7. a diplomat of a foreign country if he or she is travelling on a working visit to the Republic of Latvia;

33.8. an officially invited delegate of a foreign and international organisation and his or her family members who live together with him or her - if the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has accepted the relevant official visit;

33.9. a diplomatic and consular courier of a foreign country;

33.10. other persons in accordance with international agreements binding on the Republic of Latvia.

34. A visa with a notation "Dienesta vīza" [Service visa] shall be issued to:

34.1. administratively technical staff of the delegation referred to in Sub-paragraphs 33.2, 33.3, and 33.4 of this Regulation;

34.2. administratively technical and service staff of a foreign diplomatic and consular mission and of a diplomatic mission of an international organisation, and their family members who live together with them;

34.3. a foreigner who complies with the requirements referred to in Paragraph 33 of this Regulation but who has no right to receive a visa with the notation "Diplomatic visa";

34.4. other persons in accordance with international agreements binding on the Republic of Latvia;

34.5. a foreigner who arrives to the Republic of Latvia in order to perform other tasks of national importance - only in the Consular Department or after prior co-ordination with the Director of the Consular Department;

34.6. foreign accredited journalists and correspondents.

[26 February 2013]

35. In order to request a visa with a notation "Diplomātiskā vīza" [Diplomatic visa] or "Dienesta vīza" [Service visa], a foreigner shall submit a diplomatic passport, a service passport or another travel document, his or her photo and a written request (note) of the department of foreign affairs, competent authority, diplomatic or consular mission of the relevant foreign country or the relevant international organisation or the diplomatic mission thereof in which the following information shall be specified:

35.1. the given name (names), surname, date of birth, and citizenship (nationality) of the person;

35.2. the name of the state or international organisation issuing the travel document, document number, date of issue, and period of validity;

35.3. purpose of entry and intended duration of stay.

3. Extension of a Uniform Visa and a Visa with Limited Territorial Validity

36. In the cases specified in Article 33 of the Visa Code a visa shall be extended by:

36.1. officials of the Office - uniform visas and visas with limited territorial validity. Visas with a notation "Diplomātiskā vīza" [Diplomatic visa] or "Dienesta vīza" [Service visa] shall be extended by officials of the Office only upon request of the Consular Department;

36.2. officials of the Consular Department - visas with a notation "Diplomātiskā vīza" [Diplomatic visa] or "Dienesta vīza" [Service visa].

37. When requesting to extend a uniform visa or a visa with limited territorial validity at the Office, a foreigner shall submit:

37.1. a valid travel document which conforms to the criteria specified in Article 12 of the Visa Code;

37.2. a visa application form completed in conformity with Annex I to the Visa Code;

37.3. a photo made in conformity with the requirements laid down in Article 13 of the Visa Code;

37.4. a copy of the document which attests that he or she has an insurance policy which conforms to the requirements laid down in Article 15 of the Visa Code;

37.5. documents which prove one of the following reasons:

37.5.1. force majeure circumstances or humanitarian reasons which do not allow him or her to leave the territory of the Republic of Latvia prior the end of the period of validity of a visa or duration of stay permitted in a visa;

37.5.2. serious personal reasons which justify the necessity to extend the period of validity of a visa or duration of stay;

37.5.3. seasonal or voluntary work contract extension attested by an invitation approved by the Office;

37.6. documents justifying the place of stay;

37.7. documents attesting that he or she has the necessary financial means to stay in the Republic of Latvia and other Schengen Agreement Member States and to return to the country of residence or depart to another country;

37.8. [26 February 2013].

[9 August 2016]

38. A visa shall be extended, if a foreigner submits the documents referred to in Paragraph 37 of this Regulation and complies with the following criteria:

38.1. he or she is not a person regarding whom an alert has been issued in the Schengen Information System regarding the fact that the possibility to enter and stay in the Schengen Agreement Member States is prohibited for this foreigner;

38.2. he or she is not considered as a threat to the policy, internal security, public health or international relations of any Schengen Agreement Member State and - especially - the competent State institutions specified in Section 1, Clause 5.1 of the Immigration Law have not provided any information which serves as a basis to prohibit a foreigner to enter and stay in the Republic of Latvia.

39. If a foreigner is not able to submit the document referred to in Sub-paragraph 37.1 or 37.7 of this Regulation or he or she fails to comply with any criteria referred to in Paragraph 38 of this Regulation, the Head of the Office or the Director of the Consular Department or their authorised official may take a decision to extend a visa for such foreigner by issuing a new visa which is valid only in the Republic of Latvia in the cases referred to in Sub-paragraph 37.5.1 of this Regulation.

40. When extending a visa, the total permitted duration of stay in the territory of the Schengen Agreement Member States shall not exceed 90 days during a 180-day period. This condition shall not apply to the cases when a decision to issue a visa with limited territorial validity is taken in accordance with Article 25(1)(b) of the Visa Code.

[7 January 2014]

41. [26 February 2013]

42. If a decision is taken to extend a visa, the Office and the Consular Department respectively shall keep the visa application form and other documents submitted for the extension of the visa or copies thereof for five years from the day of the taking of the final decision, and then destroy them without being bound by the description of the documents for the relevant year.

[8 August 2017]

4. Annulment and Revocation of a Visa

43. A visa shall be annulled and revoked by:

43.1. officials of the Missions;

43.2. officials of the Office;

43.3. officials of the Consular Department;

43.4. officials of the State Border Guard at the border crossing points of the Republic of Latvia and in the territory of the State.

44. Officials of the Office and the State Border Guard may annul and revoke visas with a notation "Diplomātiskā vīza" [Diplomatic visa] or "Dienesta vīza" [Service visa] only upon request of the Consular Department.

45. If a long-stay visa is annulled or revoked, a stamp with a notice "ANULĒTA - ANNULLED" or "ATCELTA - REVOKED" shall be affixed to it and the optically variable feature of the visa sticker, the security feature "latentā attēla efekts" [latent image effect] and the word "vīza" [visa] shall be invalidated (for example, by using a sharp object or by being crossed out).

46. If a visa which has been issued in accordance with the Visa Code is annulled or revoked, the relevant Paragraph of the Article of the Visa Code shall be applied, but if a long-stay visa is annulled or revoked - the relevant Clause of Section 16, Paragraph one of the Immigration Law and the form referred to in Annex 4 to this Regulation shall be issued to the foreigner.

[8 August 2017]

46.1 If a visa issued by another visa issuing authority of the Republic of Latvia has been annulled or revoked, the authority which has annulled or revoked the visa shall notify the Office thereof by electronic means within one working day from the day of taking the decision by sending the following information:

46.1 1. the given name (names), surname, date of birth, and citizenship of the visa holder;

46.1 2. the visa sticker number;

46.1 3. the reason for annulment or revocation of the visa.

[26 February 2013]

47. If a visa issued by another Schengen Agreement Member State is annulled or revoked, the authority which has annulled or revoked the visa shall notify the Office thereof by electronic means within one working day from the day of taking the decision. The Office shall inform the competent authority of the Member State which has issued the visa by sending the following information:

47.1. the given name (names), surname, date of birth, and citizenship of the visa holder;

47.2. the type and number of a travel document of the visa holder;

47.3. the visa sticker number, visa type;

47.4. the place and date of issue of the visa;

47.5. the place and date of annulment or revocation of the visa;

47.6. the reason for annulment or revocation of the visa.

48. If the information regarding annulment or revocation of the visa issued by the visa issuing authority of the Republic of Latvia has been received from another Schengen Agreement Member State, the Office shall make the necessary changes in the National Visa System and inform the authority which has issued the visa.

49. If a decision to annul or revoke a visa is taken, the relevant visa issuing authority shall keep substantiation documents or copies thereof, as well as a copy of the form referred to in Annex VI to the Visa Code or Annex 4 to this Regulation for five years from the day of the taking of the final decision and then destroy them without being bound by the description of the documents for the relevant year.

[8 August 2017]

5. Registration of Visas and Amount of Information to be Included in the Information Systems and Procedures for Use of These Systems

50. Visa applications and issued, refused, extended, annulled and revoked visas, as well as visa stickers issued to a particular visa issuing authority shall be registered in the National Visa System.

51. The officials of the Missions, the Office, the Consular Department, the State Border Guard, the Constitution Protection Bureau and the Security Police shall enter and update the information in the National Visa System in compliance with their competence. The referred to officials shall be responsible for the conformity of data and timely input of information into the National Visa System.

52. The information included in the National Visa System regarding uniform visas and visas with limited territorial validity shall be re-sent to the EU Visa System in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 767/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 9 July 2008 concerning the Visa Information System (VIS) and the exchange of data between Member States on short-stay visas (hereinafter - VIS Regulation).

53. The National Visa System shall include the following information:

53.1. regarding a foreigner:

53.1.1. given name (names);

53.1.2. surname;

53.1.3. previous surname (surnames);

53.1.4. nationality and type thereof;

53.1.5. date of birth;

53.1.6. sex;

53.1.7. place of birth;

53.1.8. address of the place of residence;

53.1.9. digital or scanned photograph;

53.2. regarding the travel document of a foreigner:

53.2.1. type;

53.2.2. number;

53.2.3. issuing state or organisation;

53.2.4. date of issue;

53.2.5. period of validity;

53.3. regarding the purpose of entry and stay of a foreigner:

53.3.1. main purpose and other purposes of the entry and stay;

53.3.2. documents submitted and presented substantiating the purpose;

53.4. type of the certification of the amount of the necessary financial means;

53.5. regarding the insurance policy (if a visa has been issued without requesting an insurance policy, substantiation shall be specified in the comment field);

53.6. regarding the intended place of stay of a foreigner;

53.7. regarding the payment of the State fee (amount, currency, rate and substantiation if a visa is issued free of charge or the reduced rate is applied);

53.8. date of acceptance of documents at a visa issuing authority;

53.9. regarding the assessments and consultations performed using the information systems:

53.9.1. in the Schengen Information System - whether an alert has been issued in the Schengen Information System regarding a foreigner in order to prohibit the possibility to enter and stay in the Schengen Agreement Member States;

53.9.2. in the Entry Prohibition Register - whether a foreigner has been included in the list of those foreigners for whom the entry into the Republic of Latvia is prohibited;

53.9.3. whether a visa applicant has been registered in the Sub-system "Wanted Persons" of the Integrated Information System of the Interior Affairs;

53.9.4. in accordance with the procedures laid down in Article 22 of the Visa Code (VISION consultations);

53.9.5. in accordance with the procedures laid down in Section 4, Paragraph eight of the Immigration Law;

53.9.6. in the Invalid Document Register;

53.9.7. in the list of travel documents recognised in the Schengen Agreement Member States;

53.10. regarding the decision taken:

53.10.1. visa issued, number of the assigned sticker;

53.10.2. number of the form for visa affixing (if a form for visa affixing is used for the issue of a visa);

53.10.3. visa extended, reason for extension, number of the extended visa and new visa;

53.10.4. examination of the visa application is refused, the reason for refusal;

53.10.5. visa refused, the reason for refusal;

53.10.6. taking of a decision is suspended, the reason for suspension;

53.10.7. prohibition of entry is determined;

53.10.8. visa revoked, the reason for revoking it;

53.10.9. the remaining period of validity of a long-stay visa is revoked, the reason for revocation;

53.10.10. visa annulled, the reason for annulling it;

53.10.11. date and place of taking the decision;

53.10.12. official who has taken the decision (given name and surname);

53.11. regarding the visa:

53.11.1. visa sticker number;

53.11.2. visa type:

53.11.2.1. A - airport transit visa;

53.11.2.2. C - uniform visa;

53.11.2.3. C (ITD) - visa with limited territorial validity;

53.11.2.4. D - long-stay visa;

53.11.3. class of the visa:

53.11.3.1. single visa;

53.11.3.2. double visa;

53.11.3.3. multiple visa;

53.11.4. period of validity of the visa;

53.11.5. permitted duration of stay;

53.11.6. territorial validity of the visa;

53.11.7. notations made in the 1st row of the comment field on a visa sticker:

53.11.7.1. "R/[the code of the represented Member State in accordance with the specified in Sub-paragraph b) of Sub-paragraph 1.1 of Annex VII to the Visa Code]" - if a visa is issued on behalf of another Schengen Agreement Member State;

53.11.7.2. "Airport transit" - if an airport transit visa has been issued;

53.11.7.3. "transit" - if a uniform visa or a visa with limited territorial validity has been issued for the purpose of transit.

A visa of a seaman travelling in transit shall have a notation "transit/Seaman in transit";

53.11.7.4. "Long-stay visa" - if a long-stay visa has been issued;

53.11.7.5. "For residence permit" - if a long-stay visa has been issued on the basis of the decision taken by the Office on the issue of a residence permit;

53.11.7.6. [9 August 2016];

53.11.7.7. "Diplomatic"or "Official";

53.11.7.8. [9 August 2016];

53.11.8. notations made in the 2nd or 3rd row of the comment field on a visa sticker:

53.11.8.1. "EU/EEA/ch family member" - if a visa is issued to a family member of a European Union citizen;

53.11.8.2. "No insurance required" - if an insurance policy is not requested;

53.11.8.3. "International road carrier" - if a visa has been issued to a foreigner who provides international passenger or freight traffic;

53.11.8.4. "Railroad carrier" - if a visa has been issued to a foreigner who provides international passenger or freight transport by railroad;

53.11.8.5. "business" - if a long-stay visa has been issued to a foreigner who is an individual merchant, a member of the board of directors or the council, a proctor, an administrator, a liquidator or a member of a partnership who has the right to represent the partnership, or a person who has been authorised to represent a merchant (foreign merchant) in activities related to a branch registered in the Commercial Register, or a self-employed person;

53.11.8.6. "THE RIGHT TO WORK WITH A SPECIFIC EMPLOYER" - if a foreigner has been granted the right to work in the Republic of Latvia for a specific employer;

53.11.8.7. "Humanitarian reasons" - if a long-stay visa has been issued on the basis of Section 16, Paragraph four of the Immigration Law;

53.11.8.8. "SEASONAL WORK" - if a foreigner has been issued a visa for the performance of seasonal work;

53.11.8.9. "VOLUNTARY WORK" - if a foreigner has been issued a visa for the performance of voluntary work.

53.11.8.10. "THE RIGHT TO WORK 20H PER WEEK" - if a long-stay visa has been issued to a foreigner in relation to full-time studies at an accredited educational institution of the Republic of Latvia or in relation to a student exchange.

[26 February 2013; 7 January 2014; 9 August 2016; 8 August 2017]

54. [8 August 2017]

55. Additional information shall be included in the National Visa System if:

55.1. a visa is completed manually;

55.2. assessments have been performed in other available information systems (for example, Population Register, sub-system "Persons who have Committed Criminal Offences" of the Integrated Information System of the Interior Affairs, sub-system "Persons who have Committed Administrative Offences" of the Integrated Information System of the Interior Affairs or the Electronic Information System of the State Border Guard).

56. [9 August 2016]

57. The Office shall be the supervisor and holder of the National Visa System.

[9 August 2016]

58. The information included in the National Visa System shall be used by the Missions, the Office, the Consular Department, the State Border Guard, the Security Police, the Military Intelligence and Security Service, and the Constitution Protection Bureau for the performance of their tasks. Other State authorities for the performance of the tasks of which such information is necessary shall enter into agreement with the Office.

[9 August 2016; 9 October 2018]

59. The Office shall ensure the access to the EU Visa System for the Missions, the Office, the Consular Department, the State Border Guard and for the authorities referred to in Paragraph 61 of this Regulation in accordance with the provisions of the VIS Regulation.

60. The access to the EU Visa System to view, enter, amend or delete data shall have the officials authorised by the Heads of the Missions, the Office, the Consular Department, and the State Border Guard.

61. Access to the data contained in the EU Visa System in accordance with the provisions of Article 3 of the VIS Regulation and according to the competence of the authorities shall be granted to authorised officials of the following authorities:

61.1. the Security Police;

61.2. the Corruption Prevention and Combating Bureau;

61.3. the Military Intelligence and Security Service;

61.4. the Military Police of the National Armed Forces;

61.5. the Office of the Prosecutor of the Republic of Latvia;

61.6. the Constitution Protection Bureau;

61.7. the Customs Criminal Investigation Board of the State Revenue Service;

61.8. the State Police;

61.9. the State Border Guard

[26 February 2013; 9 August 2016]

61.1 The central access points in the Republic of Latvia referred to in Article 3, Paragraph 2 of the VIS Regulation shall be the Security Police, the Military Police of the National Armed Forces, the State Police, and the State Border Guard.

[26 February 2013]

61.2 The authorised officials of the authorities referred to in Paragraph 61 of this Regulation shall have access to the data included in the EU Visa System in the following way:

61.2 1. the Security Police, the Military Police of the National Armed Forces, the State Police, and the State Border Guard - by using the central access points;

61.2 2. the Corruption Prevention and Combating Bureau, the Military Intelligence and Security Service, and the Constitution Protection Bureau - with the intermediation of the Security Police;

61.2 3. the Office of the Prosecutor of the Republic of Latvia - with the intermediation of the State Police;

61.2 4. the Customs Criminal Investigation Board of the State Revenue Service - with the intermediation of the State Border Guard.

[26 February 2013; 9 August 2016]

61.3 The authorities referred to in Paragraph 61.1 of this Regulation shall establish, maintain and update the list of officials authorised by the authorities referred to in Paragraph 61 of this Regulation where the given name, surname, position, and contact information of the relevant official are indicated.

[26 February 2013]

62. In cases provided for in Article 24 and Article 25, Paragraph 3 of the VIS Regulation, the data contained in the EU Visa System shall be corrected and deleted by the authority whose official created the relevant application file but in cases specified in Paragraphs 1 and 2 of Article 25 of the VIS Regulation - the Office.

[26 February 2013]

63. Information in the National Visa System shall be kept for five years and after this deadline, the application file and the links created with this file in accordance with Paragraphs 3 and 4 of Article 8 of the VIS Regulation shall be automatically deleted, without being bound by the description of the documents for the relevant year. The five-year storage period shall begin:

63.1. on the day when the period of validity of a visa terminates - if the visa is issued;

63.2. on the day when the new period of validity of a visa terminates - if the visa is extended;

63.3. on the day when a visa application file is created in the information system - if the application has been withdrawn, closed or interrupted;

63.4. on the day when the final decision regarding the visa application is taken - if the visa is refused, annulled or revoked.

[9 August 2016]

64. Information received from other Schengen Member States in accordance with Article 31 of the Visa Code shall be kept in the National Visa System for one year from the date of receipt of the information and then automatically deleted, without being bound by the description of the documents for the relevant year.

[9 August 2016]

64.1 The system records in the National Visa System shall be kept for one year after expiry of the term specified in Paragraph 63 of this Regulation, unless they are necessary for the monitoring procedures already initiated, and then they shall be automatically deleted, without being bound by the description of the documents for the relevant year.

[9 August 2016]

65. [9 August 2016]

6. Closing Provision

66. Cabinet Regulation No. 958 of 12 October 2010, Visa Regulations (Latvijas Vēstnesis, 2010, No. 164), is repealed.

Informative Reference to European Union Directive

[9 August 2016]

This Regulation contains legal norms arising from Directive 2014/36/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 26 February 2014 on the conditions of entry and stay of third-country nationals for the purpose of employment as seasonal workers.

Prime Minister V. Dombrovskis

Acting for the Minister for the Interior,
Minister for Justice A. Štokenbergs

 

Annex 1
Cabinet Regulation No. 676
30 August 2011

State Border Crossing Points of the Republic of Latvia where the State Border Guard may issue Visas

1. Motorway border crossing points:

1.1. Grebņeva;

1.2. Pāternieki;

1.3. Silene;

1.4. Terehova;

1.5. Vientuļi.

2. Airport border crossing points:

2.1. Liepāja;

2.2. Rīga;

2.3. Ventspils.

3. Railway border crossing points:

3.1. Indra;

3.2. Kārsava;

3.3. Zilupe.

4. Port border crossing points:

4.1. Liepāja;

4.2. Mērsrags;

4.3. Pāvilosta;

4.4. Rīga;

4.5. Roja;

4.6. Salacgrīva;

4.7. Skulte;

4.8. Ventspils.

Acting for the Minister for the Interior,
Minister for Justice A. Štokenbergs

 

Annex 2
Cabinet Regulation No. 676
30 August 2011

[8 August 2017]

Long-stay Visa Application Form

1. The text in the long-stay visa application form (hereinafter - the form) concurrently with Latvian may be in English, French, Russian, or German.

2. There is a place for a photograph of the visa applicant and for the number of the issued visa.

3. The name of the form is "Long-stay Visa Application Form of the Republic of Latvia".

4. Content of the form:

* 1. Surname SHALL BE FILLED IN BY THE VISA ISSUING AUTHORITY

Date of submission of application

__________________

Visa application number

__________________

Application is submitted to

embassy/consulate

OCMA division

CD of MFA

Name

__________________

Person who processed the documents

__________________

Supporting documents

travel document

means of subsistence

invitation

means of transport

travel medical insurance

other _________

__________________

* 2. Surname (surnames) at birth (previous)
* 3. Given name (names)
4. Date of birth (day- month- year) 5. Place of birth
6. Country of birth
7. Current citizenship 8. Citizenship at birth, if it differs
9. Gender

Male

Female

10. Marital status

Single Married Separated

Divorced Widow(-er) Other (please, specify)

11. If a visa applicant is a minor -surname, name, address (if it differs from the one of the applicant) and citizenship of a person with parental authority / legal guardian
12. Identification number granted by the state, if any: Decision regarding the visa

issued

refused

issue postponed (additional assessment or co-ordination)

D visa

(visa sticker No._________)

Valid

from __________________

until __________________

Number of entries

1 2 multiple

Number of days of stay

Inspections performed

__________________

__________________

__________________

13. Type of a travel document

Ordinary (citizen's) passport Diplomatic passport Service passport

Official passport Special passport Other (please, specify)

14. Number of a travel document 15. Date of issue 16. Valid until (day- month- year)
17. Issuing authority
18. Home address and e-mail address of the applicant Phone number(-s)
19. Place of residence in the country other than the country of current citizenship
No Yes. Residence permit or an equivalent document, No. _________ valid until (day- month- year)
** 20. Current occupation
** 21. Employer, employer's address and phone number.

For students - name and address of the institution of education.

22. Purpose of the entry

Visit to family or friends

Official visit

Medical treatment

Request or receipt of a residence permit

Commercial activity

Employment

Voluntary work

Seasonal work

Studies

Other (specify)

23. The first planned Member State of entry
24. Number of entries requested

Single entry Two entries Multiple entries

25. Duration of the planned stay (from - until)

Specify the number of days of stay

 
26. Visas of Latvia and other Schengen Agreement Member States issued during the last three years

No Yes. Period of validity (from-until)

27. Previously given fingerprints in order to submit an application for Schengen visa

No Yes. Date, if known

28. Planned date of entry in Latvia 29. Planned date of departure from Latvia
** 30. Name (-s) and surname (-s) of the host in Latvia. If none - name of the hotel(-s) or temporary place (s) of stay

Address and e-mail address of the host(-s)/hotel(-s)/temporary place(-s) of stay

Phone and fax number

** 31. Name and address of the company/organisation of the host

Phone and fax number of company/organisation

Surname, given name, address, phone, fax number, and e-mail address of a contact person of the company/organisation

** 32. Travelling costs and costs of stay of the applicant are covered by
Applicant himself or herself

Means of subsistence:

cash

travellers' cheques

credit card

place of stay is paid

transport is paid

other (please, specify)

__________________

Sponsor (host, company, organisation (please, specify))

.................. the referred to in Paragraphs 30 and 31

.................. Other (specify in details)

Means of subsistence:

cash

place of stay is ensured

all the costs during the stay are paid

other (please, specify)

__________________

33. Personal data of a family member - a citizen of the EU, EEA states or Switzerland  
Surname Given name
Date of birth Citizenship Number of a travel document or an identity card
34. Kinship with a citizen of an EU, EEA state or Switzerland

Spouse Child Grandchild Dependent ascending kin

35. Place and date Signature (a person with parental authority/legal guardian shall sign for a minor)
Notes.

1. The questions marked with an asterisk * shall be completed in accordance with the data of a travel document.

2. The questions marked with two asterisks ** shall not be completed by the family members of citizens of the European Union, European Economic Area states or Swiss Confederation (hereinafter - EU, EEA states or Switzerland) (spouses, children or dependent ascending kin) who use the right of free movement. Family members of citizens of the EU, EEA states or Switzerland shall present the documents which certify such relationship, as well as shall fulfil Paragraphs 33 and 34.


I am aware that the State fee is not reimbursed if a visa is refused

Applicable, if a visa for multiple entries is requested (see Paragraph 24).

I am aware that a suitable travel medical insurance is requested for my first stay and next visits to the territory of Latvia.


I am aware and agree that provision of the data requested in this application form, taking a photograph of me and, if necessary, taking fingerprints, is mandatory for examination of the visa application; all the personal data which apply to me and are specified in the application form, as well as my photograph and fingerprints, will be transferred to the relevant competent authorities of the Republic of Latvia for processing in order to take a decision regarding my visa application.

These data, as well as the data regarding the decision taken on my visa application or decision to annul or revoke the visa issued, will be entered and stored in the information system of the Republic of Latvia - the National Visa Information System (NVIS) - for five years in accordance with Paragraph 63 of the Cabinet Regulation No. 676 of 30 August 2011, Visa Regulations, and will be accessible for the visa issuing authorities and the authorities which are competent to perform visa inspections at the external borders and in the territory of the Republic of Latvia, as well as the immigration and asylum granting authorities to verify whether conditions for legal entry and stay in the Republic of Latvia are observed, to identify persons who fail to comply or do not comply anymore with these conditions, in order to examine asylum applications and to determine whose responsibility is to perform such an examination. The data will be available also for the competent authorities in order to prevent, disclose and investigate terroristic offences and other serious criminal offences. The Office of Citizenship and Migration Affairs shall be the authority responsible for the data processing.

I am aware that I have the right to receive a notification regarding the data applying to me and entered in the NVIS and to ask to correct the data applying to me and entered inaccurately and to delete the data applying to me and processed illegally. Upon my special request, the authority examining my application shall inform me on how I, in accordance with laws and regulations of the Republic of Latvia, can implement my right to check the personal data applying to me and to ask to correct or delete them, as well as regarding possible legal protection means. The Data State Inspectorate (info@dvi.gov.lv) shall listen to the complaint regarding personal data protection.

I attest that all the data provided by me are correct and complete. I am aware that because of provision of false information my visa application will be refused, the issued visa will be annulled or revoked, but I can be punished in accordance with the laws and regulations of the Republic of Latvia.

If a visa is issued, I undertake to leave the territory of the Republic of Latvia prior the end of the period of validity of the visa. I am informed that a visa is only one of preconditions to enter in the territory of the Republic of Latvia. The issue of a visa does not mean that I have the right to compensation if I fail to comply with the relevant provisions of Section 4 of the Immigration Law, Article 6(1) of Regulation (EC) No 2016/399 (Schengen Border Code), and Regulation (EU) No 265/2010, and therefore I receive a refusal of entry. The preconditions for entry will be examined one more time upon the entry.


Given name, surname and date Signature (a person with parental authority/legal guardian shall sign for a minor)

Acting for the Minister for the Interior,
Minister for Justice A. Štokenbergs

 

Annex 3
Cabinet Regulation No. 676
30 August 2011

Requirements for the Photograph and Picture of a Foreigner Therein, when Requesting a Long-stay Visa

In order to ensure a qualitative issue and registration of a long-stay visa, a photograph submitted by a foreigner and his or her appearance therein or a digital picture of a foreigner and his or her appearance at the time of obtaining of the picture shall comply with the following requirements:

1. The appearance of the person in the picture:

1.1. position of the head - front view;

1.2. the eyes shall be open, not covered by hair;

1.3. facial expression - natural, ordinary, neutral;

1.4. look - neutral, directed at the camera;

1.5. both sides of the face shall be illuminated equally and equally clearly visible;

1.6. paintings and decorations of the face and head that make it difficult to recognise the person shall not be permissible;

1.7. there shall be no reflective glare on the face of the person;

1.8. there shall be no shadows on the face;

1.9. if the person wears glasses, then in the picture visible in the visa:

1.9.1. the eyes of the person shall be clearly visible, they shall not be covered with the frames of the glasses;

1.9.2. the frames of the glasses shall not be heavy, thick, they shall not cover a part of the face;

1.9.3. there shall be no reflection in the lenses of the glasses;

1.9.4. the lenses of the glasses shall not be shaded;

1.9.5. the glasses shall not be slipped down on the nose;

1.10. the person shall be without any headgear, except the case if the person daily wears a headgear due to religious reasons and the headgear does not cover the face or a part thereof;

1.11. the person shall be in an everyday, businesslike, proper indoor attire;

1.12. the clothing of the person shall not cover the face or a part thereof.

2. Physical indicators of the picture:

2.1. the background of the picture shall be homogeneous, white or light grey;

2.2. the supposed line through the midpoints of the eyes shall be parallel with the horizontal side of the picture;

2.3. the picture of the person shall be in the centre of the photograph;

2.4. the picture of the face of the person from the chin line until the hair line (also the supposed hair line if the person does not have any hair) shall occupy 70-80 % from the vertical height of the picture;

2.5. other persons or objects shall not be seen;

2.6. no shadows shall be visible on the background.

3. Quality of the picture:

3.1. the picture shall be clear;

3.2. the picture shall have a good resolution (300 pixels per inch (ppi), non-compressed - for scanning and 720 dots per inch (dpi) - for the printout of colour photographs);

3.3. the picture shall be contrasting and bright.

4. Requirements for the photograph:

4.1. smooth, bright or semi-matted photographic paper without a surface raster or relief shall be used;

4.2. the picture is in colour, it shall reflect a natural skin tone and the eyes may not be red;

4.3. the size of the photograph may be from 1 to 3 mm bigger than 35x45 mm;

4.4. the photograph shall be clearly focused, clean, without stains, scratches, crinkles, folding and other damages and without a white corner;

4.5. the person shall be photographed not longer than six months ago;

4.6. the seal of the photographer's studio shall be on the other side of the photograph, in which the date of taking the photograph shall be indicated;

4.7. the seal of the photographer's studio shall not be visible through the photograph;

4.8. the picture shall not be retouched.

Acting for the Minister for the Interior,
Minister for Justice A. Štokenbergs

 

Annex 4
Cabinet Regulation No. 676
30 August 2011

[8 August 2017]

Sample Form for the Decision to Refuse to Issue a Long-stay Visa or a Decision to Annul or Revoke a Long-stay Visa.

1. In addition to the Latvian language, the text in the form may also be in English or Russian.

2. Sample form:

No.__________________

REFUSAL/ANNULMENT/REVOCATION OF A LONG-STAY VISA OF THE REPUBLIC OF LATVIA

Given name (names) Surname

Date of birth Citizenship
  (dd/mm/yyyy)  

(address)
(authority that has taken the decision, unit)
(address)

has

examined your visa application
examined your visa No. issued
    [date and place]

Visa refused

(Immigration Law,
Section 16, Paragraph one

Visa annulled

(Immigration Law,
Section 16, Paragraph two)

Visa revoked

(Immigration Law,
Section 16, Paragraph three)

The grounds for this decision is the following reason(s) of Section 16 of the Immigration Law:

a foreigner has not submitted all the documents necessary for requesting a visa stipulated by the Cabinet or the submitted documents have been obtained unlawfully or have been forged, or have been tampered with, or a foreigner refuses to provide the required explanations related to the request for a visa and planned residence in the Republic of Latvia or another Schengen Agreement Member State (Section 16, Paragraph one, Clause 1)

a foreigner has provided false information (Section 16, Paragraph one, Clause 2)

the actual purpose of entry of a foreigner does not conform to the purpose laid down in the documents (Section 16, Paragraph one, Clause 3)

the information provided by a foreigner does not show evidence of an enduring connection with his or her country of residence and there is a reason to believe that the foreigner presents the risk of illegal immigration (Section 16, Paragraph one, Clause 4)

a foreigner is unable to prove that he or she has the necessary financial resources to reside in the Republic of Latvia or another Schengen Agreement Member State and after that to exit to another country which he or she has the right to enter (Section 16, Paragraph one, Clause 5)

a foreigner is included in the list of those foreigners for whom entry to the Republic of Latvia is prohibited (Section 16, Paragraph one, Clause 6)

an inviter withdraws the invitation or written request in writing (Section 16, Paragraph one, Clause 7)

a foreigner by a judgment of a court has been found guilty of committing such a criminal offence in the Republic of Latvia or outside it for which a sentence is provided for by the laws of the Republic of Latvia - deprivation of liberty for at least one-year time period (Section 16, Paragraph one, Clause 9)

a foreigner is unable to prove that he or she is legally residing in the country in which he or she is present when requesting a visa (Section 16, Paragraph one, Clause 10)

a foreigner or another person using threats or promises has tried to influence an official's decision on issue of a visa (Section 16, Paragraph one, Clause 11)

a foreigner has specified a purpose of entry which is related to activities which may only be performed by a Latvian citizen or a non-citizen of Latvia or for the performance of which in the Republic of Latvia a permit is necessary, but the foreigner has not received such permit (Section 16, Paragraph one, Clause 12)

the period of stay specified in accordance with Section 5, Paragraph two or Section 11, Paragraph three of the Immigration Law has expired (Section 16, Paragraph one, Clause 13)

it has been determined that the inviter has deceased or is unable to carry out that laid down in Section 9.1 of the Immigration Law (Section 16, Paragraph one, Clause 14)

competent State institutions have provided information which constitutes grounds for prohibiting the foreigner from entering and residing in the Republic of Latvia (Section 16, Paragraph one, Clause 15)

it has been determined that the foreigner is prohibited from entering the Schengen territory (Section 16, Paragraph one, Clause 16)

it has been determined that a foreigner, while residing in the Republic of Latvia, has committed an administrative violation during the last five years counting from the day when the documents for requesting a visa were submitted and has not paid the fine imposed within the time period laid down in the laws and regulations (Section 16, Paragraph one, Clause 17)

a foreigner has been removed from the Republic of Latvia during the last five years and he or she or his or her inviter has not covered the expenses related to the execution of a voluntary return decision or removal of a foreigner (Section 16, Paragraph one, Clause 19)

it has been determined that a foreigner during the last year has repeatedly violated regulations regarding entry or residence in the Republic of Latvia or another Schengen Agreement Member State or has used a previously issued visa in a way not corresponding to the declared purpose of entry (Section 16, Paragraph one, Clause 20)

a foreigner is a person who has been registered in the Commercial Register as a member of a partnership having the right to represent the partnership, administrator or liquidator, a member of the board of directors, a member of the council, a proctor, if the equity capital of the relevant capital company has not been paid in accordance with the Commercial Law (Section 16, Paragraph one, Clause 21)

a foreigner is a person who has been registered in the Commercial Register as a member of a partnership having the right to represent the partnership, administrator, liquidator, a member of the board of directors, a member of the council, a proctor or a person authorised to represent a merchant (a foreign merchant) in activities which are related to a branch, or an individual merchant, or a self-employed person and the violations had been made during the previous year which were related to employment of foreigners and payment of taxes (Section 16, Paragraph one, Clause 22)

a foreigner has been employed during the last year, but he did not have the right to employment (Section 16, Paragraph one, Clause 23)

an inviter who invites a foreigner for the purposes of seasonal work has declared insolvency of the undertaking or insolvency proceedings of the undertaking have been initiated, or the undertaking has been liquidated or no economic activity is conducted (Section 16, Paragraph one, Clause 24)

technical errors or inaccuracies have been disclosed when issuing the visa (Section 16, Paragraph two)

a foreigner has been issued another visa (Section 16, Paragraph three)

a foreigner himself or herself has requested the revocation of the visa (Section 16, Paragraph three)

In accordance with Section 17, Paragraph two of the Immigration Law this decision shall enter into effect at the moment of taking thereof.

In accordance with Section 17, Paragraph three of the Immigration Law you have the right to contest this decision within 30 days after the date of notification thereof by submitting a relevant application and other documents in Latvian, English, or Russian

(name of the authority and the official)
(address, telephone number)

In accordance with Section 17, Paragraph five of the Immigration Law the contesting of this decision does not suspend the operation thereof.

Official

 
(given name, surname, position)   (signature)

Place for a seal

Place ___________________________

Date ___________________________


Translation © 2019 Valsts valodas centrs (State Language Centre)

 
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