The European Union, its Member States and Europeans across the continent are mobilised in support of people fleeing the war in Ukraine. We are working on all fronts to support Ukraine with assistance, humanitarian aid and civil protection. This specific initiative wants to support researchers of Ukraine by providing them with an overview of all existing actions at European and national levels.
In order to provide the research community with useful and up-to-date information, this section will be updated regularly based on the evolution of the situation and the needs to address.
Find useful information in Lithuania
Register and ask questions at the Employment Service https://uzt.lt/ua/
You can start working:
- if you have a biometric passport, you can start working immediately. You do not need a work permit;
- if you do not have a biometric passport, you will be able to start working after registering with the Migration Department (department or registration center). You do not need a work permit.
Documents for education assessment and academic recognition are to be submitted to the Centre for Quality Assessment in Higher Education (CQAHE). Information about necessary documents.
Documents for Recognition of doctoral degrees in science (art) acquired abroad are to be submitted to the ResearchCouncil of Lithuania). Information about necessary documents.
MIGRATION HOTLINE +370 5 271 7112 (from 7.30 to 21.00 every day)
Member States and Associated countries
The Commission and EU Member States work together at all levels to channel humanitarian and civil protection support to Ukraine and neighbouring countries. Below you can find an overview of the most useful information per country: