The new service passport is designed to comply with the EU requirements and the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) recommendations. The passport contains 32 numbered pages plus a polycarbonate personal identification page with data, photo and signature engraved by laser engravers.

Passport contains texts in the Lithuanian, English and French languages.



29 June, 2009 marks the beginning of electronic personalisation of biometric personal data into the Service Passports of the Republic of Lithuania


Service Passport is the Lithuanian travel document, designed for business trips abroad, confirming personal identity, the Lithuanian citizenship, position and is issued to persons who possess a valid Personal Identity Card. It is valid as long as a person is on performance of his/her duties due to which the holder is justified to have such a passport as stipulated by national legislation but its validity must not exceed five years.

Technological features of the Lithuanian Service Passport

Last updated: 21-09-2021