LEADELL Newsletter: E-RESIDENCY SCHEMES IN THE BALTIC STATES
Estonia was the first country to introduce and offer the e-residency scheme and it is open to individuals from all countries who work digitally, are location-independent, and want to start and run an EU company. Lithuania and Latvia, following the example set by Estonia, are also launching their own e-programs. Therefore, the year 2021 will come with some significant electronic opportunities for foreigners to receive unique electronic IDs through which they can access national electronic services as any other resident in Lithuania or Latvia. To give better insight into the upcoming (or already operating in Estonia) e-residency reforms, LEADELL law offices have prepared a comparative overview of the most important facets and changes.
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AUTHORS: KATARINA TALUMÄE, KARLIS VITOLS, PAULA PAIDERE, ARTŪRAS LIUTVINAS, KAMILĖ ŽILINSKYTĖ.
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