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No,since she will become your wife,you can go to us embassy,and vouch for her to quicker get citizenship.

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You must live in Lithuania for a long period of time. ~10-15 yr. Btw, you must be married to any lithuanian citizen and must decline of being other country's citizen.


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I think it doesn't matter were is he/she from.Must be the same rules as for people from other countries!good luck;)


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