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Rajks replied to the thread Setting Up Business In Lithuania on the Lithuania forum:
reeshu initially posted:
Friends, I am interested in migrating to Lithuania. I need to know about business opportunities there in Lithuania. Can anybody help me in this matter please?
Rajks replied on September 15, 2014 with:
I am interested to set up business & also buy some property . Can you please send details about the same urgently. Raj
nigeldeo replied on October 05, 2012 with:
I am nigel from uk living in lithuania with my wife who is lithuanian. What business interests do you have? I am a business and property consultant in lithuania
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LPitcher posted Lithuanian speaking U.S. citizen looking for Expat assignment in LT on the Lithuania forum on September 03, 2014:
Can anyone provide a short list of companies assigning expats to Lithuania? I am a U.S. citizen fluent in Lithuanian with an international MBA and would love to work in Lithuania.
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LPitcher posted Lithuanian speaking U.S. citizen looking for Expat assignment in LT on the Lithuania forum on September 03, 2014:
Can anyone provide a short list of companies assigning expats to Lithuania? I am a U.S. citizen fluent in Lithuanian with an international MBA and would love to work in Lithuania.
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I am considering moving to Lithuania and am a violinmaker and musician (fiddler). I have also been furniture maker in the past. What is the cultural - arts environment in either Kovno or Vilnius areas. Is it a culture where handcrafted work is appreciated and purchased. Is live music in bars / restaurants / or other venues part of the everyday culture?
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rvt posted American spouse and kids on the Lithuania forum:
Hi, I am Lithuanian who has lived in US for 20 years. Planning to move here next year. I have Lithuanian and American citizenship and so do my kids. My spouse is American. What is the procedure of immigration in my case? Do I just register in Vilnius? How difficult it is to apply for residence permit for my spouse? I would appreciate the information from people who have gone through this.
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Perseval replied to the thread English to Lithuanian translation on the Lithuania forum:
Shmevus initially posted:
I would like to honor my grandfather with a tattoo in Lithuanian but do not trust google translate. Would anyone be willing to translate a single sentence for me?
Perseval replied most recently with:
Hi, I can help you to translate. Lithuanian is my native language.
Shmevus replied most recently with:
I'm an American. I just wanted some help and I believe I've got it. Didn't mean to cause controversy. Thanks to all
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Arminas replied to the thread settling in lithuania on the Lithuania forum:
izhar initially posted:
hi buddies, i m planning to move to Lithuania for business settle like shop keeping or import/export. i am also plan to settle permanently there. i am quite new and no friend there. please well inform me.,which city i should i settle myself for business. thanks and regards
Arminas replied most recently with:
hi, I think Vilnius is the most suitable for starting a business since its the largest city in the country and there are more people from abroad compared to other cities.
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parabha3 posted Master in Public Health on the Lithuania forum:
Hello guys, Im a dentist from India and planning to take Master in Public Health in Lithuania this year. Jus wanted to know how much is monthly expense thr? N overall how is life thr?
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Dospraline replied to the thread Message from cousin - Lithuanian to English translation on the Lithuania forum:
Dospraline initially posted:
One of my cousins from Lithuania recently sent me a message on Facebook, but I barely know any Lithuanian. I can tell she's asking something about our Aunt Verute, but that's about it. I tried translating it myself, but I'm not too familiar with conjugations. Could someone please help me with this? Thanks! Here's the message: labas puseseriuke gal kada svajoji ilietuva atvykti noreciau paklausti kaip teta verute gyvena visai su ja neina susisiekti kaip ji laikosi
Dospraline replied most recently with:
Thank you so much! I truly appreciate it.
nerka replied most recently with:
Hi dear cousin, Perhaps you wish to come to Lithuanian some time in the future? I'd like to ask how aunt Verute is doing, I can't get in touch with her. How is she?
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When moving into a different country it might be hard deciding where to live exactly. The names of the streets sound like magic words; you have no idea how far you’d have to go to the center, whether the price you’re offered is reasonable and how much you should pay for water and energy. These are common troubles for every traveler who comes into the country alone. I should know, I lived in a few countries alone myself and I know what a pain looking for rent can be.After I came back to Lithuania, I’ve found a website, specified to answer exactly these questions that I desperately needed. Right now it’s specified for Lithuania, so if you are coming to Vilnius, Kaunas or other bigger town, you can easily check all of these things in their website www.kurgyvenu.lt (also, in English and Russian). The website is user friendly; you can get information about a certain house or even compare two of them. The given information shows information about the building, air and noise pollution, distance to the center, average market price, etc. If you want to get information about a specific house, then they also show how much will you have to pay for heating, water, - usual maintenance costs. The website also has rent or sale ads, so you can just check out the possible living place there. And if you have any questions, you can always ask the staff.
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