Public Affairs Council
Members of the Council support the idea of forming a team to start an informative, engaging campaign “Mūsų metas #DABAR” to foster a sense of national identity and patriotism in Lithuanians living in the US (and around the world) and to encourage civic participation in national decision-making. More about the project – here.
- Krista Bard, Chair
Congressional Baltic Caucus
The Baltic Caucus comprises members of the U.S. Senate and of the U.S. House of Representatives who share an interest in the Baltic States of Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia. View the list of Baltic Caucus members ».
Individuals who wish to acquire Lithuanian citizenship or to reinstate it will have to give up American citizenship, except in very exceptional instances. This decision was handed down by Lithuania’s Constitutional Court on November 13, 2006.
Up until that time, individuals who had been citizens of independent Lithuania prior to June 15, 1940, and their children and grandchildren, could reinstate or acquire their Lithuanian citizenship while retaining their American citizenship.
Those who have reinstated/acquired their Lithuanian citizenship prior to November 13, 2006 may retain both citizenships.