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Amendments to the Law on Immigration of Latvia
On January 1, 2018, the amendments to the Law on Immigration came into effect, which provide the elimination of exceptions for certain categories of foreigners who did not have to pay a state fee for the first time by repeatedly requesting a temporary residence permit.
New changes in the Immigration Law of Latvia
On March 2, 2017 the new amendments to the Immigration Law of Latvia (hereinafter referred to as  - the Law) came into effect, according to which several new grounds for obtaining a temporary residence permit in Latvia (hereinafter referred to  as –TRP), as well as the conditions for obtaining a TRP on the basis of registration of a representative of a foreign merchant.
Член Торгово-промышленной палаты Латвии Latvijas Tirdzniecības un Rūpniecības Kameras biedrs Member of the Latvian Chamber of Commerce and Industry

About Us

Since its foundation in 1996 the law office “INLAT PLUS” has been one of the most active and leading companies providing legal service in Latvia. The variety of the qualified legal services provided by the company will meet the most demanding requirements of its clients (legal and physical persons).

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Address of the office:
E-mail:
Brivibas 40-15, LV-1050, Riga, Latvia ip@inlatplus.lv
Phone:
Fax:
(+371) 67505970
(+371) 26403577
(+371) 67505978

Doing business between Latvia and UK – Conference

29.06.2011
On 25th of May 2011 law office INLAT PLUS took part in the conference organized by Latvian-British Chamber of Commerce.
The conference was attended by the British visiting delegations whose members spoke on taxation issues, business formation possibilities in Great Britain and support for business provided by the government. Latvian entrepreneurs also took part in the event along with HM Ambassador of Great Britain Andrew Soper, Head of International Trade and Investment Division Ms Inese Birgele and State Secretary of Ministry of Economics Mr Juris Puce.
 
Pictures taken from the website of British Embassy in Riga: http://ukinlatvia.fco.gov.uk/en/news/?view=News&id=601079882