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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).

Contact information

Address of the office:
Brivibas 40-15, LV-1050, Riga, Latvia ip@inlatplus.lv
(+371) 67505970
(+371) 26403577
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Customs Law

With assistance of the Law office INLAT PLUS the clients are offered to receive legal services in the field of customs law. In this regard, following services are offered to the clients:
  • return of goods detained by customs authorities in administrative violation matters to the owners;
  • reduction of sanctions or full relief from sanctions imposed on the carriers in administrative violation matters;
  • return of vehicles and goods removed by customs authorities as real evidence in criminal cases;
  • valuation of the goods removed by customs authorities from carriers;
  • loss recovery from the customs authorities;
  • disputing customs authorities’ decisions regarding subjecting organizations to administrative and criminal prosecution;
  • appealing decisions and actions (failure to act) of customs authorities to a court.