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Updating of elektroninis.lt signature certificates

If you have e-signature certificates in a cryptographic USB token or smart card that have expired or are close to expiration, you can have them updated at any branch or unit of the Centre of Registers. Be sure to bring your personal identification document (a passport or an ID card) and your e-signature USB token or smart card with you.

Find the price for updating of e-signature certificates here.

If a natural person wishes that an invoice for the issuing / updating of an electronic signature certificate is issued and submitted to a legal entity, he/she must, along with other documents required for the issuing / updating of the certificate, submit a free-form written consent of the legal entity to pay for the above-mentioned services, indicating the name and registration number of the legal person, and the first and last name and personal code of the specific natural person (employee).
 
After expiration of your e-signature in a mobile phone, please contact your mobile operator.
 
NOTE: Citizens of the EU Member States and of the Schengen countries which are not in the EU should apply for the updating of their certificates in accordance with the same procedure as for their issuance. Please click this link for more information.

Find out where and how you can buy an electronic signature

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Ordering electronic signatures for citizens of the European Union (EU) and the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) member states

We issue electronic signatures in cryptographic USB tokens to citizens of the European Union and the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) (i.e. Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland) member states who have residence permits in the Republic of Lithuania – documents in the card format of the new type, which are issued from 1 March 2019 for the confirmation of the right of temporal or permanent residence in the Republic of Lithuania and replace A4 format paper certificates for the confirmation of the right of the citizen of the Member State of the European Union of temporal or permanent residence in the Republic of Lithuania.

Electronic signatures are issued at the customer service units of the Centre of Registers.
  
The procedure for issuing / updating electronic signature certificates:
  1. Fill out this form and send it (in Excel format) by e-mail to info@elektroninis.lt. If you want to get your certificates updated, please specify in your e-mail that you are ordering the updating of the certificates.
  2. Upon receipt of your order, by the end of the next working day you will receive an invoice for advance payment.
  3. Certificates will be produced upon receipt of your notification about the payment having been made. You will be able to check the status of your order online.
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How much does elektroninis.lt cost?

 

  Elektroninis.lt in a cryptographic USB token
 

Service Price in EUR (incl. VAT)
Purchase of elektroninis.lt e-signature certificates in an Gemalto IDPrime cryptographic USB token *
The USB token comes with a 12-month warranty.
34,49
Updating of elektroninis.lt e-signature certificates. 15,79
Unlocking of an e-signature device (USB token or  smart card) and printing of an envelope with a password. 3,81

* Elektroninis.lt signature certificates are valid for 2 years. 
 

  Electronic seal in a cryptographic USB token
 

Service Price in euros, including VAT
Qualified electronic seal for 2 years.
The price is applicable for qualified electronic seal certificates recorded into a qualified seal creation device issued by the Centre of Registers.
142,05
Qualified seal creation device – QsealCD (cryptographic USB token)
12 months warranty for the qualified seal creation device.
18,70
Total price of a qualified electronic seal and a qualified seal creation device for 2 years. 160,75

 

  Mobile elektroninis.lt e-signature

 

Please be informed that the Centre of Registers does not issue SIM cards with mobile electronic signatures. If you wish to buy a mobile electronic signature, please contact or visit a customer service outlet of any mobile communication operator. 

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What do you need to have with you?

If you are planning to buy an elektroninis.lt e-signature at one of the branches or units of the Centre of Registers, please be sure to bring your personal identification document with you: If a natural person wishes that an invoice for the issuing / updating of an electronic signature certificate is issued and submitted to a legal entity, he/she must, along with other documents required for the issuing / updating of the certificate, submit a free-form written consent of the legal entity to pay for the above-mentioned services, indicating the name and registration number of the legal person, and the first and last name and personal code of the specific natural person (employee).

Please be informed that the Centre of Registers does not issue SIM cards with mobile electronic signatures. If you wish to buy a mobile elektroninis.lt signature, please contact or visit a customer service outlet of any mobile communication operator. 

If you wish to buy an elektroninis.lt e-signature in a mobile phone, please be sure to bring your mobile phone along with your personal identification document. Your SIM card will be replaced by a new one with the elektroninis.lt e-signature recorded in it. At the time of such replacement, the mobile service you are using must be active, not blocked or otherwise restricted due to various reasons. We recommend that, before having your current SIM card replaced, you should make a backup copy of the data stored on your SIM card (for example, your address book).
 
NOTE: Citizens of the EU Member States or of the Schengen countries can find more detailed information about the issuance of certificates by clicking here.
 
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Updating of elektroninis.lt signature certificates

If you have e-signature certificates in a cryptographic USB token or smart card that have expired or are close to expiration, you can have them updated at any branch or unit of the Centre of Registers. Be sure to bring your personal identification document (a passport or an ID card) and your e-signature USB token or smart card with you.

Find the price for updating of e-signature certificates here.

If a natural person wishes that an invoice for the issuing / updating of an electronic signature certificate is issued and submitted to a legal entity, he/she must, along with other documents required for the issuing / updating of the certificate, submit a free-form written consent of the legal entity to pay for the above-mentioned services, indicating the name and registration number of the legal person, and the first and last name and personal code of the specific natural person (employee).
 
After expiration of your e-signature in a mobile phone, please contact your mobile operator.
 
NOTE: Citizens of the EU Member States and of the Schengen countries which are not in the EU should apply for the updating of their certificates in accordance with the same procedure as for their issuance. Please click this link for more information.

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What is the processing time for issuing elektroninis.lt?

    Elektroninis.lt is recorded into either an USB token or a smart card within 7 working days. You will receive more information on the exact time of its production from a representative of your selected customer service decision of the Centre of Registers at the time of placing your order.
 
 A mobile SIM card with elektroninis.lt is issued immediately, and the electronic signature service is activated within 24 hours.
 
Please be informed that the Centre of Registers does not issue SIM cards with mobile electronic signatures. If you wish to buy a mobile electronic signature, please contact or visit a customer service outlet of any mobile communication operator. 
 
 
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