Current refugee crisis has pictured the newly arrived in many ways, most of which are rather negative. This is especially seen in Lithuania, where media, government and ordinary people are expressing concerns about refugees taking up ‘scarce’ resources and posing perceived risks to security. In fact, statistics show that 46% of people in Lithuania completely disagree with refugee relocation programme in Lithuania (Civitas, 2016). At the same time, Lithuania does not have the necessary experience to integrate refugees, since the country never had a large number of immigrants before. This leads to more than 90% of relocated refugees leaving the country after 3-6 months of their stay here (Lithuanian CARITAS, 2017).