Trying to figure this one out but no guidance anywhere other than lots of opinions (which I'm actively seeking).
I'm planning a few flights in the coming days - just last month, I completed a checkride for the EASA competency based IR rating. The license has been issued and I can pick it up at the CAA office in person (don't ask) in one of the Baltic states. Thing is, I'm 1,5k km away where my domicile is and don't want to spend tons of cash and time to go get it.
Thus the question, can i legally fly IFR next week since I'm current and I have the rating even though the physical document I have in my hand does not list it? (The CAA website upon login does). Would this 'fly' in case of a ramp check after landing abroad?
Best, private pilot