The lattice-valued intuitionistic fuzzy set was introduced by Gerstenkorn and Tepavcevi as a generalization of both the fuzzy set and the L-fuzzy set by incorporating membership functions, nonmembership functions from a nonempty set X to any lattice L, and lattice homomorphism from L to the interval 0,1. In this article, lattice-valued intuitionistic fuzzy subgroup type-3 (LIFSG-3) is introduced. Lattice-valued intuitionistic fuzzy type-3 normal subgroups, cosets, and quotient groups are defined, and their group theocratic properties are compared with the concepts in classical group theory. LIFSG-3 homomorphism is established and examined in relation to group homomorphism. The research findings are supported by provided examples in each section.