On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of 189 UN Member States adopting the Beijing Platform for Action, an action plan for achieving the goals of the UN Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women, Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven delivered a digital address to the UN General Assembly on 1 October on the theme of gender equality in the light of the COVID-19 pandemic.NEWS
For information on valid travel documents, please visit the website of the Swedish Police.
You can also contact the Swedish Border Police by telephone at 114 14 (from Sweden) or +46 771 141400 (from other countries).
The Embassy does not issue ordinary passports or ID cards. To apply for these, please contact the Swedish Police by telephone +46 77 114 14 00 or visit their website.
New passports and national ID cards can be picked up at the Embassy or the Swedish Consulates in Denmark. Passports can be picked up at the Embassy for a fee of 115 DKK. If you wish your passport to be sent to a Swedish Consulate, there will be an additional fee for certified mail.
The Embassy of Sweden in Copenhagen does not handle any visa or residence/work permit matters. You are welcome to contact the Swedish Migration Agency or the Embassy of Sweden in Berlin, Madrid, Athens, Paris or Rome instead.
The Swedish Migration Agency website also provides information about what is required to obtain a visa or a residence or work permit, as well as the possibility of completing an online application for the majority of matters.
No. The Embassy of Sweden in Copenhagen does not handle any visa or residence/work permit matters. You are welcome to contact the Embassy of Sweden in Berlin, Madrid, Athens, Paris or Rome instead.
For information regarding this issue, see the Swedish language version of the Embassy's website or contact the Embassy.