Passports / National ID-card for adults
Book your appointment online. We release new appointments for the weeks to come, every Friday, between 9am and 12pm. If there is a text on the booking page saying "no appointments available", please check back later.
You can apply for/renew a passport or ID card at the Embassy of Sweden in London, in another Swedish Embassy or at the Police in Sweden. If you apply for a passport in another country you can still collect it from the Embassy in London. If you want to collect your passport at a consulate you need to contact the Embassy.
It is often a faster och cheaper process to apply for a passport in Sweden, more info about this on the Swedish Police's webbsite.
Proving your Swedish citizenship
You are obliged to prove your Swedish citizenship every time you apply for or renew your passport. For more information about Swedish citizenship please check the Swedish Migration Agency.
Download and complete the application form "Verification of Swedish Citizenship" before arriving at the Embassy. The Swedish Police's form is not used at the Embassy in London.
Apply for/renew your passport in the UK
If your application is for a child under 18 years, please follow this link.
If your application is for a child's first passport, please follow this link.
Applicants over 18 years of age who has previously had a Swedish passport are required to:
- Click here to book your appointment
- Complete the application form, "Verification of Swedish Citizenship", click to download. Please note that you will need a Swedish ID number to be able to apply for a Swedish passport/National ID-card
- Check with Skatteverket that your personal information is correct. Passport and ID-card will be issued in the name that is registred in the population register.
- A Letter of non-acquisition of British Citizenship – if you moved to the UK before 1998 (you will only have to require this letter once from Home Office. Bring it to the Embassy every time you apply for a passport. The Embassy will take a copy of it and won't keep your document.)
An alternative to non-acquisition of British Citizenship is the presentation of a screenshot (via mobile/tablet/computer) to the passport officer at the Embassy, which shows that you have acquired pre-settled or settled status via the EU Settlement Scheme. A printed copy of the screenshot must be brought to the Embassy by the passport customer.
- If you have another citizenship we need to see proof of that. The passport authority might want to see proof that you haven't become citizen in a country where you have been living
- A birth certificate containing the names of both parents – if you have never lived in Sweden
- Bring your passport. If no longer valid you need to also bring a valid photo ID Read more about valid photo ID on Polisen.se
- If the passport has been lost/stolen we need a police report. The lost/stolen passport will be invalidated by the Embassy
- The fee is £137. If you apply for your passport in Sweden and want to pick it up at the Embassy or at a Consulate you pay £17 when you collect your passport. A fee of £8 for postage is added if you want to collect from a Swedish Consulate
- The passport photo is taken at the Embassy, you do not need to bring a photo
- All documents must be in original
Processing and collection
- Normally two weeks. You will be contacted via email when the passport is ready for collection
- Bring the receipt, your previous passport, and if no longer valid you need to also bring a valid photo ID
- No need to book an appointment for passport collection. Please note that you need to come during Passport Collection hours