The Embassy only legalises the following documents:
* Documents with signatures by UD Legalisation, Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs.
* Personal certificates stamped by the Swedish tax office and signatures by UD Legalisation, Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs.
The requirement of Ethiopian authorities is that all Swedish documents must first be legalized by UD Legalisation at the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs in Stockholm and thereafter by the Ethiopian Embassy in Stockholm or the Embassy of Sweden in Addis Abeba.
Please note that if you need to legalise a population registration certificate “personbevis” issued from the Tax Agency “Skatteverket”, you need first to legalise it by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs:
103 39 STOCKHOLM
Tel: +46 (0) 8-405 51 00
More information from UD Legalisation, regarding opening hours, fees, etc. can be found here.
Ministry for Foreign Affairs legalisations - Government.se
For further questions about Ethiopian rules and regulations regarding legalisations, please contact the Ethiopian Embassy in Stockholm or Ethiopian authorities directly.
Please note that Ethiopian authorities do not accept translations or certifications of Swedish driving licenses by the Embassy of Sweden in Addis Abeba.
A fee will be charged for legalisation at the Embassy of Sweden.
The processing time for legalisations is one working day.
Tuesdays and Thursdays at 08.30-09.30 (submission) and 15.00-16.00 (only to collect).