Please read the information below. If you still have questions, you can contact Migration Department by phone: +7 (495) 937-92-01 (Monday, Wednesday, Friday 2 pm - 3 pm) or by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can find information and requirements of all categories of residence permits for students on the website of the Migration Agency and choose the most suitable in your case. Studies for a period shorter than three months do not require a permit, but you will need a visa.
You can also find information and requirements of visitor’s permit.
We recommend you to apply on-line on the Migration Agency website. Applications made on-line usually have a shorter processing period.
You should contact the Migration Agency’s technical support.
Please, see this information on the Migration Agency website.
No, you cannot. A bank account should be opened in the applicant’s name.
In English. You can also provide a translation of your bank statement into English or Swedish.
Yes, you should. Any new residence permit application requires new biometrics.
No, you don’t.
It is possible. However, until the decision is taken, the Embassy of Sweden in Moscow has limited access to your case. You will receive all information about delivery only after a decision is taken.
You can apply for a D-visa. To be granted a D-visa special circumstances are required, for instance you risk losing your admission for studies. If you are granted, you can enter Sweden and start your studies. You will need to leave biometrics at the nearest office of the Migration Agency to get a residence permit card in Sweden.
The Embassy of Sweden in Moscow can send your card only to one of the offices of the Migration Agency.
Please note that it is not possible to track your card after it has been sent from the Embassy. You will need to contact the chosen office of the Migration Agency to ask if they have received your card. Also, please note that it takes about 3-4 weeks and it is impossible to speed up the process.