The threat to Sweden and Swedish interests abroad was already classed as heightened.
In light of the fact that two Swedes have been killed in Brussels following a terrorist act, Swedes abroad are encouraged to exercise increased caution and vigilance, and follow the advice of local authorities.
Swedes abroad are also encouraged to register on the list of Swedish citizens abroad, and download the UD Resklar app and activate push notifications for the country in question.
No, you cannot apply for asylum at a Swedish mission abroad. In order to apply for asylum you need to have entered Sweden.
The best way is to submit an online application, for more information please refer to the Swedish Migration Agency's website: www.migrationsverket.se
In order for the Migration Agency to be able to assess whether you are entitled to move to Sweden, the child living in Sweden must be unmarried and under the age of 18 years, have arrived in Sweden without parents or any other guardian, or have been left by him or herself after arriving in Sweden and have received a residence permit in Sweden as a refugee or a person in need of protection.
For the Migration Agency to issue residence permits for family reunification you need to be able to prove your identity by showing your passport. Only in very special and rare cases can an Alien’s passport be issued by the Swedish Migration Agency.
The Embassy does not grant priority to individual cases, unless requested by the Swedish Migration Agency. When booking an appointment you will be given the first available time slot.
You may need a Schengen visa for entry. A Schengen visa is a permit required by persons wishing to enter and stay for maximum 90 days in the Schnegen area