The ban on entry to Sweden from countries outside the EU/EEA ceased to apply on 1 April 2022. This means that the requirement to present vaccination and test certificates when entering Sweden was removed. More information here.
This also means that the requirement to present vaccination and test certificates when entering Sweden will be removed.
The information below does not apply during the Covid-19 pandemic, please contact the Embassy for further information.
For Singaporean and Malaysian citizens, you are able to travel to Sweden without an entry visa, you may need to present a copy of the decision when you arrive. As soon as possible after arriving in Sweden, you should book an appointment with the Swedish Migration Agency to have your fingerprints and photograph taken.
For those who require a visa to enter Sweden, please book an appointment to have your biometrics taken: email@example.com
An online application with the Swedish Migration Agency has to be submitted with confirmation and a control number before making an appointment for biometrics.
Applications for all residence permits including study permits should be made online.