As of July 1, 2001, a Swedish citizen who acquires citizenship in another country will be allowed to keep the Swedish citizenship, if the other country permits it. By the same token, if you become a Swedish citizen you can keep your foreign citizenship if the laws of that country permit it. In Uganda it is allowed to have dual citizenship only when you are over 18 years old.
Those who lost their Swedish citizenship as a result of acquiring citizenship in another country before July 1, 2001, were able to regain their Swedish citizenship through notification before July 1, 2003.
On April 1, 2015, the law was further amended and now anyone who lost his/her Swedish citizenship due to applying for another country's citizenship may submit a request to become a Swedish citizen again.
It is advisable for persons with dual citizenship to bring both passports when travelling between the two countries.
You can read more about Swedish or dual citizenship at the web page of The Swedish Migration agency..
There are requirements for becoming a Swedish citizen by application.
To become a Swedish citizen you must:
•be able to prove your identity
•have reached the age of 18
•have a permanent residence permit, a right of residence or residence card in Sweden
•have fulfilled the requirements for period of residence (lived in Sweden for a specified period) •have conducted yourself well in Sweden.
Read more on this web site: https://www.migrationsverket.se/English/Private-individuals/Becoming-a-Swedish-citizen.html
Yes, but only online.
The Swedish Institute offers a free Swedish language course online, please consult their website http://learningswedish.se/courses/1
Yes, you can apply for university studies in Sweden.
You can read more about how to apply here: https://www.universityadmissions.se/intl/start
For more information regarding studies in Sweden in general and scholarship opportunities, please consult https://studyinsweden.se/scholarships
For information on scholarships granted by the Swedish Institute read more here: https://eng.si.se/areas-of-operation/scholarships-and-grants/
Unfortunately the Embassy does not have any funds for scholarships.
Yes, you can apply for a residence permit at the Embassy.
Information about residence permits based on family ties, how to apply etc. is available on the Embassy's website
No, in that case it is a fraudulent work permit.
If you have paid a "fee" to someone outside the Embassy in order to get a Swedish work permit you need to file a report with the Police.
No, an application for asylum shall not be submitted at a Swedish mission abroad.
An application of asylum can be submitted at one of the Migration Agency application units within Sweden, or with the border police when entering Sweden.
Those who are not able to come to Sweden for protection are advised to contact the UNHCR or the authorities in the country of residence. UNHCR has the responsibility to register, conduct refugee status determination and determine if an individual or family should be resettled in some other part of the world. There is more information about protection/asylum in Sweden at the website of the Swedish Migration Agency: https://www.migrationsverket.se/English/Private-individuals/Protection-and-asylum-in-Sweden/Applying-for-asylum.html
You first need to have an invitation from a Swedish Company.
Then you need to apply for a work permit.
Information about Swedish work permit requirements, how to apply etc. is available on the Embassy’s website
Yes, if you are Ugandan you need a visa for a visit for maximum 90 days.
More information about how to apply for a visa to Sweden is provided here