Unfortunately, due to its very limited size, the Embassy of Sweden in Yerevan does not issue any visas. Residents of Armenia can apply for a Schengen visa to Sweden through the Embassy of Germany in Yerevan.
The Embassy of Sweden in Yerevan does not receive or process any applications for residence/work permit. Therefor, it is not possible to leave biometric data at the Swedish Embassy in Yerevan.
Armenian citizens can apply for residence permit at the Embassy of Sweden in Moscow.
All claims that refer to asylum and protection are processed by the Swedish Migration Agency. Thus, it is not possible to apply for asylum at any Swedish Mission Abroad and such application should be submitted directly to the Migration Agency in Sweden or to the Swedish Border Police when entering the country. Furthermore, it is not possible for the Migration Agency to grant asylum to an individual who is not present in Sweden.
Those who are not able to apply for asylum from within Sweden are generally advised to contact the UNHCR or the relevant authorities in their country of residence.
There is more information about protection/asylum in Sweden at the website of the Swedish Migration Agency.
Armenian citizens can apply for residence permit at the Embassy of Sweden in Moscow. The Embassy of Sweden in Yerevan does not receive or process any applications for residence permit.
No, the Embassy does not legalize documents or issue apostilles. All necessary documents need to be translated and apostilled by Notaries Public in Sweden before the trip to Armenia. Information about legalizations, apostille, and notary public can be foud at the Ministry for Foreign Affairs legalisations page.
Today, Minister for Foreign Affairs Tobias Billström presented the Government’s 2024 Statement of Foreign Policy in the Riksdag. The Government’s most important foreign policy priorities are support to Ukraine, Sweden’s NATO membership and deepened cooperation in the neighbourhood.NEWS