To mitigate the effects of the spread of COVID-19 and reduce the outbreak, a temporary ban on entry to the EU via Sweden is in force.
Make sure to check the validity of your passport and make an appointment to renew your passport if needed. You may renew your passport at a Swedish embassy abroad or with the Swedish Police.
You can find information about migration issues on the website of the Swedish Migration Agency. You are welcome to contact any Swedish Embassy as well eg the Embassy of Sweden in Paris.
Detailed information on importing live animals to Sweden can be found at the Swedish Board of Agriculture website.
Do you need to renew your passport or ID card? The Consulate General does not issue regular passports. More information can be found here (in Swedish).
To apply for a passport for a child born abroad, your child must have a coordination number. Please find more information about applications for a coordination number here (in Swedish).
Here you can find more information about Swedish citizenship for adults and children (in Swedish).
You will find more information here (in Swedish).
Go North. Go sustainable Part 2. More on the wooden city of Skellefteå. Have a great Friday. #FitFor55. https://t.co/Wl3sGoMH1R
Go North. Go sustainable. Part 1. One of the tallest wood buildings being built in northern SWE city of Skellefteå (pronounced ...
Plan your holiday on Sweden's official website for tourism and travel information.
Studyinsweden.se is the official resource on higher education in Sweden for international students.
Guidance for international students outside EU/EES due to the ongoing situation with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Here you can get comprehensive information on how to do business with Sweden.
If you suspect that a crime or irregularities have occurred in connection with Swedish Foreign Service activities, please report to MFA Head of Compliance.