The Embassy of Sweden in Bosnia and Herzegovina strongly condemns the recent hate crimes against members of the LGBTIQ community after the announcement of the first ever Pride March taking place in Sarajevo in September 2019. The most recent incident was on Friday April 26 when a lesbian couple, including a Swedish citizen, was attacked in the central part of Sarajevo. We call on the authorities to investigate and prosecute the perpetrators.News
All travellers entering or leaving the EU with € 10 000 or more in cash must declare the sum to Customs in order to comply with European Regulation (EC) No 1889/2005. Read more at the Custom's homepage (Tullverket).
It is easy to transfer money, please check Western Union's homepage.
You can check the status by logging on to the Migration Agency’s webpage
Here you can see if the Migration Agency has received your application, or if a decision has been made. You can also check your personal data and contact details, as well as seeing what documents you have sent in.
Yes, but the child must carry a power of attorney signed by both parents, witnessed by notarius publicus. The same applies when the child travels with a relative or only one parent.
The child must first be registered in the Swedish public register at the Swedish Tax agency. Both parents and the child must come to the embassy to fill in a form (namn anmälan). Please bring both parent’s passports or other id- document, the child’s birth certificate, marriage certificate and a certificate from the hospital were the child was born. Now the child will be registered by the Swedish Tax authorities and the child will get a “samordningsnummer” equivalent to a “personnummer” for children born abroad. When the child is registered you can ask for an appointment at the embassy to apply for a passport, telephone: +387 33 276037. For children under 18 years both parents must sign a consent, before a passport can be issued.
Yes, you can register online at the website at “anmälan om utlandsvistelse” or leave your contact details when you visit the embassy.
You must report the loss at the nearest police station. Than contact the embassy to get an appointment and don't forget to bring the police report to the embassy. If you don’t have a valid id-card, a relative or friend can confirm your identity at the embassy. Than the person must come to the embassy together with you. Normally it takes several weeks for a new passport to be delivered. If you urgently need to travel back to Sweden you must apply for a provisional passport. You must pay the fee to the embassy’s bank account before you come to the embassy. The fee and how to pay you’ll find under “fees”.
You need to call the embassy and get an appointment, telephone: +387 33 27 60 37. When you come to the embassy you must bring your old passport or other valid id-card. You must pay the fee to the embassy’s bank account before you come to the embassy. The fee and how to pay you’ll find under “fees”.
The visa free regime allows you to spend up to 90 days in the Schengen area every 6 months.
Six-month periods are counted from the first entry into the Schengen area. For example, if your first entry was February 1, then you can spend a total of 90 days in the Schengen countries for the next 6 months, until July 31st.
You can use these 90 days during one visit or within multiple trips, but it is important to take into account the number of days you spent in the Schengen countries. It is important that after 90 days spent, you must leave the Schengen area until the 6 months after your first entry expire. Then the next six month cycle begins for you, where you can spend 90 days in the Schengen countries again.
There is no programme for moving to Sweden. There is a possibility to apply for a work permit, for a limited period of time, in case you found employer. If you have a spouse or minor child living in Sweden you may apply for family reunion with them. More about it you may find on the Migration Agency web page: https://www.migrationsverket.se/English/Private-individuals.html