As of Thursday, 1 June 2023, the Embassy is open the following hours:NEWS
The entry ban to Sweden ended 31 March 2022, meaning that no corona specific entry restrictions are in effect from 1 April 2022. Negative test or vaccine certificates are not required to enter Sweden. Ordinary entry requirements applies, like holding a valid travel document, and possibly a visa.
For more information concerning the former entry ban and the Covid-19 situation in Sweden, the Embassy would like to refer to the following websites:
The Government's FAQ about the temporary entry ban
The Swedish Police Authority's FAQ about the temporary entry ban
The Public Health Agency's website
The holder of an Israeli standard passport enjoys visa-free access to Sweden for up to 90 days.
If you are visiting Sweden and are not a citizen of Israel, you may need a visa. A list of foreign citizens who require Visa for entry to Sweden is available on the Government of Sweden's website.
Here you can find additional information about requirements and regulations concerning visiting Sweden.
You must make an appointment online to apply for or renew a passport. Please book your appointment here.
In order to shorten the waiting time please cancel your appointment in case you are prevented to arrive.
Here you can find more information about passports and ID numbers.