The Consulate General of Sweden in Jerusalem will be closed on Friday 6 December and on Monday, 9 December 2019. Regular opening hours will be resumed on Tuesday, 10 December 2019. Welcome!View more news
Are you a Swedish citizen living abroad? Do not forget to register on the Swedish list by providing details on where you stay and how to be reached during your stay.
In case of a consular crisis in the area where you are staying, this information can be used to contact you quickly. The information is saved for the period that you specify, but maximum of one year, after which a renewed registration is required. You can remove yourself from the Swedish list whenever you want.
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The Consulate General is following the developments in Gaza closely and updates the travel advice on the webpage if necessary. For continuous updates, the Consulate General also refers to local media. As previously, and until further notice, the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs advises against all travels to Gaza. Swedish authorities have very limited possibilities to provide consular services to Swedes who regardless of these recommendations travel to or remain in Gaza.
Sida cannot guarantee anonymity, but you can protect your identity by using an e-mail address that cannot be linked to the notifier and by removing any signature that is attached to your e-mail account.
All reported suspicions are received and managed by Sida's investigation group, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you want to visit Sweden you can apply for a visa. How to apply varies depending on where you reside, the West Bank, Gaza or Jerusalem. For more information please visit Apply for a visa. If you want to visit or move to Sweden for a period longer than 90 days you might need to apply for a residence permit. For more information about how to apply for residence permit in Sweden, please visit the Swedish Migration Agency's webpage.