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You find information on visa and migration related issues here.
Lebanese citizens, or other citizents legally residing in Lebanon (holding a valid residence permit in Lebanon) and stateless persons residing in Syria can be interviewed at the Embassy's Migration office in Starco Building, Block A in Beirut. If you have submitted an online application for a residence permit, you can schedule an appointment after the Swedish Migration Agency has asked you to do so. The Embassy of Sweden in Beirut's Migration Office handles questions regarding residence permits. To book an appointment, fill in the form that you find here. Shortly after filling in the electronical form, you will receive an e-mail from the Embassy with a date for an appointment.
Applications for residence permit in Sweden, including all claims that refer to asylum, immigration and protection are processed by the Swedish Migration Agency. An application for asylum shall not be submitted at a Swedish mission abroad (at an Embassy/consulate) but at one of the Migration Agency application units, or with the border police when entering Sweden. Those who are not able to come to Sweden for protection are advised to contact the UNHCR or the relevant authorities in their country of residence. Furthermore, it is not possible for the Migration Agency to grant asylum to an individual who is not present in Sweden.
For further information, visit the website of the Swedish Migration Agency http://www.migrationsverket.se/English/Private-individuals/Protection-and-asylum-in-Sweden.html
Swedish citizens coming to Lebanon for tourism or family visit can obtain a one-month visa on arrival at Beirut International Airport or other port of entry. The visa is renewable for two months. The visa is free.
Before travelling to Lebanon please visit the Lebanese General Security webpage for further information: http://www.general-security.gov.lb/en/posts/38
Official government travelers need to obtain visa in advance of their travel at the Lebanese embassy in Stockholm. For more information contact http://www.lebanonembassy.se
Please note that persons of Palestinian origin are required to obtain visa before travelling and carry additional documentation (Birth Certificate or "Person Bevis" which may be used to prove a person´s identity) with them when travelling to Lebanon. Overstaying without the proper authority is a serious matter. You may be refused permission to leave country until a fine has been paid.
Must be valid for ninety days following entry, with no Israeli stamps or visas.
Swedish A4 emergency passports are not accepted for entry into Lebanon, only for exiting Lebanon after a security clearance has been granted from the Lebanese General Security.
Swedish emergency passport (pink) is recognized to enter Lebanon.
Previous travel to Israel
If your passport contains an Israeli stamp you may be refused entry to Lebanon even if you hold a valid Lebanese visa.
Passport control upon entering Lebanon
Lebanese Immigration Authorities check all visitors’ names on arrival against a database of those wanted for, or convicted of, offences in Lebanon. If a name matches against an entry on the database the individuals may be detained (or on occasion allowed entry upon surrender of their passport) until they can prove that the record does not relate to them. It’s often possible to prove personal details by presenting a copy of a birth certificate or other official documentation that allows parents’ names to be checked against the database. You should consider carrying this kind of supporting documentation when you travel to Lebanon.
When a document is needed abroad it must often be legalized.
WHAT IS LEGALIZATION?
Legalization is a confirmation that the signature on a document is genuine. The actual legalization process consists of a stamp and a signature. Legalization does not have anything to do with the contents of a document.
The Embassy of Sweden in Beirut can only legalize the following documents:
- An original document or a true copy, if the original is not available, with signature by the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs or by the competent Lebanese authorities. The documnet has to be translated into English by a sworn translator.
- Personal certificate stamped by the Tax Office in Sweden and with signature by the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
For further information about legalization of documents issued in Sweden please visit the following website: http://www.regeringen.se/sveriges-regering/utrikesdepartementet/legaliseringar/
The Embassy charges a fee of 22 USD for each legalization. Payments are to be done in USD.
DELIVERY OF DOCUMENTS FOR LEGALIZATION
Legalized documents can be picked up at the Embassy the day after submission. You submit the documents during opening hours which you can find here.
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 the Swedish Tax Agency's form SKV 7750.
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 by appointment, which you make by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. For children under 18 years both parents must sign a consent, before a passport can be issued.
Please note that the "samordningsnummer" issued by the Swedish Tax Authorities for the child born outside Sweden kan be kept only for six months if the passport application has not been submitted during this period of time.
You must make an appointment by email to email@example.com to apply for an Emergency passport.
Please note that the embassy in Beirut does not accept applications for ordinary passports. The embassy can only issue a A4 emergency passport and it is valid for specific journey. Validity is one month. You must show a valid ticket. You can apply for an ordinary passport and ID card at a passport authority in Sweden, and at most Swedish missions abroad. After application, it is possible to pick up the passport or identity card when it's ready at the embassy in Beirut. The embassy charges a fee of 22 USD for each delivery of passport/ID card.
Requirements for emergency passport application:
1) Emergency passport application
2) Four (4) passport sized photos in colour with white background, read more about valid photo ID on www.polisen.se
3) Expired Swedish passport, or if the passport has been lost or stolen a copy of the police report and the 'Report of lost passport' The lost/stolen passport will be rendered invalid by the embassy.
4) Valid identification (e.g. Swedish ID), more information about approved forms of identification you can find on www.polisen.se
5) Personbevis issued within the last 30 days.
6) Verification of Swedish citizenship, you are abliged to prove your Swedish citizenship every time you apply for your passport. For more information about Swedish citizenship please check the www.migrationsverket.se
7) A fee of 1 800 Swedish crowns (SEK). This fee shall be paid in US dollars (USD) according to the current exchange rate.
8) A reservation of a ticket for your journey to Sweden
For children under the age of 18 the following additional documents are required:
9) The child must come to the Embassy with both parents/legal guardians.
10) A custody holder's approval form, signed by both parents and witnessed by two witnesses permanently residing in Lebanon. The witnesses' signatures and names in block letters as well as their addresses and telephone numbers are required
11) If the child has only one guardian, we need to see proof of sole custody
12) If the child was born abroad, a birth certificate stating the names of both parents must be submitted
13) The parents/legal guardians must prove their own identity by valid passports or valid photo ID