Following an EU decision, the Swedish Government has decided to halt international travel into Sweden. The decision, which is taken to mitigate the effects of the covid-19, comes into effect on March 19th and will be in force for 30 days, means that non-essential travelers cannot enter Sweden during this period.NEWS
The Embassy of Sweden in Kuala Lumpur does not accept or process applications or provide information on visas.
Those who want to apply for a visa to Sweden should contact the Embassy of Sweden in Bangkok. https://www.swedenabroad.se/en/about-sweden-non-swedish-citizens/thailand/going-to-sweden/visiting-sweden/apply-for-a-visa/
A legalisation is intended to prove that a document having a signature of an official. A legalisation does not constitute a confirmation of the content of the document, but merely authorizes an official's signature and jurisdiction. The Embassy only legalises documents that are already legalised by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kuala Lumpur or by the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The Embassy does not legalise, for example, Extract of Population issued by the Swedish Tax Agency.
Swedes who need to legalise Extract of Population have to contact:
103 39 STOCKHOLM
Tel: +46 (0) 8-405 51 00