A single bell tolled today in the Riddarholmen Church in Stockholm to mark the passing of His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, who was a Knight of the Royal Order of the Seraphim and who died on 9 April 2021.NEWS
Swedish citizens who wish to apply for a Swedish passport at the Embassy of Sweden in London must book an appointment online.
We release new appointments for the weeks to come, every Friday, between 9am and 12pm. If there is a text on the booking page saying "no appointments available", please check back later. read more and book an appointment.
You can apply for a passport or ID card at the Embassy of Sweden in London, in another Swedish Embassy or at the Police in Sweden. If you apply for a passport in another country you can still collect it from the Embassy in London.
It is often a faster och cheaper process to apply for a passport in Sweden, more info about this on the Swedish Police's webbsite.
Those who also have British citizenship or valid Indefinite Leave to Remain do not need to apply. However, if you have Indefinite Leave to Remain we recommend you to apply for EU Settled Status.
The application is free of charge, and is done online via https://www.gov.uk/eusettledstatus
In accordance with the Swedish passport law, we are unable to send passports/ID cards via post.
Anyone over 18 must collect their passport/ID card in person.
A guardian can collect their child's passport, if they bring the child's previous passport and their own passport/photo ID. Read more about valid photo ID on Polisen.se
You do not need to book an appointment to collect your passport. Always visit our webpage for accurate opening hours before planning your visit.
No, you cannot apply for a Swedish passport online. You have to book an appointment online, and come to the Embassy in person.
For more information about passport appointments, click here.
No, you can travel to Sweden with a valid Swedish passport.
During the current entry ban, Swedish citizens with valid Swedish passports are allowed entry to Sweden. They must, however, comply with the UK Government's rules regarding travels during lockdown. See the UK Government's website for more information.
The entry ban to Sweden is in effect for non-Swedish citizens who travel to Sweden from the United Kingdom, with some exceptions. Please see the Embassy's travel advice more information.