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Brexit - United Kingdom and the EU

According to the time plan the UK will leave the EU on 29 March 2019. This will bring changes for Swedish citizens and companies in the UK. Here you, as a Swedish citizen, will find information on in what way brexit may affect you.

How can you as a Swedish citizen keep yourself informed?

The Embassy regulary updates our website in advance of the UK's exit from the EU. The information on the Swedish pages is more comprehensive and includes a FAQ. Follow this link. 

Do follow us on social media: Facebook, Twitter

The Embassy organises information events and Q&A's on brexit on a regular basis. Please see calendar:

  • London, 26 March 6 - 7pm at the Swedish Church in London, 6 Harcourt Street, W1H 4AG. No need to sign up but places are limited. 

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact the Embassy. Either via e-mail to ambassaden.london (at) gov.se or by phone +44 20 7917 6400 during office hours: Monday 9.30-12, 14-16, Tuesday 9.30-12, Wednesday 9.30-12, 14-16, Thursday 9.30-12, Friday 9.30-12.

Extra phone hours for brexit related questions to Swedish citizens living in the UK. Fridays 1.30pm-3pm. Phone +44 20 7917 6470. 

Swedish citizen living in the UK or about to move here? 

The European Commission's short film about Settled / Pre-Settled Status will guide you. 

Links for more information

Further enquires

For individuals who want to apply for Swedish citizenship, see information on the Swedish Migration Agency’s website.

Last updated 27 Feb 2019, 11.04 AM