The Swedish International Development Agency (Sida) has announced a new agreement with Save the Children International in Zambia worth 55,000,000 SEK that will fund a Child Rights Governance project - Driving Sustainable Change for Children’s Rights including Covid-19 response interventionsNEWS
Information on how to apply for a Schengen visa can be found here. Please note that before submitting your application you need to make an appointment.
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Yes, you may apply for a visa at the border or at the Embassy of Zambia in Stockholm. More info can be found at the website of the Embassy of Zambia in Sweden.
Yes, if you have a residence permit in Zambia (employment, residence, spouse, student or diplomatic permit).
It’s enough to scan it and e-mail it to your friend who then prints it.
On your visa, it is specified which countries it is valid for. If it says “Schengenstater”, it means that you can travel to Sweden and all the other Schengen countries using your visa.
Information about which countries are part of the Schengen cooperation can be found on the webpage of the Migration Agency.
A visa does not automatically give you the right to enter the Schengen area. There is always an entry control at the external border. You must be able to prove the purpose of your trip at the border and it is therefore advisable to bring copies of the documents you submitted with your application. The purpose of the trip should correspond with the purpose stated in your application. The control at the border may lead to you being refused entry.
If you apply for a visa a second time, the visa officer checks how you used your last visa.