For now, the Migration Board has made the decision not to stop any refuses of entry or deportations to Ukraine. However, the Migration Board will continue to carefully monitor the developments in the country and should the situation change, we will publish more information on our website. Read more in our newsletter about the situation in Ukraine (only in Swedish).
If you have applied for a residence permit to move to Sweden and are awaiting a decision, you cannot travel to Sweden before your application has been approved. Your application will not be given priority due to the situation in Ukraine.
If you want to move to Sweden and live here, you must have a residence permit. More information on how to apply for a permit to live, visit, work or study in Sweden can be found under the heading Private individuals.
Do you have family members in Ukraine who need to get permits to join you? Your family may be granted a permit to come live with you if you have a permanent Swedish residence permit. Use the link below to find out what your family needs to do to apply for residence permits.
Your family can be granted a permit to move to live with you if you have a permanent residence permit in Sweden. Via the link below, you can read more about how your family can apply for a permit.
How long you will have to wait depends on what kind of application you have made and if we need to supplement or investigate your application further.
You can check if your application or appeal has been registered as received by the Swedish Migration Board.
You can check if a decision has been made in your case.