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Uppsala – Centre for National Service

Changes for Uppsala Service Centre due to the coro­na­virus

  • A maximum of 20 people at a time can visit our service centre. Therefore, you may have to wait outside the waiting room for a while before being let in.
  • You may need to describe your case to an on-site service host or by phone to a case officer before entering the waiting room. We will as far as possible try to help you with your case by phone, letter and email.
  • You can submit your application in our mailbox which you will find at the entrance.
  • You cannot book an appointment to extend visits in Sweden. Instead, send your application by post. Learn more about extending visits.

Visiting address

Bolandsgatan 16 A


Opening hours

Drop-in:;Monday 09.00–12.00;Tuesday 09.00–12.00;Wednesday closed;Thursday 09.00–12.00;Friday closed; ;Booked visits;Monday 09.00–15.00;Tuesday 09.00–15.00;Wednesday closed;Thursday 09.00–15.00;Friday closed

Special opening hours during the year

Bookable visits

  • Apply for an alien's passport or travel documents
  • Collect an alien's passport or travel document
  • Have your fingerprints and photograph taken

Go to the booking page to book an appointment for your visit

Type of office

  • Extend residence permit (asylum)
  • Reception Unit
  • Service Centre
  • Permit Unit

Here you can submit applications and get help while waiting for a decision.