Forms for residence permits to live with someone in Sweden

The easiest and quickest way to apply for a residence permit in order to live with someone in Sweden is with our online services.

If you are unable to apply online, use one of the forms below. The forms open as PDF documents in a new window. You can complete the forms on your computer and then print them out and sign them. If you do not have access to a printer you will be able to print out the forms at a library or a Citizens Advice Bureau. Don't forget to sign your name before submitting it.

Note that in some web browsers you might be unable to open the forms and complete them. You can then save them onto your computer and open them with a PDF programme such as Acrobat Reader. You can also try to open the forms in another web browser. If you open the forms in the latest version of Acrobat Reader you can also save the completed form.

  • Residence permit to settle in Sweden

    Swedish form 160011
    English form 161011


    Use this form if you cannot apply online and want to apply for a residence permit to settle in Sweden. You can also use this form when applying for an extension of your residence permit. If you are an EU/EEA citizen and want to apply for a residence permit to move to a Swedish citizen or another person who is a resident in Sweden, you must also use this form. (NOTE! Other EU/EEA citizens, relatives of Swiss citizens, long term residents in another EU/EEA country and their relatives must use a different form.)SwedishPDF
    EnglishPDF
  • Residence permit to settle in Sweden – for a child under the age of 18

    Swedish form 162011
    English form 163011


    Use this form if you cannot apply online and want to apply for a residence permit for a child under 18 years to settle in Sweden. You can also use this form when applying for an extension of a residence permit. If the child is an EU/EEA citizen and wants to apply for a residence permit to move to a Swedish citizen or another person who is a resident in Sweden, you must also use this form. (NOTE! Other EU/EEA citizens, relatives of Swiss citizens, long term residents in another EU/EEA country and their relatives must use a different form.)SwedishPDF
    EnglishPDF
  • Application for residence permit for a child under the age of 18 who has been, or will be, adopted. Adoption that is not negotiated by a Swedish adoption organisation

    Form 171011W (only in English)

    Only to be used by those who apply online for residence permit for a child under the age of 18 who has been, or will be, adopted.EnglishPDF
  • Application for residence permit for persons who are long-term residents in another Member State and their family members

    Swedish form 136011
    English form 136011_en


    For those who have long-term resident status (according to directive: 2003/109/EC) in another Member State and their family members.SwedishPDF  
    EnglishPDF
  • Assurance of cohabitation for married and cohabiting partners

    Form 228011

    Questions to the referee in Sweden who is married or is cohabiting partner with someone residing abroad who has applied for residence permit in Sweden. NOTE! Only to be filled in by persons who has received a letter by the Migration Agency to do so. Please do not submit the form before you get the letter. Only in Swedish.SwedishPDF
  • Assurance of cohabitation when applying for extension of a residence permit

    Form 243011B

    If you apply for an extended residence permit you must fill in this assurance together with your husband, wife, cohabiting partner or registered partner. This is to prove that you are still living together. Fill in the form, print it and sign it. Please note that both of you have to sign it. You should then send the form with your application.SwedishPDF  
    EnglishPDF
  • Assurance of cohabitation – Appendices to online application for extended residence permit

    Form 242011W

    Only to be used by those who apply online for extended residence permit.SwedishPDF  
    EnglishPDF
  • Family details – appendix to your application

    Swedish form 238011
    English form 239011


    You must here list your (the applicant's) parents, husband/wife/partner, children and siblings. This form is not required when you apply for a Schengen visa.SwedishPDF   
    EnglishPDF
  • Questionnaire regarding established relationships and accompanying children

    Form T85

    Questions to the referee in Sweden who is married or is cohabiting partner with someone residing abroad who has applied for residence permit in Sweden. NOTE! Only to be filled in by persons who has received a letter by the Migration Agency to do so. Please do not submit the form before you get the letter. Only in Swedish.SwedishPDF
  • Questionnaire regarding membership of a joint household

    Form T82

    Questions to the referee in Sweden when a person residing abroad has indicated dependence by him or her. NOTE! Only to be filled in by persons who has received a letter by the Migration Agency to do so. Please do not submit the form before you get the letter. Only in Swedish.SwedishPDF
  • Questionnaire regarding minors with a parent in Sweden

    Form T87

    To be used by persons who has a minor child residing abroad who has applied for residence permit i Sweden on the grounds of family ties. NOTE! Only to be filled in by persons who has received a letter by the Migration Agency to do so. Please do not submit the form before you get the letter. Only in Swedish.SwedishPDF  
  • Questionnaire regarding new relationships

    Form T77

    Questions to the referee in Sweden who has a partner residing abroad who has applied for residence permit on the grounds of family ties. NOTE! Only to be filled in by persons who has received a letter by the Migration Agency to do so. Please do not submit the form before you get the letter. Only in Swedish.SwedishPDF
  • Residence permit for citizens of Switzerland and their family members

    Swedish form 146011
    English form 146011_en


    SwedishPDF  
    EnglishPDF

Last updated: 2015-05-26

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