This is information for those who have sought asylum in Sweden. You can read more about what happens after you hand in an asylum application and when you have received your decision. This is also where you can find out more about your rights as an asylum seeker, in terms of work, accommodation, health and medical care and financial support.
The Swedish Parliament has decided on new rules for people who apply for a residence permit to move to Sweden to reunite with their family or another close relative. The new rules will apply from 1 December.
When and why does the Swedish Migration Agency investigate whether a residence permit should be revoked? You can read here how we work with revocations and what it means for you if we review your residence permit.
The Swedish Migration Agency is changing its assessment of what is required to obtain a permanent residence permit under the Upper Secondary School Act following a landmark ruling from the Migration Court of Appeal.