You can apply for extended protection in February
Anyone in Sweden who has protection under the Temporary Protection Directive will be able to apply for an extended residence permit in February.
You must apply for an extended residence permit here on the website, and you need only an email address to be able to apply.
You can apply for an extended residence permit for several people at the same time, making it easy to help, e.g., a child or an elderly relative who does not have their own email address. If you are helping someone else, you need to be able to provide the case number of all the people for whom you are applying. You can find the case number on the residence permit card or in the upper right corner of the decision from the Swedish Migration Agency.
Apply in time
It is important that you apply for an extended residence permit in time, that is, no later than 4 March 2023. If you do not apply for an extended residence permit in time, you must reapply for protection, accommodation and financial support, and you will not be allowed to work until you have received a new decision.
Once you have applied for an extended permit online, you need to follow up your application with a personal visit, where you will be photographed and provide fingerprints for your new residence permit card.
More information on how to apply for an extended permit will be provided in early 2023.