If you want to visit Sweden and you are a citizen in a country outside the EU, you may need to apply for a permit before the visit. Which permit you need to apply for depends on how long your stay in Sweden will be. If your stay in Sweden will be less than 90 days you may need to apply for a visa. If your stay in Sweden will be more than 90 days you need to apply for a visitor’s residence permit.
16 March 2021
From 16 March, you can apply for a visitor’s permit digitally. You can do this if you are applying from within Sweden or via the Swedish Embassy in Bangkok.
18 November 2020
Due to the coronavirus and the temporary entry ban to Sweden, the decision that the majority of visa applications will be rejected is still valid. This applies if you wish to visit Sweden and are a citizen of a country outside the EU.
11 November 2020
From 1 December, both the residence permit card and right of residence card issued by the Swedish Migration Agency will look different. If you already have a valid card, you do not need to replace it.
6 August 2020
To reduce the spread of the coronavirus, many libraries and citizen offices have limited their services. This means that it may be difficult to get help with printing forms.