Contact us primarily through our digital channels
In order to limit the spread of the coronavirus disease we ask that you contact us primarily by email, telephone or through our e-services. Our resources to receive visits are limited and our opening hours have changed. Therefore, please check what applies to your office.
New rules for moving to your own accommodation
On 1 July, the rules for asylum seekers who move to their own accommodation (EBO), for example to relatives or friends, were changed. The new rules state that those who choose to move to certain residential areas are not entitled to financial support from the Swedish Migration Agency. There is an e-service to help you check if the address that you want to move to can affect your compensation.
Follow the Swedish Migration Agency
The Swedish Migration Agency is on social media so that you can access information and news.
Student permits granted in June
Amir studied for a masters degree as a veterinary
”Studying in Sweden is different to Iran. Here, a large part of the studies are groupbased and the students work together.”
The Swedish Migration Agency's mission includes considering applications from people who want to live in Sweden, visit the country, seek protection from persecution or be granted Swedish citizenship.
The Swedish Migration Agency is commissioned by parliament and government, who set the Swedish asylum and migration policy. We are thus commissioned by the Swedish people, through the politicians who make decisions on migration policy.
Working at the Swedish Migration Agency
There is a wide and varied range of work at the Swedish Migration Agency. It requires staff with various educational backgrounds, for example law, legal science and social science.