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important information

  • Please refer to the updated information regarding COVID-19 test to enter Sweden at Travel to and from Sweden
  • Due to ongoing global COVID-19 developments, Swedish Visa Application Centre in Thailand and the Call Centre service will now be available on Monday's | Wednesdays and Friday's (except public holidays). For more information please 'click here'.
  • The waiting time for repatriation flights back to Thailand exceeds 90 days. Schengen Visas are valid for stays for a time period of maximum 90 days. Therefore you need to present a confirmed ASQ (alternative state quarantine) booking and a flight ticket with one of the semi-commercial airlines has been approved for air traffic to Thailand, in order to show that you have the possibility to return within 90 days. Refer to the Embassy’s website for more information Updated information to the change in handling of visas to Sweden - Sweden Abroad
  • Effective 20 July 2020, the Swedish Visa Application Centre in Bangkok, Thailand will be relocated to Chamchuri Square. Click here for more details
  • The Swedish Government has implemented extensive precautionary measures due to the Corona virus/COVID-19.

    You can still apply for a visa to Sweden, however additional restrictions on entry into Sweden might be imposed in the incoming days. This, include, among other things, the possibility of medical examination on arrival and possible quarantine on arrival from high risk areas.

    Please stay updated with information from the Swedish authorities;

    For information on precautionary health measures implemented in Sweden, please visit the website for the Swedish Public Health Agency:

    You can also find further information at the website for European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control;

  • Click here for information on how the Swedish mission processes personal data that is submitted to the Swedish mission for a visa application.
  • Beware of fraudulent job offers. For more details – click here