Sweden in the Philippines
Sweden has a Honorary Consulate General in Manila, the Philippines.
Carla Limcaoco is the Honorary Consul General for Sweden in Manila.
The Honorary Consulate General provides basic consular service to Swedish citizens. However, the Embassy of Sweden in Bangkok has the main responsibility for consular services.
Urgent consular matters
Urgent consular matters that need attention after office hours are referred to the Embassy of Sweden in Bangkok. Please be advised to use the following number:
+66 2 263 7299.
If you lose your Swedish passport you will have to contact the Embassy of Sweden in Bangkok using the following telephone number:
+66 2 263 7299.
Passport applications shall be made at the Swedish Embassy in Bangkok.
Application for Swedish Passport [in Swedish]
The Consulate General in Manila can issue temporary passports.
Applications for Schengen Visa
The Governments of Sweden and Switzerland have agreed that the Embassy of Switzerland in the Philippines will represent Sweden for the issuance of Schengen visas. The agreement entered into force on 5 April 2010. This means that applications for visas shall be submitted by personal appearance to the Embassy of Switzerland in Manila. For further details of the application process and visa requirements please follow the link to the website of the Embassy of Switzerland in the Philippines. Link to the Embassy of Switzerland in Philippines, http://www.eda.admin.ch/eda/en/home/reps/asia/vphl/ref_visinf/visphl.html
Booking of slots for interviews for Residence and Work permits (UAT)
Interviews for residence and work permits take place at the Consulate General in Manila. Please make your booking at the Consulate General by either Email or telephone.
Residence and Work Permits