I want to tell you about an article on Sweden Abroad:http://www.swedenabroad.com/en-GB/Embassies/Canberra/About-Sweden/FAQs-on-Sweden/
On this page you will find answers to questions that Embassy receives frequently.
How to obtain a police clearance from the Swedish Police Authority?
You can download a form in English or in Swedish from the website of the Swedish National Police Board (Rikspolisstyrelsen), www.police.se or contact the Embassy for a copy of the form.
> Download the formThis application is sent in directly to the National Police Board in Sweden. Instructions on how to pay the fee is on the form. When the application has been granted, a police clearance will be send directly to your address with registered mail.
What can I bring or send to Sweden? Please see the website of the Swedish Customs Authority (Tullverket):> Swedish Customs Authority
Information on import of medicinal products can be found on the website of the Medical Products Agency (Läkemedelsverket):> Medical Products AgencyBringing pets to Sweden New rules of on the importation of pets can be found on the Swedish Board of Agriculture's website (Jordbruksverket):> Swedish Board of Agriculture
How can I trace my Swedish ancestors?There are different ways of finding information on your Swedish ancestors. Here are some useful websites:> The Swedish telephone directory The whitepages on the Internet> Hitta.se > The Swedish Emigrant InstituteE-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org> Swedish Roots– an organisation for the descendants of the emigrants with links to family history resources> The Research Centre SVAR (in Swedish)Svensk arkivinformationE-mail: email@example.com> Swedish Church Records online> National Library of Australia> Ancestry.com websiteHow many Swedes are living/residing in Australia?> Census 2006