Updated warning: Avoid people selling services for family reunification
The Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs has been informed that there might be individuals falsely representing the Swedish Migration Agency or the Embassy in certain countries. These individuals are claiming that it is possible e.g. through payment, to obtain an earlier appointment for an interview at the Embassy or that the applicants needs to pay an additional fee for booking an interview at a specific Embassy - sometimes even using official letterheads and pretending to be officials. Please note that the Swedish Embassies and Consulates General have nothing to do with any individuals who offer services for payment. All appointments for interviews for family reunification are made through the Embassies and are free of charge. Please see Swedish Migration Agency webpage for more information.
Please contact the Embassy if you have any information that people are falsely representing Swedish authorities or if you suspect that somebody is trying to sell you services for additional charges (Ambassaden.email@example.com).”
On the website of the Swedish Migration Agency you can check the status of your application. You can check the following: student permit, work permit, residence permit, residence card, passport, Swedish citizenship and asylum application www.migrationsverket.se/statuskontroll
Since April 2016, the Embassy of France handles visa applications to Sweden. For further information, please contact the Embassy of France in Maputo:
If you are a residence from Madagascar applying for visa to Sweden, you should contact the Embassy of Switzerland in Antananarivo, Madagascar