Visit for longer than 90 days – documents
If you wish to visit Sweden for more than 90 days, you need to apply for residence permit for a visit or, if you have special grounds, for a ‘D-visa’ (national visa).
Visit for longer than 90 days
If you wish to visit Sweden for more than 90 days, you need to apply for residence permit for a visit or, in emergency cases and if you have special reasons, for a ‘D-visa’ (national visa).
Read more about residence permit for a visit and D-visas on the Swedish Migration Agency’s website.
Applying for a residence permit for a visit
The documents you want to support your application with are to be handed in as copies, and you should bring the original for comparison.
- The form Application for a visitor’s permit.
- The form Family details – appendix to your application.
- A copy of the first page in your passport, and of any extensions and/or name changes in the passport.
- Two recently taken colour photographs in passport format that are no older than six months and are 45 mm x 35 mm in size. The photos must be taken against a light background and show you looking straight ahead.
- A copy of your ticket for the return journey.
- And – if you are under 18 or are accompanied by children – the form Application for a visitor’s permit for a child. Note that additional documents are required for applicants under the age of 18. Check under ‘Minors – extra documents’.
The person you will be visiting in Sweden needs the following documents:
- The form Invitation – If you wish to invite a relative or friend to visit you, in the original.
- Civic registration/family certificate (personbevis) marked “invitation”.
- Documents showing that the visitor has adequate means of support during his/her stay in Sweden.
Application for a D-visa
- The form National visa (D-visa) (available in English only)
To get an appointment for applying for a visitor’s permit or a D-visa, contact the Embassy on email@example.com.