Book Appointment during Visiting Hours
As of October 18, 2016, any visitor to the Consulate General must have an appointment. Due to building regulations, we can no longer offer drop-in service during visiting hours.
Please note that you may not apply for a passport during appointments for visiting hours! If you want to book an appointment to apply for a passport, please see "Passport Procedures and Name Registration" in the menu on the left.
Appointments are required for all visits:
- Picking up passports and national ID-cards;
- Picking up driver licenses;
- Coordination numbers;
- Certification or notarization of documents;
- Life certificates;
- Death notifications;
- Swedish citizenship applications of different kinds; as well as
- Any general inquiry.
In order to make an appointment during the visiting hours for any purpose listed above, please use the link below, and choose the option “visit during reception visiting hours” in the drop-down menu in the booking system when requested to do so.
Please make the appointment using an adult’s name, not in the name of a child, and make only one appointment per family. E.g. if you are picking up a passport and applying for a coordination number, please make ONE appointment only, even if a family of three will be visiting the Consulate.
Furtermore, ALWAYS choose only "1 person" when making an appointment to visit us during reception visiting hours - regardless of how many members of your family who will actually be visiting the consulate! The system will ask how many people you are making an appointment for - please always answer "1 person"!
> Book appointment during reception visiting hours
Please note you may not apply for a passport during an appointment for visit during reception hours! If you want to book an appointment to apply for a passport, please see "Passport Procedures and Name Registration" in the menu on the left.
Due to building regulations we must ask that you limit the number of people who accompany you to your appointment to persons necessary for the visit. E.g. one or two parents must accompany a child when applying for a coordination number, but the grandparents must not be there.