Sweden immigration websites, useful links, chat groups

Websites or exhaustive documents about migrants and refugees covering the all country on multiple aspects like asylum, housing, education, healthcare and others.

W2eu.info – Welcome to Europe

For freedom of movement: Independent information for refugees and migrants coming to Europe

http://www.w2eu.info/sweden.en.html (English)

http://www.w2eu.info/sweden.ar.html (Arabic)

http://www.w2eu.info/sweden.fa.html (Farsi)

http://www.w2eu.info/sweden.fr.html (French)

Sweden immigration websites, useful links, chat groups

Rights in Exile Programme

List of pro bono legal assistance providers is a directory of organizations, lawyers, and others who are able to assist refugees free-of-charge in legal matters and help secure refugee rights. This list may also be of use to legal providers assembling and arguing cases elsewhere in the world for information on country of origin, case development, and other help.


(All Languages in Google Translate)



Swedish Migration Language, very good resource in many languages

https://www.migrationsverket.se/ ( English, Arabic, French, Urdu, Farsi , Kurmanji, and other languages)

Sweden links, visa, asylum, travel documents, passports, identity cards

Websites or documents about legal rights and procedures about migrants, refugees and asylum seekers in this country.

Aida – Asylum Information Database Report

Mapping asylum procedures, reception conditions, detention and content of protection in Europe


Need a lawyer? Ecre – European Council on Refugees and Exiles

If you are in need of legal assistance, please contact one of the lawyers of the ELENA Network of Legal Practitioners. They are lawyers and experts from 55 countries in Europe who work on asylum and immigration law. You can find their contact details here. We advise you to contact the persons based in the country where you are located. If that is not possible, please contact one of our Member organisation in the country nearest to you for further assistance.



Asylum in Sweden Advisory

Sweden’s reputation for compassion and fairness emanates from the core values inherent in the Swedish political system, and its current government is set on furthering those values for all current and prospective citizens.


Sweden links, unaccompanied minors, young people, children

Websites or documents about minors’ rights and protection in this Country. https://www.migrationsverket.se/English/Private-individuals/Protection-and-asylum-in-Sweden/Children-seeking-asylum.html (English)

https://www.migrationsverket.se/Other-languages/alrbyt.html (Arabic) 

Sweden links, women, men, LGBTQ+, elderly, disability, minorities, diasporas 

Emmaus international, Activists for Change – Sweden

Emmaus International is calling for an urgent rethink on migration policy, which mostly focuses on security and kills thousands of people every year. Emmaus International supports worldwide freedom of movement and settlement.

Sweden links, education, school, university, enrolment 

Websites or documents about education, schools and universities in this Country.


Sweden links, employment, jobs, work permits, bank account, cash transfer, welfare 

Websites or documents about employment, sectors and industries where migrants work the most, and about work permits in this country.

https://www.migrationsverket.se/English/Private-individuals/Working-in-Sweden.html (English)

https://www.migrationsverket.se/Other-languages/alrbyt.html (Arabic) 

Sweden useful links, frequently asked questions

How to apply for asylum?

If you want to apply for asylum in Sweden you need to go to the Migration Agency to hand in your application. It is not possible to apply for asylum before you get to Sweden.

If you meet the border police when entering Sweden you have to tell them that you want to apply for asylum. There are border police for example at the passport control point in international airports, at ferry terminals and where trains and buses enter Sweden. The border police will ask you some questions and will then refer you to the Migration Agency, where you hand in your asylum application.

If you are already in Sweden, you should contact the Migration Agency yourself. You can apply for asylum at one of the Migration Agency’s application units in Boden, Flen, Gävle, Gothenburg, Malmö, Märsta or Stockholm. Children arriving by themselves can also apply for asylum in Norrköping.

More Info:

https://www.migrationsverket.se/English/Private-individuals/Protection-and-asylum-in-Sweden/Applying-for-asylum/How-to-apply-for-asylum.html (English)

https://www.migrationsverket.se/Other-languages/alrbyt.html (Arabic)

The above cover image was taken somewhere in Grinda, Sweden. Photo by Johan Mouchet on Unsplash


Leave a comment if you have any suggestions or experiences that can be useful to everyone.
Be careful to leave your personal details in public.

We are a group of volunteers, and we rarely reply to comments here.

Please contact us if you have questions or need help.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *