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Swedish Embassy for Austria - Address / Phone Number



Swedish Embassy for Austria

Swedish Embassy in Austria

Address: Obere Donaustraße 49-51, Postfach 18, 1025 Wien
City: Vienna (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +2 hours)
Tel.:  (+43 / 1) 217 53 0
Fax: (+43 / 1) 217 53 370
Working hours: Monday to Friday, 9.00 – 11.00
Consular hours: Monday to Friday, 9.00 – 11.00, Wednesday 14.00 – 16.00 

Swedish Honorary Consulate in Graz

Address: Sparkassenplatz 48010 Graz
City: Graz (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +2 hours)
Tel.:  +43 (0) 5 0100 35 0 15
Fax: +43 (0) 5 0100 93 50 15 

Swedish Honorary Consulate in Innsbruck

Address: Andreas-Hofer-Strasse 436020 Innsbruck
City: Innsbruck (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +2 hours)
Tel.:  +43 (0) 512-57 43 45 112
Fax: +43 (0) 512-57 98 65 

The Swedish Embassy in Vienna represents the Swedish government in Austria, Slovakia and Slovenia and is at the same time the permanent representation of Sweden at the United Nations' offices in Vienna. The main duty of the Embassy is to strengthen the relations between Sweden, Austria, Slovakia and Slovenia and to spread information on Sweden and to support Swedish interests and activities in Austria, Slovakia and Slovenia.

The Embassy provides the following services:

  • Issues temporary passports for trips back to Sweden;
  • Registers Swedish citizens living abroad;
  • Allows Swedish citizens to participate in electoral events;
  • Assists in contacting insurance companies from Sweden in case of accidents;
  • Helps Swedish citizens contact their relatives/friends, lawyer, doctor, interpreter and provides consultation in case of emergencies.

Swedish citizens who are resident abroad and who need a new passport or identity card can apply in different ways:

  • While visiting Sweden – The quickest and cheapest way is to apply while visiting Sweden. You can contact any passport authority and the fee for a 5 year passport is SEK 350 and for an ID-card SEK 400. Normally, you can pick up a new passport or identity card within a week. It is also possible to collect your new travel document at an Embassy or Consulate, although this takes longer and you will be charged a collection fee (currently SEK 150).
  • At a Swedish mission abroad – You can also submit your application at most Swedish missions abroad. The fee is currently SEK 1 400. Delivery of new travel documents takes between two to six weeks, as passports are produced in Sweden and are sent by courier. Travel documents can be picked up at any passport authority in Sweden or abroad.

Honorary consulates can only accept emergency passport applications, but it is possible to collect your new regular passport or ID-card at a Consulate. Don't forget to bring your old passport when you collect your new one, and please note you will be charged a collection fee of SEK 150.

Everyone applying for a passport or national ID-card must provide proof of identity. The applicant must also provide proof of Swedish citizenship. A newborn/child must be registered and have a Swedish ID-number before they can have a passport. Applicants are advised to consult the staff of the passport authority prior to submitting their application.

The Embassy is closed on the following holidays:

  • 1 January - New Year´s Day
  • 6 January – Epiphany
  • Good Friday
  • Easter Monday
  • 1 May - Labour Day
  • 29 May - Ascension Day
  • 9 June - Whit Monday
  • 19 June - Corpus Christi
  • 15 August - Ascension of the Virgin Mary
  • 24 December - Christmas Eve
  • 25 December - Christmas Day
  • 26 December - Boxing Day
  • 31 December - New Year´s Eve

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