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Swedish Embassy for Germany - Address / Phone Number

Swedish Embassy for Germany

Swedish Embassy in Germany

Address: Rauchstraße 1
City: Berlin (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +1 hours)
Tel.:  +49 30 50 50 60
Fax: +49 30 50 50 67 89
Working hours: Monday to Friday, 9.00 – 16.30
Consular hours: Monday to Friday, 9.00 – 12.00 

Swedish Honorary Consulate in Frankfurt
Address: Bockenheimer Landstr. 51-53, 60325 Frankfurt am Main
City: Frankfurt (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +1 hours)
Tel.: 069-79 40 26 15
Fax: 069-79 40 26 16 

Swedish Honorary Consulate in Hamburg
Address: HBC - Hamburg Business Center ,Beim Strohhause 31, 9. Etage
City: Hamburg (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +1 hours)
Tel.: 040-24 82 76 64
Fax: 040-64 50 60 63 

Swedish Honorary Consulate in Munchen  
Address: Brienner Str. 9, 80333 München
City: Munchen (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +1 hours)
Tel.: 089-54 52 12 15
Fax:  089-54 52 11 09 

NOTE: As of 1 January 2014, five Swedish embassies within the Schengen area provide service concerning visa, residence permit and work permit matters: Athens, Berlin, Madrid, Paris and Rome. This means that fourteen embassies have stopped providing this service.

The mission of the Embassy is to represent the Government of Sweden in Germany and to promote relations between Sweden and Germany.  The Embassy monitors and reports on political and economic developments in Germany, it promotes trade and cultural exchanges between Germany and Sweden. The Embassy is also involved in promoting the image and the knowledge of Sweden in Germany.  The Embassy conducts consular work and serves the Swedish citizens who are residents in Germany or just visiting this country.

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.

In emergency situations the Embassy can help with the following:

  • advice on how to transfer money from Sweden, that is, helping people help themselves
  • contacting insurance networks - Euro-Alarm, Nordic Assistance or SOS International
  • contacting relatives in an emergency situation or solving other problems associated with such an accident, acute illness or death
  • advice about the defense lawyer, doctor and interpreter, and if necessary get help to contact them

If a passport is lost or missing, the following is required:

  • Completed notification of loss (förlustanmälan), on the back side of the white section of the passport application form.
  • Copy of your census registration record, available from the local tax office where you were most recently registered.
  • Driver's license or other valid photo ID.

New passports are normally issued within 1-2 weeks from the time of application. If the person is traveling in the next few days and need a passport immediately, he/she may apply for an emergency (temporary) passport.

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