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Applying for asylum in Sweden is a difficult process if one is unaware of one’s rights and duties. We have compiled some advice, as well as references to sources of information, laws, and directions to people and organizations that can help you if you are about to seek asylum or help someone else with their asylum application. You can always contact local FARR groups or board for more help and advice.
The version 5.03 of FARR’s book Good Advice for Asylum Seekers in Sweden is updated August 2019. This version include information on the current Aliens Act and the law on temporary restrictions to obtaining a residence permit in Sweden including the senior secondary school law. Amendments of the Aliens Act made after July 2019 are not included. Good Advice is “shareware”. The files can be downloaded free, but costs for translations and layout are high. If you can afford it, you are requested to pay at least 100 skr for the file or 30 skr for every member of a course. Pay in Sweden with Swish to 1233278983 or to plusgiro 520890-5. IBAN for payments from abroad is SE97 9500 0099 6042 0520 8905, Bic: NDEASESS. Thank you for the contribution!
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Translations: Michael Williams (English), Juan-Carlos Romans (Spanish), Leo Malaxos (Arabic), Jonas Lal (Farsi, Persian) and Alexander Vårfält (Russian).