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About this website

This is a website with information from several different public authorities to make it a little easier for those who want to come to Sweden to work or to run a business.

This website is a collaboration between the Swedish Public Employment Service (Arbetsförmedlingen), the Swedish Work Environment Authority (Arbetsmiljöverket), the Swedish Social Insurance Agency (Försäkringskassan), the National Board of Trade Sweden (Kommerskollegium), the Swedish Migration Agency (Migrationsverket), the Swedish Tax Agency (Skatteverket), the Swedish Institute (Svenska Institutet), and the Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth (Tillväxtverket). If you have questions about what you should do in your particular situation, or questions about your case, please contact the relevant authority directly. The Swedish Institute is responsible for the website.

Data protection and privacy

The Swedish Institute processes your personal information when you wish to receive our services, for example, when you sign up for visits, events, newsletters, applying for scholarships, programs or otherwise contact us. Read the privacy policy.

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According to the Electronic Communications Act, which entered into force on July 25, 2003, anyone visiting a website should be informed about what cookies are used for and be given the opportunity to refuse such use.

We use cookies for technical reasons and to facilitate individual visitors’ activities on Si.se. Cookies are also used to measure traffic on our websites and for statistical purposes. The information collected is anonymous and does not contain any personal information such as names or e-mail addresses. Information about visitors can not be tracked.

How to Manage Cookies

If you as a visitor do not wish to accept the site’s use of cookies, you can turn cookies off in your browser’s security settings. You can also set the browser to give you a warning every time a site tries to put a cookie on your computer. All browsers are different. Check the help feature of your browser for information on how to change cookie settings.

Accessibility

This site is designed according to the Web Accessibility Directive and the site is reviewed continuously.

Contact

Swedish Institute
Slottsbacken 10
111 30 Stockholm
Sweden

08-453 7800
E-mail: si@si.se

Choose a guide

Read more about Work

Work

This guide provides an overview of the most important things to know and what you need to consider in order to work in Sweden.
Read more about Running a business

Running a business

This guide provides an overview of the most important things to know and what you need to consider in order to run a business in Sweden.