Sweden Embassy in Skopje, North Macedonia- Apply For Your Travel Visa

Sweden Embassy in Skopje is located in North Macedonia and tourists apply for a travel visa regularly. Sweden is famous for Stockholm architecture, huge forest areas, art galleries, amazing lakes, highest mountains, nature parks & lot of Swedish moose to hunt. Sweden Embassy in Skopje, North Macedonia is one of the foreign representations to issue a Schengen visa. Sweden falls under Schengen area and tourists can visit 26 Schengen countries with Schengen Visa. Sweden. This blog discusses in detail on how to apply for a Schengen visa at Sweden Embassy in Skopje, North Macedonia

      Schengen Travel visa (2019) stats issued at Sweden Embassy in Skopje, North Macedonia


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      Sweden Embassy in Skopje






      Who can Apply for a Travel Visa from Sweden Embassy in Skopje, North Macedonia?

      Macedonia citizens who do not possess biometric passport and live in Macedonia applicants are eligible to apply for a Schengen visa from Sweden Embassy in Skopje. Embassy in Skopje has the right to evaluate the justification provided and to receive or not the visa applications. Sweden Embassy in Skopje has cooperation agreement with Vfs Global and they will collect visa application for Sweden and forward to the embassy.

      Location of Sweden Embassy in Skopje, North Macedonia

      8 Udarna Brigada 2,
      Skopje 1000,
      North Macedonia
      Website: https://www.swedenabroad.se/en/embassies/north-macedonia-skopje
      Email: [email protected]
      Phone: (+389) 23297880
      Timings: Monday-Friday 09:00 – 12:00
      Location: Sweden Embassy Skopje View on Google maps ->

      Visa Application Fee Structure for Sweden Embassy in Skopje, North Macedonia

      Application fee is collected on behalf of the Embassy of Sweden in North Macedonia.

      Visa TypeFee Eur
      Tourism Visa80 Eur
      Business Visa72.55 Eur
      Medical Treatment80 Eur
      Study VisaNo fee
      Sports and Cultural Events Visa80 Eur
      Transit Visa80 Eur
      Transport Visa80 Eur

      VFS Service Fee: 

      Applicants lodging the visa application at the Sweden Visa Application Centre, Amman also need to pay a VFS service charge of 42 Euro for customers applying at the visa application center.

      Visa Application Processing time

      The Embassy of Sweden decides Schengen visa applications within 15 -30 calendar days. Ensure you apply for a travel visa before 2 to 3 weeks.

      Schengen Visa Types issued by Sweden Embassy in Skopje, North Macedonia

      Short stay Schengen visas are issued for about 90 day or less depending the reasons for applying visa which are explained below. National visa is also issued which has the duration longer than 90 days.

      Visa Applicants can review below visa types and decide which one fits their purpose

      • Visitor/ TouristVisa- This visa is issues for tourism/vacation purposes
      • Business Visa- This visa is issues for professional/work related purposes
      • Family visa- This visa is issues for meeting family
      • Airport transit visa- This visa is used for transit
      • Medical visa- This visa is issued for receiving medical treatments
      • Schengen cultural visa- This visa for attending events
      • Study Visa – This visa is used for training or study purpose
      • Sports visa- This visa is issued for sports person



      How to File a Visa Application at Sweden Embassy in Skopje, North Macedonia

      Applying for travel Visa is a simple and quick if you keep the documents ready. Follow the steps below to apply for a tourist visa with no worries. You need to apply atleast 2 -3 weeks prior to travel date so that you give enough time for consulate to process your application

      Step 1: Complete Schengen Area Travel visa Application

      Applying for a Sweden Schengen Visa, your main destination should be Sweden. Fill the Schengen visa form and print the form and attach a photo. Note that these documents will be requested when submitting your visa application to the embassy or visa center.

      Step 2: Prepare for The Required Travel Visa Documents

      Keep the required supporting visa documents ready.

      1. Passport Photo
      2. Valid Passport
      3. Schengen Visa application form
      4. Return Ticket Flight Reservation Document
      5. Invitation letter
      6. Proof of Accommodation
      7. Schengen Insurance covering 30,000 euro
      8. Proof of financial means
      9. Address proof
      10. Employment certificate
      11. Marriage/ Birth certificate

      Step 3: Make an appointment with the Sweden Embassy in Skopje, North Macedonia or VFS visa center

      The appointments are made by contacting VFS Global, at +383 38 606 604 and for Kosovo 0900 111 222, Monday to Friday between 09.00 and 16.00. You can also do it by clicking Book an appointment link and filling the required details to get appointment with the embassy.

      Step 4: Attend Visa Interview at Sweden Embassy in Skopje

      Go through important visa interview question by clicking the link Schengen visa interview questions and prepare for it.

      Step 5: Collect Your Passport After Sweden Embassy Skopje Decision

      Once your visa application is decided by the Consulate General of Sweden, your passport will be returned to the visa application Centre or sent to you by You will be notified to collect your passport either in person or through a representative. In some cases, due to incomplete/insufficient supported documents provided, visa application can be rejected. If your Schengen Visa is rejected for some reason then you can re-apply Schengen Visa by following the article Help With Schengen Visa Rejection

      Final Thoughts:

      Apply Schengen Visa process at Sweden Consulate, Skopje North Macedonia is easy.. Holders of a new Schengen visa, or of a Schengen visa still valid, therefore, are not automatically allowed to enter Sweden and Schengen territory and must comply with the travel restrictions in force at Schengen level and at the level of the country of first entry into the Schengen area because of Covid pandemic. It is indeed the responsibility of each traveler to check the travel restrictions in place before departure