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2020.08.26 17:24 racquarelliNew to Sweden, need some clarification about next visa steps?
My fiance and I recently moved to Uppsala, with a residence permit acceptance for both of us (for his schooling, I am here as his partner.) We have an appointment at Migrationsverket to have our photos and fingerprints taken, and then they will mail our residence permit cards to our Swedish address. I know then once we have our cards, we need to go to Skatteverket to get our personnummer and ID cards. Two questions I have now in regards to this: 1. Do we need to make an appointment at Skatteverket? I cannot figure if there is a need, how to make an appointment on their website. 2. Is there anymore that needs to be done for the time being? Our permit is valid for one year, so I know it will need to be renewed down the line. Separately, I have some prescriptions I am worried I may run out of before we get our personnummer. Is it possible to get medicine without it? One is just a birth control, the other is an antidepressant. Thank you!
2019.11.20 15:56 raisedbyatrexDoes anyone have their ID Card (the yellow one) last longer than their Residence Card (the pink one)?
(Since I was a NonEU student from Italy at the time this took place, I could enter Sweden without needing a Swedish visa) I went to Skatteverket applying for family reunion to an EU citizen (my husband is Swedish, but since we lived together in another EU country, he could "technically" qualify as an EU citizen). Thanks to this, I got my Swedish ID card and personnummer pretty much before I got my sambo visa. This card expires on 2023. I was unfortunately rejected for a sambo visa but I got a job eventually and now I have a work permit visa. This visa/work permit card lasts only until 2021. If I got a work permit, work uppehålltillstånd, then Skatteverket ID, would my ID issued only have been valid until 2021 or is it the default of SV to issue it for 5 years regardless of a work visa or family reunion visa?
2019.07.23 17:46 0caroline0Signing Up for Mobile Plan in Sweden
I'm a master's student coming to Lund from the U.S. I'm planning to bring an unlocked iPhone with me and will need to get a mobile plan (mostly texting and data). A friend recommended Hallon as a cheap option for students, but I saw that online they require a personnummer to sign up for a mobile subscription. My program is only 1 year, so I won't have a personnummer. Any suggestions for a good (cheap) mobile plan that won't require a personnummer? Also, do different mobile carriers cover different geographies? I plan on doing a good bit of traveling, so if my plan was valid throughout the EU that would be great. However, if Sweden-only coverage is much cheaper, then I can probably make do without EU coverage when I travel. Any suggestions or recommendations appreciated!
2019.04.08 18:54 dtgmcswagginRANT: Postnord just rejected my Swedish Passport
I just went to PostNord to pick up the new football boots that I ordered online. I showed them my Postnord ticket and the clerk asked for ID at which point I gave her my Swedish passport, which does have a coordination number as I just moved back to Sweden and was not born here. After 30 mins of deliberation, she rejected my passport and told me that she couldn't give me my package. I was informed that my passport was not valid as they could not identify it as being a "real" passport (the passport is from 2016 and expires in 2 years). I just got my new personnummer in the mail and showed them that as well, and a lady in line had seen a coordination number like mine and pointed it out to them, they still refused. I finally asked them what I could show, and they simply shrugged. I wasn't even mad to be honest, just so puzzled.
2018.09.22 05:10 Boi415Feeling suicidal in Uppsala is a bad idea.
I'm a student in Uppsala and have been here for almost 4 years. On a good day, I suffer from major depression, anxiety attacks, night terrors and hypnopompic hallucinations. I haven't been to the doctor yet. Today I have been as close as I have ever been to suicide. I had my note left on the nightstand, and I was ready. But I decided to go to the hospital instead. So I went to Akademiska Sjukhuset by bus at 00.30 in the night. Pretty awkward on the way meeting two drunk friends and having to smile and make small talk, but I made it. I get in to Adult Psychiatric emergencies (number 12), ring the doorbell, I wait about 10 min and they let me in. "I need to talk to a doctor right away.", I say. There's two people in there, a guy and a woman. The guy asks me if it's an emergency, I say yes. He asks for details, and I tell him my symptoms while just managing to avoid having a breakdown right there. I tell him I'm suicidal. He can clearly see I'm struggling. He asks for my ID, and I give to him. "Det ser fejk ut", he says to the woman. I just awkwardly laugh and brush it off, told him I put it in the washing machine by mistake and it looks like that now. Everything was perfectly visible on it, it was just bent. He asks for some other ID. "Uh... I don't really have anything, can I just give you my personnummer?". Nope, I needed an ID. I ask if my nation card is OK. It wasn't. "Yeah sorry, you need to have a valid ID card". I told him it IS valid, and I'm from a country in the European Union and my national ID card has been fine for everything else in Sweden, including getting care at the hospital (last year, for a broken finger). He wouldn't have it. I was starting to panic at this point, I told him I have papers at home (my residence permit, acceptance letter from the university, my personnumer paper from Skatteverket...). I told him I can bring them, but none of them have my picture on it, so I asked if he would accept those. He said yes. Then I immediately knew EXACTLY how I would feel when I got home and closed the door behind me, with nothing but a suicide note waiting for me. Defeat. Despair. Every day for the past five months I have been promising myself that I would go to a doctor, and every day I went to bed hoping I never wake up. It took a lot out of me to get myself to the doctor, and now I had to go back empty-handed. I just smile and ask... "can't I please see someone before I go?" No. You need an ID. I didn't make any fuss, I just went. At home, it was as I suspected, but I was also angry. I wanted to add to the end of the suicide note that I sought help but was denied. That would show him. But then I realized that neither of those two would give a shit even if they knew it was me. I got my papers and went back... it was now half past two in the night. They look at my papers. Hmmm... they're from 2014? Yes, I came here in 2014. Why didn't you get a passport since then? I don't need one, I don't travel outside the EU, and it would cost me 2500 kr and at least two trips to Stockholm. "Well... I don't know what to do." he says. The woman suggests he put my personnummer in the computer. He does, and asks me my address. I tell him. "That's correct", he says. Didn't know it was a test. Your phone number? I give him my phone number. "That's not correct". Wat. " I changed my phone number some time ago". He asks me if I remember my old phone number, I say no. "Sorry, can't help you then". I look through my phone hoping I saved my old phone number somewhere, but I didn't. "Isn't this the emergency ward?! Well, I have an emergency!!!", I told him. I was really close to breaking down at this point. "Yes, it is, but we need to follow the rules! If you just paid the fee and got a passport you wouldn't be having this problem right now!". He then actually asked me why don't I just go get a passport. I told him I have left the house 5 times in past three months, I'm not going to get a passport. "I understand you" he kept saying. Sure...I told him I'd go out and call my girlfriend to see if she has my old phone number. She didn't. I was really panicking now. I called 112, I started crying. Told them I'm suicidal and right outside the hospital psychiatric emergency ward and they won't let me in. She said she's in charge of the ambulance service and I don't need an ambulance, but she can make a call and try to help. After I hung up, I had my breakdown. I was just crying outside feeling helpless, and desperate. Earlier during the day I couldn't stop thinking "I want to die." ... now I couldn't stop thinking "I just want to live." The guy comes out after a few minutes and finds me crying. He tells me I can come in. So I do, and I sit down, and he says someone will be with me soon. So I wait there, crying. After a while the same guy comes out and says "yeah sorry I really tried, but since we cannot verify your identity you will have to pay the full cost of seeking help here. That is 8000 kr. If you are who you say you are, then you will be covered by insurance and get your money back." I told him I don't have 8000 kr right now, I had 12.000 a few days ago but I just paid the rent. "Sorry..." He suggested I seek help at vårdcentralen instead. Is it open now? No. "You said you have a girlfriend. You should be with her, then. She can take care of you". I asked if I can stay for a few moments before I go so I can stop crying. He graciously allowed me to. I was there for a while, crying my eyes out. Not because I was suicidal, but because I felt like a worthless piece of shit that no one cared about. The man and the woman in charge there didn't care at all. They just went about their business. Didn't even offer a napkin. They were just glad I was out of their hair. I googled "sjävmord hjälplinje" and found a few phone numbers, but none of them worked at this time of night (even though two of them said they were 24/7. I tried the chat at https://chat.mind.se/ . It was closed. I had to wait one hour waiting for the buss to take me back home. Now I'm home, writing this. Don't know what to do next. If Uppsala Kommun has a plan for suicide prevention, it's clearly a massive failure. The only person who wasn't acting like nothing more than a machine was the woman that was in charge of the ambulance service, on the phone. She sounded like she actually cared. Update: Thank you everyone for your help and comments. Just to clarify, I did go to number 12. This is why I called 112 and told them between tears and sobs that I have no idea where to turn to next - Akademiska number 12 is THE place to go to if you're having a breakdown. The episode is now over so I feel "normal" again, but I just know that any slight setback in my life can trigger this again, so I need help ASAP. On Monday I will go to Vårdcentralen and hope that they will take better care of me. I also swear that I will write a letter of complaint to Akademiska Sjukhuset AND report this to IVO. Thank you so much for letting me know where I can turn to. I feel like I have been mistreated and I had no idea where to even begin looking for answers into fixing this for other people: I do not want anyone else to have a night like mine. Update 2: The IVO form requests that I fist contact Akademiska / patientnämden, so I wanted to do that. I got a short answer saying that they will forward the contents of this thread to Akademiska and I should expect an answer by letter in four weeks. Their office is closed for today, but I will call again tomorrow because they have not even told me what this letter will contain, no one has asked me for any additional information (for example, an exact timeline), and also I wanted direct contact, NOT one single letter sent by mail one month after the fact. On the vårdcentral front, things are absolute shit. I went straight to Flogsta vårdcentralen but they told me that the psychologist has moved to another address. So today I went there and they refused to do anything with me because I didn't have an appointment. No appointment, no help. I wanted to MAKE an appointment then but they couldn't. I was told I NEED to do it by phone. Fine. So, I called vårdcentralen at 11.30 and went through the answering machine. It said that I will be called today at 16.38. At 16:45 I get a call. I was literally holding the phone in my hand, so I answered immediately as it started ringing. They hung up. Call was active for 3s, I said hello, they didn't say anything, they just hung up. I waited a few seconds to see if they call again, and when they didn't I sent an SMS requesting that they call again. At 16:50 I called back, got the same answering machine, it just said "There are no more appointments available" and it hung up. If you press 9 to hear information in English, THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO WAY TO SPEAK TO A HUMAN BEING WHEN YOU CALL VÅRDCENTRALEN. This option is ONLY available if you listen to the answering machine in Swedish. Absolute bullshit. I'm trying again first thing in the morning.
2016.11.27 18:50 PartyDoctorSambo visa was approved, partner split with me shortly after
Hey, Last October, I applied for a sambo visa, but due to the immigration issues, it took a full year for the visa to be approved. After it was approved, a month or two later, she told me that the feelings she had for me had dropped off and she wasn't as interested in me. Regardless of the reasons why she isn't interested in me, the visa is still technically valid as it was approved, correct? How does this work and can I still use the visa to at least move to Sweden temporarily until I can find a job or something else? Since the sambo visa granted the right to work, and live in Sweden for two years. Some help understanding the current situation I am in, would be really helpful, as I am not so sure what I can and can't do. I have been trying to search Migrationsverket's website, but I can't find any info on what happens if something like this were to occur. Thanks EDIT: For minor spelling mistakes because SAMBA = Windows File Sharing and not a partner. :D EDIT2: I am still in the US and have not been to Sweden since the application was approved. EDIT3: About Skatterverket, do I need the residency card immediately at the time of presenting myself to them to obtain a personnummer? Or can I show them the proof of the letter that they sent regarding the details on the approval of my status - would that be sufficient?
2015.03.29 21:09 chef_baboonNeed advice as non-EU citizen purchasing car in Germany
Hey everyone, I am a US citizen who lived in Berlin with my girlfriend (German citizen) for 2 years under a study visa. I moved to Sweden for grad school last year and have a valid residence permit there (SE). I will write my MSc thesis in Denmark, and due to the expensive housing I am looking to purchase a vehicle in Germany and live out of that for a few months. I am in Berlin now visiting, and have found many suitable vans around here. My concerns lie in the registration and insurance processes involved. Will I be asked for a valid residence permit when I go to the Kraftfahrzeugzulassungsstelle to register the car? I can provide the meldebescheinigung, but my study permit has since expired. It seems I can't import the car to SE or DK (no CPpersonnummer), so my only option is to keep it registered and insured in DE. I plan to only spend 5 months in DK, so importing the vehicle isn't required. Any info, experiences, or advice is highly appreciated! Many thanks in advance.
2014.04.27 20:38 PokemasterTTHow do I get these things that I need for a gym membership?
http://no.fitness24seven.com/teckna-medlemskap/ For medlemskap trenger du norsk personnummer (alt. D-nummer) og gyldig norsk ID-kort. Gyldig norsk ID-kort må fremvises når du henter ut medlemskortet ditt. To subscribe to a direct debit membership you need a valid Norwegian ID card as well as a Norwegian personal identity number (alt. D-number). The valid Norwegian ID card must be presented when you collect your membership card.