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The Swedish MigrationBoard announced onTuesday 3 September that itwill grant permanentresidence permit to Syrianswho currently hold 3 yearstemporary residencepermits. This decision isbased on a re-assessmentof the security situation inSyria, which is now “extremeand marked by generalviolence”, the MigrationBoard said.Approximately 8,000 Syrianswill be able to apply for apermanent residencepermit. Since the beginningof 2012, 14.700 Syrians haveapplied for asylum inSweden, Sweden being oneof the main countries ofdestination of Syrian asylumseeker in the EU. About halfof them were grantedpermanent residencepermits while the other halfwas granted temporarypermits.Syrians holding permanentresidence permits will alsobe allowed to apply forfamily reunification.For further information:Migrationsverket (SwedishMigration Board), Nytträttsligt ställningstagandeom Syrien öppnar för flerpermanentauppehållstillstånd (New legalposition on Syria opens tomore residence permits) , 3September 2013The Local, Sweden offersresidency to all Syrianrefugees , 3 September 2013AIDA, Country ReportSweden – Treatment ofspecific nationalities

The Swedish Migration
Board announced on
Tuesday 3 September that it
will grant permanent
residence permit to Syrians
who currently hold 3 years
temporary residence
permits. This decision is
based on a re-assessment
of the security situation in
Syria, which is now “extreme
and marked by general
violence”, the Migration
Board said.
Approximately 8,000 Syrians
will be able to apply for a
permanent residence
permit. Since the beginning
of 2012, 14.700 Syrians have
applied for asylum in
Sweden, Sweden being one
of the main countries of
destination of Syrian asylum
seeker in the EU. About half
of them were granted
permanent residence
permits while the other half
was granted temporary
permits.
Syrians holding permanent
residence permits will also
be allowed to apply for
family reunification.
For further information:
Migrationsverket (Swedish
Migration Board), Nytt
rättsligt ställningstagande
om Syrien öppnar för fler
permanenta
uppehållstillstånd (New legal
position on Syria opens to
more residence permits) , 3
September 2013
The Local, Sweden offers
residency to all Syrian
refugees , 3 September 2013
AIDA, Country Report
Sweden – Treatment of
specific nationalities

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