The Swedish Embassy in Washington, DC offers a special consular service by using a mobile photo station that enables Swedish citizens to apply for regular passports at a number of Swedish Consulates in the U.S.
The mobile passport station will be in Houston on March 20 – 22, 2018. To request an appointment please email firstname.lastname@example.org or you can call (713) 953-1417.
You need to provide the following information for your reservation:
- Full name of all applicants
- Personal Number (personnummer) or coordination number
- Resident status in the U.S.
- Swedish passport expiration date
- Daytime phone number and email address
- Preferred time and date
- Deposit of $ 50 per applicant by check or credit card payment. This will be deducted from the total charge.
Bring the following to your appointment:
- Your old Swedish Passport
- Other ID such as US Driver’s license
- Visa or Green Card
- Certificate of Naturalization if you are a US citizen
- Remaining payment of $ 125 by credit card, check or cash. Total charge is $ 175 including fedex fee.
For Children please bring:
- Guardian Certificate signed by both parents
- Birth Certificate
- Marriage License of the parents
Celebrate Lucia with us and enjoy Swedish traditional treats such as glögg, pepparkakor, lussekatter, home made vört bread with ham, meatballs, lemonade, coffee…
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 10 2017 from 4:00 PM — 6:30 PM
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SACC-Houston cordially invites you, your spouse and business associates to our annual holiday party!
Enjoy the company of dear SACC-friends and prime traditional Swedish cuisine and glögg by the Scandinavian chef SørenPedersen.
Date & Time
Thursday December 7, 2017
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The Swedish Club Annual Christmas Traditions featuring Lucia and her Procession on Saturday December 2, 2017 at First Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1311 Holman St, Houston (same venue as last year!) Read here for details.
November 14 at 1 pm in House of Sweden, Washington DC
The event will be live streamed and available at: YouTube.com/EmbassyofSweden
ASK your questions on Twitter with #SWEnobelUSA
Physics “for decisive contributions to the LIGO detector and the observation of gravitational waves” Kip S. Thorne (in attendance), Barry C. Barish, and Rainer Weiss (in attendance)
Chemistry “for developing cryo-electron microscopy for the high-resolution structure determination of biomolecules in solution” Jacques Dubochet, Joachim Frank (in attendance), and Richard Henderson
Physiology or Medicine “for their discoveries of molecular mechanisms controlling the circadian rhythm” Jeffrey C. Hall, Michael Rosbash (in attendance), and Michael W. Young (in attendance)
Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences “for his contributions to behavioral economics” Richard H. Thaler (in attendance)
Moderator: Dr. Alan I. Leshner
The Nobel committee, announcing the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences in Stockholm, said that it was honoring Professor Thaler for his pioneering work in establishing that people are predictably irrational. The committee credited Professor Thaler for moving economics toward a more realistic understanding of human behavior. “In order to do good economics, you have to keep in mind that people are human,” Professor Thaler said at a news conference after the prize was announced.
The Norwegian Nobel Committee has decided to award the Nobel Peace Prize for 2017 to the “International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons”. The group, a Geneva-based coalition of disarmament activists, was honored for its efforts to advance the negotiations that led to the treaty, which was reached in July at the United Nations.
“The organization is receiving the award for its work to draw attention to the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of any use of nuclear weapons and for its groundbreaking efforts to achieve a treaty-based prohibition of such weapons,” the Norwegian Nobel Committee said in a statement.
The Nobel Prize in Literature 2017 was awarded to English novelist Kazoo Ishiguro, known for his spare yet emotionally resonate prose style and his inventive subversion of literary genres,
Mr. Ishiguro is best known for his novels “The Remains of the Day,” about a butler serving an English lord in the years leading up to World War II.
September 9 2018 there is a general election to the ‘Riksdag’, ‘kommun’ and
‘landsting’ (parliament, city and county) in Sweden. Swedish citizens living
abroad can vote in the election for ‘Riksdag’ (parliament) at the Swedish
consulate in Houston.
-If you have lived abroad for less than 10 years (or have extended your
right to vote within the last 10 years) you will receive a ‘röstkort’
(voting card) about 2 months before the election. You only have to make sure
that Skatteverket has your correct home address.
-If you have lived abroad for more than 10 years you must apply to keep the
right to vote. See:
The Swedish institute and the Swedish Film institute will celebrate the
Swedish film director Ingmar Bergman who in 2018 was born 100 years ago.
The Swedish consulate in Houston will join the celebrations somehow. More
info to follow!