In this webinar Robert Andersson, chief negotiator at SULF, talks about what is new regarding the changes in the Aliens Act and experiences of the cases we have encountered.
- How does the new rules for permanent residence permits affect me as a doctoral candidate or researcher?
- How does the new rules affect my family members?
- Can I still stay in Sweden if I am not granted a permanent residence permit?
- How should I navigate regarding the new regulations?
Also speaking in the webinar are two doctoral candidates. They speak about what it is like to go through the process of applying for and being granted long term resident status.
The Swedish Migration Agency is responsible for answering questions about how the new law affects you. It is also the Agency that makes all decisions about residence permits.
SULF can give individual advice about your situation if you have questions about matters of principle and which are closely linked to your employment. In general, in order to receive personal service from the trade union, you must have been a member for at least three months and the problem you have may not have arisen before you became a member.