Support for Asylum Seekers
We work to ensure that the asylum process is legally certain and that everyone who seeks asylum is treated with humanity and dignity.
As a complement to authorities, we provide neutral information about which rules apply and what might be good for you to think about in your case. We can provide information on:
- The rules according to Swedish and international legislation.
- How the asylum process works.
- What options are available after the end of the asylum process.
If the assignment concerns a specific person, we only work on behalf of that person.
Information we need from you
When you contact us, you need to be able to tell us:
- Has the person applied for asylum?
- Is it a so-called Dublin case?
- Who is the applicant (man, woman, unaccompanied minor or family)?
- Where in the process is the asylum seeker?
- Which country is the asylum seeker from?
- What grounds for asylum are invoked?
- Is there a public counsel?
- What help is desired by the Swedish Red Cross? If the Migration Agency/migration court has rejected the application: On what date was the application rejected?
- Has the decision been appealed?
- Are there new circumstances or reasons for asylum that were not previously invoked?