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  • • Negative COVID-19 PCR, LAMP or antigen test, conducted no more than 48 hours before entry
    - Cross-border workers must present a test up to one week old
    - The test certificate must be in Swedish, English, Norwegian, or Danish and must contain the traveler's name, test time, test type, test result and details of who issued the certificate

    • The following categories are exempt:
    - Swedish citizens and registered residents
    - Travelers under 18
    - Transport staff
    - Those traveling for urgent family reasons

    • There are no quarantine requirements

  • • Government offices are operating normally

    • Applicants are advised to submit biometric data at a consular post, where these are still open, to ensure their applications progress despite current entry restrictions; this ensures expedited incountry processing once entry restrictions are lifted; applicants are advised to check availability of consular posts below (1) Travel Restrictions

    • Until 31 May, entry ban for travelers from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) except:
    - EEA nationals or nationals of Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, Switzerland, or Vatican City, and their close family members;
    - Sweden/EU permanent residents; Sweden/EEA residence permit holders; or travelers holding a long-term visa issued by Sweden, an EEA country, of Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, Switzerland, or Vatican City; and their close family members;
    - UK nationals and their family members with EU residence rights under the Withdrawal Agreement;
    - Residents of Australia, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore, South Korea;
    - Highly-skilled workers whose work cannot be postponed or performed remotely;
    - Individuals in transit;
    - Students;
    - Essential staff, including healthcare, transport and cross-border workers; and those with urgent travel purposes; among limited other exceptions detailed on the site below (2)

    • Entry from inside the EU/Schengen Area is once again permitted for non-residents

    • Swedish border police are checking inbound travel across the Swedish-Norwegian, the Swedish/Finnish borders and on the Swedish side of the Öresund Bridge which connects Sweden and Denmark

    • Exit restrictions may apply, check the site below (3) for further updates (1) (2 (3)
  • What services can be offered?

    • Virtual, with limited face-to-face interaction

    • Lease checks

    • Check in/out: prior to move-in, the unit has been pre-inspected; latest health or medical certification of all incoming occupants which will state that occupant/s was never a suspected or probable case individual/s and has never been identified as positive COVID-19 case individual/s, if identified, submit result of negative RT-PCR as per DOH standard; mandatory wearing of facemask, body temperature screening and use of foot bath

    • Negotiations

    • Timelines (normal)

    • Market availability; mobility is limited to verify available properties

    • Additionally:

    • Needs assessment calls

    • Share housing market information

    • Share sample properties online

    • Conduct lease contract reviews and negotiation

    • Coordinate and assist in utilities set-up such as internet and cable

    • Provide school information

    • Coordinate temporary housing bookings

    • Provide information on bank accounts opening requirements

    • Provide information on local registration requirements

  • • Normal services continue

  • • Normal services continue

    • High schools and universities remain closed
  • No information to report at this time

  • • Normal service
  • Household Goods

    Survey (Video/In-person)
    • Yes, both

    Packing/Delivery Services (After Customs Clearance) Available?
    • Yes

    Freight Availability/Cost
    • Air: Normal services but high rates
    • Sea: Normal services but high rates

    Road Availability
    • Normal services

    Can packing/delivery take place without customer, or nominated representative?
    • Yes

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