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Giving birth in Sweden

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byke
post 9.Jan.2012, 10:34 PM
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Location: Europe
Joined: 28.Oct.2008

I would like to ask the OP if her plans are relating to citizenship hopes for a child born on Swedish soil?
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JulieLou40
post 9.Jan.2012, 10:39 PM
Post #17
Location: Luleå
Joined: 19.Oct.2009

...If that's the case, the OP will be disappointed, won't she? Unless her partner is Swedish...doesn't sound like it though...
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Sireen
post 10.Jan.2012, 08:21 AM
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Joined: 9.Jan.2012

Thank you all, dont worry i just asked to know the options, because i might be in Sweden, but the probability is very low, it is almost 0%.
Thank you.
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Puffin
post 10.Jan.2012, 01:06 PM
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Location: Dalarna
Joined: 5.Apr.2006

QUOTE (7 @ 9.Jan.2012, 10:25 PM) *
this has got to be a wind up

yep - can't think that anyone would take this so lightly
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Mpf
post 10.Jan.2012, 03:18 PM
Post #20
Location: Stockholm
Joined: 5.Jul.2006

How many many weeks would you be when you arrive in Sweden?
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Monikat
post 8.Feb.2012, 09:51 PM
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Joined: 8.Feb.2012

Hi, I'm interested in this topic too, can anyone advise what would be the case for an EU citizen, currently resident in the UK, who would move to Sweden about 2, 3 months before the due date? (by car smile.gif )

I've been trying to find exact information on the Internet but feel overwhelmed by the confusing things I've been reading. huh.gif unsure.gif

Any particular info on the S2 or how long it would take to register my right of residence as a self-sufficient person, and if that will entitle me to subsidised healthcare or not...? etc.

Thanks a lot for any info you may have to help with this!
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johnjohn
post 8.Feb.2012, 10:03 PM
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Joined: 10.Dec.2010

As a self sufficient person do you mean you have a pension or guaranteed income. You must also have your own health insurance.
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Monikat
post 9.Feb.2012, 01:49 PM
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Joined: 8.Feb.2012

I have some savings and my husband is planning to get a job there. This would be just for the first year or so, in the long run I want to get back into the job market.

Is there a Swedish insurance company that offers private health insurance for foreigners without a person number? Could I apply for one in English, maybe online or is it best to go for an international one? Any suggestions much appreciated! mellow.gif
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Sofia_stockholm
post 10.Feb.2012, 11:56 AM
Post #24
Location: Stockholm
Joined: 12.Nov.2007

QUOTE (Monikat @ 8.Feb.2012, 09:51 PM) *
Hi, I'm interested in this topic too, can anyone advise what would be the case for an EU citizen, currently resident in the UK, who would move to Sweden about 2, 3 months ... (show full quote)

If it is just a matter of two or three months I would much rather have stayed back in the UK till the baby was born.

In the UK you can be reasonably confident that the staff in delivery speaks decent English. Most Swedes do read and write English, but not all speak it very well. In delivery in Sweden you normally have access to nurses and a midwife who share her attention between multiple patients. A nurse does not necessarily speak good English as he/she has not studied it for terribly long.

Having spent time in hospital both in the UK and in Sweden I must say I'd much rather do it here (as a native Swedish speaker) where I can speak my own language. Given a choice between the UK and say Germany I'd much rather choose the UK since I'm more confident in English than German.
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*AIDA IRFAN*
post 24.Aug.2014, 04:54 PM
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i have a question ,i am from Pakistan and i have Polish (Eu)wife .we are planning to settle in sweden and she is pregnant from 6 months .can some one will advise us that which benefit we will get ,do our child will get citizenship if my wife deliver baby in sweden and also what is working condition there .i am professional in travel and tourism industry (6 years )and also have 4 years of experience of hair dresser for mens.
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skogsbo
post 24.Aug.2014, 05:07 PM
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Joined: 20.Sep.2011

QUOTE (AIDA IRFAN @ 24.Aug.2014, 04:54 PM) *
i have a question ,i am from Pakistan and i have Polish (Eu)wife .we are planning to settle in sweden and she is pregnant from 6 months .can some one will advise us that which ... (show full quote)

I would worry about this, once you cleared the first hurdle of even getting in Sweden and residency? Unless she has work already here? Or a lot of money to support herself and you?
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LLHope
post 24.Aug.2014, 06:09 PM
Post #27
Location: Stockholm
Joined: 1.Jan.2014

QUOTE (AIDA IRFAN @ 24.Aug.2014, 03:54 PM) *
do our child will get citizenship if my wife deliver baby in Sweden

No.
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Capnbooboo
post 10.Oct.2015, 04:18 PM
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Joined: 10.Oct.2015

QUOTE (LLHope @ 24.Aug.2014, 07:09 PM) *
No.



QUOTE (Case officer @ 10.Oct.2015, 01:12 PM) *
You must have a Swedish residence permit to live in Sweden.

She is married to a eu citizen, this means they have the right to reside in the country and get subsides if it's part of the eu, people forget what benefits a country gets for joining the eu, tsk tsk tsk, it's all called euroupe, swden, Norway, Greece, germany etc are in euroupe, the cultures and traditions are reserved in the people, the natives still have special benefits on many levels like they can work for police, military and run for office which requires more loyalty, Sweden is not a nai country basing their identity on appearance, it's a Scandinavian country with Scandinavian history, culture and customs like other countries that attract foregners as much as other countries do, accept islamic countries ofcourse, you have to be a Muslim to live in these countries and if breaking a law they kick you out to europe from what I see, many do, been gay is illegal in a religious country based on sharia law but not I sweden or Spain etc, but touching a girls undies I swden during a hot French kissing session can cost a guy 4k and jail time because it's considered rape while gang rape victims get away with it all if a 15 year old looked old enough to handle the hood, hey what do I know I just want to be happy.

I think the problem with the op is she told people she is in Israel, she should of said she is married to a brit and hid Israel from the forum since stereotyping is more comfortable for those hiding in a confirm zone with guns and shaved heads reading niem kun-t. After all they are that scared of Jews Becuase the bible tells us no one could get rid of them or god., anyway, we are all entitled to our opinion, mine is she should of just concealed Israel from the thread, nuff of the religious geopolitical mumble jumbo, she has the same rights I do entering Sweden and having children, maybe she is also blonde smile.gif
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manindemaan
post 10.Oct.2015, 10:48 PM
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Joined: 28.Jul.2015

QUOTE (Capnbooboo @ 10.Oct.2015, 05:18 PM) *
She is married to a eu citizen, this means they have the right to reside in the country and get subsides if it's part of the eu, people forget what benefits a country gets ... (show full quote)



what?
Just because you are EU citizen it doesn't mean you are entitled to social benefits in any other EU country besides the one where you are from. All those countries have some requirements that have to be fulfilled even for other EU citizens...
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