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Sweden puts 'passport stamp' for Brits on hold

Brits in Sweden will have to apply for a passport stamp from the Migration Agency if there's a no-deal Brexit. Photo: Adam Wrafter/SvD/TT

Published: 22.Mar.2019 10:49 hrs

The application for a passport stamp for Brits that had been scheduled to open today has been delayed after the EU agreed to a Brexit extension, the Migration Agency told The Local.

Sweden has previously said that Brits and their family members will retain many of their current rights during a one-year grace period even in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

But Brits who plan to travel outside Sweden during this year have been advised to apply for a proof of their rights, in the form of a passport stamp issued by the Migration Agency.

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