You can become a Swedish citizen through:
notification (children, young adults aged 18-20 and Nordic citizens).
You can also become a Swedish citizen automatically through
legitimisation (marriage of parents)
Becoming a Swedish citizen by application (naturalisation)
Naturalisation means that a person becomes a Swedish citizen by applying for Swedish nationality. If you wish to become a Swedish citizen by application, you must meet the following requirements:
You must be able to prove your identity (proof of identity requirement).
You must be at least 18 years of age 18 (age requirement). You must have a permanent residence permit. or - if you are a citizen of the European Economic Area (EEA) - a permanent right of residence. This does not apply to citizens of the Nordic countries. For citizens of the EEA countries, limited residence permits of at least five years’ duration are equated with a Swedish permanent residence right.
You must been living in Sweden for at least five years, or for at least four years if you are stateless or a refugee. If you are a Danish, Finnish, Icelandic or Norwegian citizen, two years will suffice (duration of stay requirement).
You must have a clean record in Sweden (good conduct requirement).
When you apply for Swedish citizenship, the Migration Board collects data about you from the enforcement service (debts), the Social Insurance Office (maintenance/alimony debts), the National Police Board (crimes or suspected offences) and the Swedish Security Service (security checks). The Migration Board is the body that considers applications for Swedish citizenship and takes decisions. Applying for Swedish citizenship costs SEK 1,500.
You must have been living in Sweden for a certain amount of time (duration of stay principle)The duration of stay principle means that you must have been resident in Sweden for at least five consecutive years, or four consecutive years if you are stateless or a refugee. In certain circumstances, a shorter period may be allowed. If you are a citizen of one of the other Nordic countries, you must only have lived in Sweden for two years.http://www.migration....se/english.jsp
все же полгода какой-то нереальный срок.
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