Normally, Swedish citizens with documentation issues would have to go to the embassy in Washington; the country’s new passports have biometric features and require an in-person visit.
But next month, Sweden’s embassy is bringing this service to its citizens through a mobile passport service handled through the local honorary consulate in Atlanta.
Those interested in applying for a passport must send an email request to email@example.com with the subject, “Atlanta Appointment Request.” They will receive a response message delineating the time and place of the visit.
The passport station will be in Atlanta Oct. 26-27, and the honorary consulate advises early signups, as it anticipates high demand for the service.
More information on how to apply can be found here.
Sweden’s honorary consul in Atlanta is Mikael Norin.
Address and other contact details are available at https://www.globalatlanta.com/view/directory/entry/117.