Dual Citizenship Sweden
Swedish citizenship is based primarily on jus sanguinis (right of blood). This means that Swedish citizenship is acquired for those born to a Swedish parent.
Sweden is a member of the European Union. Accordingly, Swedish citizens can travel and reside freely in any of the countries that are a part of the EU.
Sweden permits dual citizenship. However, for those Swedish citizens born outside Sweden and who are citizens of another country, they will lose Swedish citizenship at age 22 unless approval is granted to retain citizenship. Typically, approval is granted if the person has a Swedish-born parent, the person lived in Sweden, or the person makes regular visits to Sweden.