FAQ - Frequently asked questions
International Citizen Hub Lund provide helpful information to international talents and their families, arrange relevant activities, and offer a warm environment in which to meet. On this webpage we have gathered some of the most frequently asked questions and their answers. We hope it will be helpful for you!
I recently moved to southern Sweden and want help in navigating the Swedish society and finding new friends. Where do I start?
Why do you have most of your events during the day?
We know that the timing of the events does not suit everyone, as they are planned for our main target group – partners/spouses to those working. We realise that the information given at the events are useful to those working as well and we do offer the more frequently visited events during late afternoon or evening hours.
I need to find a place to rent in southern Sweden. Can you help me?
We do not provide accommodation, but we know where to look for it:
We’re soon moving to southern Sweden and I am looking for a school for our children. Where do we start?
I need a pre-school application form for my children. How do I do if I am not a resident in Sweden yet?
I am looking for a job in the region as I recently moved here with my partner. Where do I enter the Swedish job market?
Can I join your job-program called Kick-Start Program?
I’m in the process of starting a business and I need support to do it a professional way. Could you help me?
I am an EU-citizen, do I have to contact the Swedish Migration Agency?
I want to know more about Lund University. Where can I find this?
I’ll be working in Copenhagen and living in Malmö and I have questions on taxation. Is this something you could help with?
Øresunddirekt in Malmö is dealing with cross-border questions such as yours and the tax office is represented there
I want to open a bank account, ideally with no transfer fees, can you help me?
What are the requirements for registering with you?
Everyone are welcome to register for our newsletter, there are no specific requirements, although the events and information provided focus on the needs of international employees and spouses/partners in southern Sweden.