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Telephone service

Before you call us


Read the website carefully. Our website gives answers to the most common questions.


Use the Processing Time Checker to find out how long the processing of your application will approximately take. Our telephone service cannot give you a more accurate estimate.


Make sure that you have all the information you will need during the phone call:

  • your customer number or date of birth
  • other necessary information about your matter, for example:
    • what application you are referring to
    • when and where you submitted the application
    • the supplement request or another document that the Finnish Immigration Service has sent to you, about which you have a question

Check the processing time of your application

Select the application you submitted.

You will receive a decision on your application approximately on
The processing of your application will take
There are
applications in the queue

Who can get information?

We can only give information about applications to our customers and their legal representatives, and only if we can verify that the person has the right to access the applicant’s information.

If you are calling from outside Finland, leave out the first zero and replace it with the country code +358.

Customer service number

Service hours: Monday to Friday between 9 and 15*

Subject-specific service numbers

Service hours: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday between 10 and 11

Call cost

If you call any number of the Finnish Immigration Service you need to pay a local network charge when you call from a landline telephone, or a mobile telephone charge when you call from a mobile phone. International call charges depend on the pricing of mobile phone operators in each country.

Due to technical reasons, it is unfortunately impossible to queue for our service numbers.

We record our calls.

*The telephone service is not open on official holidays. On the following days it closes at 12:00 (noon):

  • Maundy Thursday (before Easter)
  • the day before May Day (30 April)
  • the day before Midsummer Eve
  • the day before Christmas Eve (23 December)
  • New Year’s Eve (31 December)