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Booking an appointment

You can book an appointment at a service point of the Finnish Immigration Service by using our appointment system. Instructions on how to book an appointment can be found below. For instructions on visiting a service point, see the pages Visiting a service point and Book an appointment at a service point.

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How to book an appointment at a service point of the Finnish Immigration Service

 

 

Book an appointment online at migri.fi/book-an-appointment.

 

 

 

 

Choose the category according to what you are applying for.

 

 

 

Choose the service according to what you are applying for.

 

 

 

Choose the service point you want to visit.

 

 

Choose and confirm the time slot.

 

 

Fill in the customer details.

 

 

Confirm the appointment.

 

 

You will receive a confirmation email or text message.

 

 

Save your appointment key and PIN code. You will need them to change or cancel your appointment.

A new part begins.

 

 

Are you submitting two separate applications?
Remember to book two appointments.

 

 

Would you like to leave your additional documents in the letter box of the service point? Or do you want ask about the status of your application?

You do not need an appointment.

The part ‘Will you bring your family with you?’ starts.

 

 

Will you bring your family with you?

 

 

If a family member is applying with you, select ‘For a family’. 

 

Enter the names of the family members who are coming with you to the service point. 

 

 

Choose the category for each family member according to what they are applying for.

 

 

 

Choose the service for each family member according to what they are applying for.

The part ‘Will you bring your family with you?’ ends.

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