The police may grant applications for a permanent residence permit. Still, if the conditions are not met, or it is unclear whether they are met, the police must send the application for a permanent residence permit to UDI.
If the application for a permanent residence permit is sent to UDI, the police must renew your temporary residence permit if the conditions for this permit are met. This is done so that you have a valid residence permit while you wait for the application for permanent residence to be processed by UDI. If the police have granted you a temporary permit and sent your application for permanent residence to UDI, you will not receive the messages described in points 3 and 4.
When your application reaches UDI, we will notify you by email or SMS.
When your application is first in line, it will be considered. When UDI has made a decision, you will be notified by UDI or the police. If you have given any power of attorney in your case, this person will always receive the answer and must inform you.