Minister for Migration (Sweden)

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Minister for Migration
Migrationsminister
Lesser coat of arms of Sweden
Incumbent
Maria Malmer Stenergard
since 18 October 2022
Ministry of Justice
Member ofThe Government
SeatStockholm, Sweden
AppointerThe Prime Minister
Term lengthNo fixed term
serves at the pleasure of the Prime Minister
Formation1996
First holderPierre Schori
Website[1]

The Minister for Migration, (

member and minister of the Government of Sweden and is appointed by the Prime Minister. The minister is responsible for policies related to migration and asylum policies
.

List of officeholders

No. Portrait Minister
(Born–Died)
Tenure Political party
Cabinet
Took office Left office Duration
1 Pierre Schori
(born 1938)
22 March 1996 14 September 1999 3 years, 176 days Social Democrats
Persson
2 Maj-Inger Klingvall
(born 1946)
14 September 1999 16 November 2001 2 years, 63 days Social Democrats
3 Jan O. Karlsson
(1939–2016)
7 January 2002 10 October 2003 1 year, 276 days Social Democrats
4 Barbro Holmberg
(born 1952)
10 October 2003 6 October 2006 2 years, 361 days Social Democrats
5 Tobias Billström
(born 1973)
6 October 2006 3 October 2014 7 years, 362 days Moderate
Reinfeldt
6 Morgan Johansson
(born 1970)
3 October 2014 27 July 2017 2 years, 297 days Social Democrats
Löfven I
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Heléne Fritzon
(born 1960)
27 July 2017 21 January 2019 1 year, 178 days Social Democrats
(6) Morgan Johansson
(born 1970)
21 January 2019 30 November 2021 2 years, 313 days Social Democrats
Löfven III
8 Anders Ygeman
(born 1970)
30 November 2021 18 October 2022 322 days Social Democrats
Andersson
9 Maria Malmer Stenergard
(born 1981)
18 October 2022 1 year, 129 days Moderate Party
Kristersson

Ministry history

The office of Minister for Migration has been under several different ministries since its founding in 1996.

Ministry Term
Ministry for Foreign Affairs 1996–2006
Ministry of Justice 2006–present