One of the decisions that is being criticised now is that Syrians will not be able to apply for family reunion at the new embassy that is being set up in Lebanon.
"It's absurd. The place that is closest, you can't apply from," says Anders Sundquist at the organisation the Swedish Refugee Advice Centre.
Several other EU-countries allow Syrians to be interviewed at their embassies in Lebanon, and Syrians who have an appointment at such an embassy will get a short-term entry visa into Lebanon so they can get to their interviews.
But the Swedish Foreign Ministry has decided that Syrians will only be allowed to be interviewed at Swedish embassies in five countries where Syrians need an ordinary visa to enter. And the Swedish Foreign Ministry has decided that its embassies will not issue letters to certify that people have embassy appointments.
Syrians are allowed to travel to several countries without a visa, such as Sudan or Iran. But from there, they cannot apply for family reunion in Sweden.
According to the Migration Agency's forecast a change in the Foreign Ministry rules could make a big difference in the number of family members who come to Sweden.