On Monday morning, there were roughly 40 young asylum seekers seated in the middle of Stockholm's Mynttorget square, between the Royal Palace and Parliament.
Yahya, one of the organisers of the sit-in, explained that they had been demonstrating since yesterday morning, and had stayed out all night.
We want one chance. The Swedish government can make a decision for our future.
The protesters are calling on the director general of the Migration Agency, Mikael Ribbenvik, to put an end to the deportations.
In a letter addressed to the Agency, the protesters suggested there is a double standard between different Swedish government agencies.
The Ministry for Foreign Affairs advises against all travel to Afghanistan, whereas the Migration Agency continues to return Afghan asylum seekers.
Annette Granström, the legal guardian of an unaccompanied 16-year-old Afghan asylum seeker, joined the sit-in.
"My guy from Afghanistan has been here for two years. We still don't know if he can stay," she said. "It's really awful; we can't treat people like this. He speaks Swedish now and has his whole life here. The government has to sort this out somehow, because this is crazy."
Last October, the Swedish and Afghan governments signed an agreement on removing failed asylum seekers from Sweden.
This June, the Migration Agency announced that although Afghan national security had recently deteriorated, each case would continue to be assessed individually.