Living in Sweden often means registering and paying taxes on salary and other income. A civil registration in Sweden is required for most persons who intend to stay in Sweden for more than one year.
To be registered in the Swedish Population Register means that you have a personal identity number and that you are registered as living at a certain address and property.
As a Swedish resident, you can obtain a Swedish identity card, ID card, from the Swedish Tax Agency.
Individuals living in Sweden are liable to pay income tax on all incomes. Find information on how to submit your income tax return.
There are things that are important to know when you have become a parent. Read about personal identity number, custody and citizenship.
Let the guide Flytta help you when you’re about to move to Sweden to work
This guide is intended for anyone who is thinking about moving to Sweden for work and who is living in a country outside the EU or EEA. If you answer the questions on the website you will receive your own personal guide for how to go about things and what you have to do when you’ve received a job offer. The guide will take you the whole way up to actually living and working in Sweden.