Here you can print or order a population registration certificate. A population registration certificate is an extract from the Swedish Population Register. It shows the information recorded about you, such as your name, address and civil status.
When someone dies, you can order a death certificate if required:
It is important to remember that a population registration certificate cannot be used to prove your identity. It is only an extract that shows the details listed in the Swedish Population Register.
Print out a population registration certificate (Skriv ut personbevis) (in Swedish)
The e-service will help you to find the population registration certificate you need. Please note: you can only use the e-service if you have a personal identity number. If you have a coordination number rather than a personal identity number, please call us on 0771-567 567 (or +46 8 564 851 60 from outside Sweden).
Log in if you wish to check your registered name or address details. Here you will also find the registered details of your marital status and any dependent children under 18.
The Swedish Population Register (Folkbokföring) (in Swedish)
Here you can read about and order the most common population registration certificates. There are many different population registration certificates since they show different information and are used in different situations. The population registration certificates have headings based on what information they show or in which situations they are used.
Depending on what the population registration certificate shows or what it is going to be used for, you can print it, order it to your population registration address or call us. Read about what applies to the particular kind of population registration certificate you need.
When you order a population registration certificate it will be sent to the address where you are registered as living. You can log in to Mina sidor (in Swedish) to check your registered address.
If you do not live at that address or if you do not have a registered address you must report a change of address via the e-service Flyttanmälan (in Swedish).
If you want to have your post delivered to another adress (for at least six months) you can report a special postal address (särskild postadress).
If you have moved from Sweden you must report an address abroad. Fill in the blanket New address (Ny adress/röstlängd för utvandrad, Anmälan - SKV 7842).
In our e-service you can only order a population registration certificate for yourself. To order a certificate for your child, you can either use our service Find and receive the correct population registration certificate or call us at 0771–567 567. The certificate will be sent to you by post.
You only need to order a population registration certificate when someone requests a population registration certificate from you.
The Swedish Tax Agency shares the information concerning you in the population register with other authorities and private companies, for example banks. This means that you do not need to personally notify these bodies that you have moved or changed name. The notification is instead sent automatically.