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Check someone else's ID card

If you work at a bank, for example, and wish to know whether or not an ID card has been blocked, you can use the details on the card to call and check the ID card's validity.

Yellow ID cards were issued between June 2009 and March 2013. These can be checked by calling +46 (0)8-530 385 13.

Blue ID cards have been issued since March 2013. These are checked by calling +46 (0)152-266 89.

Identity cards for people on the Swedish population register

The ID cards issued since June 2009 by the Swedish Tax Agency are known as “Identity card for people registered for population purposes in Sweden”. The card has been developed in cooperation with the National Forensic Centre (previously known as the National Laboratory of Forensic Science), the Swedish Police and card provider.

Security features to verify whether an ID card issued from March 2013 is genuine

The following description shows how you can check if an ID card issued by the Tax Agency from March 2013 is genuine.

The numbers in the image are as follows.

  1. The UV pattern becomes visible in a white colour when exposed to UV light.
  2. The cardholder's portrait and the text “IDK” have been embossed in the card.
  3. There is a hologram which alternates between the portrait and the personal identity number.
  4. A portrait sketch is visible in the clear window on the card.
  5. A see-through hologram to the right of the photograph changes in colour and displays different patterns.
  6. The card has an embossed pattern containing microtext (to facilitate checks).

Security features showing an ID card issued from June 2009 is genuine

The following description shows how you can check if an ID card issued by the Tax Agency from June 2009 is genuine.

The numbers in the image are as follows.

  1. The UV pattern becomes visible in a yellow colour when exposed to UV light.
  2. The cardholder's portrait and the text “IDK” have been embossed in the card.
  3. The cardholder's date of birth and the first letter of their first name and first letter of their surname alternate on a hologram.
  4. A kinegram that covers part of the photograph displays two different motifs.
  5. Microtext is featured on the front and back of the card (to facilitate checks).
  6. Optically variable ink (OVI) on the back side of the card displays the Swedish Tax Agency's logo.

The cardholder's height is stated in centimetres using small (cm) or capital (CM) letters.

Identity cards issued to people registered in Sweden can be found in the brochure “De sju stegen” (The Seven Steps) from the Swedish Bankers' Association.

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