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Report a change of address as a student

If you are moving in order to study at university, you must be registered in the place you are studying. However, if you are moving in order to attend compulsory school or upper secondary school, you must be registered at your parents' address. The basic rule is that you must be registered where you live, i.e. where you sleep most nights.

Report a change of address

Use our e-service to report a change of address quickly and easily. All you need is electronic identification such as Mobile BankID.

If you are studying at university

If you move to another place in order to study at university, you must be registered in that place. Consequently, you must report a change of address.

Dual residence

If you are also still living in your former home, for example, once a week, this is called dual residence. Dual residence means you have more than one home and live in each of them at least one seventh of your time. It is the Tax Agency that determines which of these addresses you will be registered at in the population register.

For example, living one seventh of your time might mean that you sleep there:

  • once a week or
  • twice every other week.

It is the Tax Agency that determines which of these addresses you will be registered at in the population register. We take into account your life situation in terms of, for example, the following respects:

  • If you live together with your family in any of the homes. As family, we count spouses, registered partners, cohabitees or children who still live at home.
  • Where your workplace is or where you are studying (applies if you are studying at a university).
  • The size and standard of the different homes.
  • How often and how long you stay in the different homes.

If you are attending compulsory school or upper secondary school

If you are under the age of 18 and have to live away from your parents due to your studies, you must still be registered at your parents' address. This applies for as long as you are attending compulsory school, upper secondary school or an equivalent study programme that you commenced before you turned 18, but no later than the day you turn 21.

Studying abroad

If you intend to study abroad for more than one year, you must report your move abroad to the Tax Agency.

» Read more about reporting a change of address if you are going to study abroad


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