I have recently left Sweden after having lived there as a Dutch national for six years. I informed Swedish Skatteverket, who administrate residencies. Then, Försäkringskassan sent me a form asking me some details about my foreign residency (FK5459), such as my current address, employers' address, etc. They also ask for an address in Sweden: Utdelningsadress i Sverige. Not having any address in Sweden, can I leave this blank or must I have some contact in Sweden indefinately? Or do I write my most recent Swedish address?
What do I write for Försäkringskassans "address in Sweden" question after leaving the country, considering I don't have one?
A reference of some kind to the actual form would probably be useful.– unwindMar 20, 2014 at 12:17
@unwind Good point. I added a link to the form (which is in Swedish).– gerritMar 21, 2014 at 1:30
2The form you refer to is for people who will move away. If you've already left, it seems like you'd want to use a different form, such as 5069, which is also available in other languages.– igelkottApr 7, 2014 at 9:19
@gerrit I added in the ID of the form, please correct me if it's not the right one.– HenricFMar 5, 2017 at 5:02
TLDR; Your most recent Swedish address.
I sent an email to Försäkringskassan regarding the address in Sweden on form FK5459, and this was their response:
Utdelningsadress i Sverige är din senaste (folkbokförings-)adress i Sverige. /.../ Din nationalitet spelar ingen roll.
Your Swedish Utdelningsaddress is your most recent (registered) address in Sweden. /.../ Your nationality does not matter.
In my translation above, registered means registered at Skatteverket. So you should write your most recent Swedish address in the field for Utdelningsadress i Sverige.