Swedish ID Card
Swedish ID Card, The Tax Agency ID card is an approved form of identification within Sweden. You can use the ID card as proof of your age and identity at places such as pharmacies, banks or in shops. The Swedish national identity card (Swedish: nationellt identitetskort) is a non-compulsory biometric identity document issued in Sweden. It is one of two official identity documents issued by the the other being the Swedish passport. It is only issued to Swedish citizens, and indicates the citizenship.
National identity card (Sweden)
The national identity card is valid for five years and costs 400 SEK. Applications are filed at police stations which have a passport office.When applying, a valid Swedish identity document is needed in order to check the identity. If the applicant does not have a valid Swedish identity document, then the applicant must be accompanied in person by another that does have such a document. That person must be a near relative or an employer or municipal official who knows the applicant.
There is no age limit to get a card, but people below 18 must be accompanied by their guardian (preferably both) at application. These rules are the same as for a Swedish passport (see that article).