To latest comment Forum Child Allowance Child Allowance for child living abroad Removed comment The comment you are looking for have either been moved to a new discussion or been deleted. Child Allowance for child living abroad How do I apply for Child Allowance for the child living in another EU country? Försäkringskassan 25 Apr 2016 Report inappropriate content Follow this post 6 followers Comments Hi, There is no any specific application form. Please send in registration form FK 5456 (Uppgifter vid utredning av försäkringstillhörighet) to us with information about the other parent’s and the child’s address and personal numbers from the country they live in. Please state in addition information section that you wish to receive Child Allowance for the child living in another EU country. You are going to be asked to send child’s birth certificate and a certificate confirming your parental rights to the child. The form you can download here. Best regards, Agnieszka 29 Apr 2016 Report inappropriate content Hi, For how long can I receive child allowance and child bebefit for a child while living in another EU country? Julia 5 Nov 2016 Report inappropriate content Hi Julia, The rules for recieving child allowance and Child benefits while living in another European Country depends on many different factors depending on what your intentions are when moving abroad. For example the rules varies if you are moving to find work, if you are just moving just for a limited time or if you are posted by your employer to another country. If you are moving to another EU-country you should fill out and send to us an application 5459 Uppgifter vid flyttning till eller arbete i ett annat land. You can find the application here. You can read about what applies if you will be moving abroad and are not a student or employee, for example if you are a pensioner here. If you want to read what applies if you move to an EU/EEA country or Switzerland to work click here. To get a full response regarding your specific case please contact our customer center by calling 0771 524 524 (press 8 for English) to present your situation to a case officer. Best regards, Francisco 8 Nov 2016 Report inappropriate content Hi, I am on parental leave. I had been on it through the end of August, and applied to extend through the end of October. I can see that this was approved by the start of September. However, I don't see my payment scheduled and it usually comes in on the 25th and it did not come. Previous to my extending my parental leave I had scheduled to be paid on September 25 for the end of August payment, but now that seems to be gone as well. And that money did not come either, so I am trying to figure out what has gone wrong. I am away, out of the country right now as I had a family emergency and I fly back in to Sweden next Saturday but I am hoping to have this resolved before that if possible. Do you know how I might figure out what went wrong? Thank you. Kirsten Bowman 25 Sep 2017 Report inappropriate content Hello,Since this is a public forum, we can only give you answers to general questions. Please call us on: 0771 524 524 (press 8 for English) in order to receive information that will concern your specific case.Best regards, Aleksandra Administrator 25 Sep 2017 Report inappropriate content There is no possibility of emailing someone with my questions, I suppose? I am in California now, a challenging time zone issue plus it just costs a fortune due to hold times etc. Kirsten Bowman 25 Sep 2017 Report inappropriate content Hi;For security reasons we can only give general answers on this forum and via email. If you want to ask questions that are specific about your case, you will have to call us on 0771 524 524.Best regards, Daniel 26 Sep 2017 Report inappropriate content Hi!I intend to go back to my country (inside EU) for a few months(4-5), but at the beginning not for work. I intend to get parental leave for these months.1. Do I have to fill in any papper for that period?2. If i decide to stay in my country and work after these months, what papper do I need to apply in order to stop being insuranced here? 3. If my country asks for E104, can you send it to me by post, or do I have to come to Sweden to get it?Thank you! antonio 31 Jan 2018 Report inappropriate content Hello!You must report to Försäkringskassan that you are moving abroad by filling form 5459. Then we will help you to get right compensation. Regarding the certificate E104, you should write in the form that you need E104 certificate.More information about E104 and deregistration can be found in previous posts.Please follow this link: https://forsakringskassan.kundo.se/org/forsakringskassan-eng/d/registrated-in-forsakringskassan/Best regards, Abdirashid 1 Feb 2018 Report inappropriate content How long can a child live abroad and still can receive child allowance.I heard the limit is 6 month. So does that mean from 7th, child allowance is no longer entitled? momo 3 Sep 2018 Report inappropriate content Hello,The answer to your question depends on many different factors depending on such as what your intentions are when moving abroad, the duration of stay, which country you move to.Since this is a public forum, we can only give you answers to general questions. Please call us on: 0771 524 524 (press 8 for English) in order to receive information that will concern your specific case.Best regards, Håkan 4 Sep 2018 Report inappropriate content Question : what if someone didn't inform the Försäkringskassan to stop the Barnidrag (children allowance ) ? what is the action will be taken ?the reason that no one inform to do that he is not aware that if more than 6 months staying outside Sweden you have to notify Försäkringskassan.please advise Joe 15 Nov 2018 Report inappropriate content Hello,We can only give you answers to general questions, to get a full response regarding your specific case please contact our customer center by calling 0771- 524 524 to receive information that will concern your specific case.Best regards,Mahdi Mahdi 16 Nov 2018 Report inappropriate content The post is closed to further comments.