United States Government:
United States Embassy Sweden
American Citizens Services
State Department – Consular affairs and travel warnings
USA.gov (formerly "FirstGov") – First click to the U.S. Government
Call the White House: The White House Comment Line is always available to receive citizen comments. If you would like to make your opinion known on any subject, call 1-202-456-1111 (for hearing impaired: 1-202-456-6213), fax: 1-202-456-2461 and/or email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Internal Revenue Service — International local offices
Centers for Disease Control
Congress – Legislative information from the Library of Congress. Track bills. Links to official Senate and House of Representatives web sites.
Overseas Vote Foundation – Register and vote absentee using this simple and fast tool – Secure – Nonpartisan – Private. RAVA (Registration and Absentee Voter Application) is the first nonpartisan, secure, Internet-based voter registration solution for both military and overseas citizen voters. Eligible American civilian and military voters anywhere in the world can use RAVA to complete their voter registration in as little as five minutes. The system provides voters with a mailing address and state-specific signing instructions. Should you need to contact your local U.S. Election official, please click here.
Federal Voting Assistance Program – information for U.S. citizens covered by the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA). If you are not covered by UOCAVA, and wish to vote absentee as a regular state voter, please click here for links to State Election Sites.
Project Vote Smart – a citizen's organization, which provides a Voter's Self-Defense System to provide you with the necessary tools to self-govern effectively: abundant, accurate, unbiased and relevant information.
Ministry for Foreign Affairs
The Swedish Embassy in Washington, D.C.