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Logging in to the OmaKela e-service

OmaKela e-service

Please note that our e-service is only available in Finnish and Swedish.

Log in

In order to log in to OmaKela, you must first verify your identity. OmaKela uses Suomi.fi identification.

You need one of the following:

  • personal online banking codes
  • Mobile ID on your phone
  • an ID card with a citizen certificate

If you are unable to complete the identification process, please contact our customer service.

Look for the Kirjaudu button, which can be found in the top right corner of all OmaKela pages.

Online banking codes

Online banking codes are available from banks. Each bank has its own conditions for granting them. Banks also use different identification methods, such as applications or code cards. Contact your bank if you have questions about online banking codes.

  1. Select Kirjaudu - Henkilöasiakkaat at the top of the kela.fi page.
  2. Then select your bank, the identification method you are using (such as an application or a code card), and log in.
  3. After completing the identification successfully, you will automatically be transferred to the OmaKela e-service.

Mobile ID

Mobile ID is a phone-based method of identification. You can use it if you have a mobile phone and a SIM card that can be used in identification. You can activate a Mobile ID online, by phone or at your mobile operator’s store.

Please note that there may be charges for activating a Mobile ID. For details, contact your mobile operator (for instance Telia, Sonera or DNA). Kela does not charge anything for using its services. Learn more about Mobile ID.

  1. Select Kirjaudu - Henkilöasiakkaat at the top of the kela.fi page.
  2. On the next page, select Mobiilivarmenne.
  3. Enter your phone number.
  4. You will get an identification request from Kela. Click OK. You will see a box on your phone screen where you must enter the PIN code you gave for the Mobile ID.
  5. After completing the identification successfully, you will automatically be transferred to the OmaKela e-service.
Last modified 11/1/2024

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