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Moving to DK

Moving to another country does not have to be difficult. Get started well in advance and make sure you fill out the correct registrations at the Danish authorities.

Once you have found a job in Denmark, the next step is to plan and carry out your move.

Moving to another country and becoming familiar with all local laws and regulations can seem like a great challenge. But the fact is that there are only a few compulsory registrations you must obtain before and after you arrive in Denmark. The rules governing these depend on your nationality.

Moving to Denmark also means finding a place to live and perhaps bringing your family with you, setting up childcare, selecting a school for your children and perhaps finding a job for your spouse.

It might seem overwhelming at first, but if you start planning well in advance, and make sure to gather all the relevant information, setting up a life for yourself and your family in Denmark does not have to be difficult.

Welcome to Denmark

This welcome guide from Workindenmark contains information for New Citizens about Danish Society as well as useful information which can make it easier for you to settle into professional and private life in Denmark.

International Citizen Service

ICS in Copenhagen, Aalborg, Aarhus and Odense, can help you with all the relevant paperwork and registrations you need to take care of.

Moving within Europe

Which country is responsible for your social security rights?

This clip from The European Commission explains the EU rules which determine which country is responsible for the social security coverage of a person working in another EU country.