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Immigration


18 April 2019

DENMARK: EU Registration Certificate applications must be submitted in person

Citizens of the EU, EEA and Switzerland, who live and work in Denmark for more than three months, need to apply for an EU Registration Certificate. The EU Registration Certificate states that the applicant, as an EU citizen, has the right to stay and work in Denmark. 

Applicants must apply for the certificate within the first three months of their stay in Denmark.

Previously, applicants had to apply for the EU Registration Certificate at the Regional State Administration (RSA). As of 1 April, however, applications will have to be submitted in person at the Styrelsen for International Rekruttering og Integration (SIRI), the Danish Agency for International Recruitment.

What does this mean for the client?

EU, EEA and Swiss citizens wanting to stay and work in Denmark for more than three months need to plan accordingly, making sure they apply for the EU Registration Certificate in person within the first three months after arrival. Appointments at SIRI can be made online at: www.nyidanmark.dk/en-GB 

Employers should take steps to ensure new EU, EEA and Swiss hires are aware of the change in the application process.

 


 

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