There are a number of conditions for your registration, you are only allowed to get a CPR number if:
Read more about CPR and the Civil Registration System ActYou must fill in and sign an application form with information about your full name, date of birth, citizenship, marital status etc.
You can register at CPR Registration & International Citizen ServiceGyldenløvesgade 111600 København VOpen Mon-Wed: 10.00-15.00Thurs: 11.00-15.00Fri: 10.00-14.00
Another important thing in order to make a registration is, that you write the exact address e.g. which floor you are living on and which side or door number. In Denmark certain terms are used such as the ground floor (in most other countries this is seen as the first floor)
st. / stuen
First, second, third floor etc.
1., 2., 3. and so on
To the right
th. / Til højre
To the left
tv. / Til venstre
In the middle
mf. / Midt for
In the basement
kld. / Kælder
If you do not put your name on the mail box you have to mention who you are living with in order to receive your health insurance card, which will be sent to you 2 weeks after registration.
Your passport or other valid travel document, national ID card with picture. (if possible also a color copy of the passport/ID).
One passport picture
Documentation for enrolment (educational establishment approved by the Danish Education Support Agency).
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