Moving to Denmark

If you have moved to Helsingør from abroad, you will have to notify your arrival to Helsingør Municipality.

There are a few requirements you should be aware of:

  • Your stay in Denmark should be longer than three months.
  • You should have a residence or permanent address.
  • If you are a national of an EU Member State, you should have a registration certificate.
  • If you are a national of a country outside the EU, you should have a residency permit. 

Danish nationals

If you are a Danish national, you should go to the municipal service centre in person:

Borgerservice, Birkedalsvej 27, 3000 Helsingør. Only Tuesday 9.00-13.30.

When you come to Borgerservice you have to bring along:

  • Passport
  • Rental agreement or written statement from your landlord or similar
  • If you have arrived from another Nordic country, you should also take documentation of your civil registration number from the country you have come from.

Foreign nationals

If you are a foreign national, you will have to go in person to either the municipal service centre: 

Borgerservice, Birkedalsvej 27, 3000 Helsingør (Only Tuesday 9.00-13.30) or International House, Copenhagen.

Before going to International House, you need to apply for your CPR number online. You can fill in the application wherever you please – as long as you have an EU-registration certificate / residence permit.

This is what you need to do

Fill in the application form online → book an appointment at the International House → bring all relevant documents → pick up your CPR number in person.

When you come to Borgerservice you have to bring along:

Nordic nationals 

  • Passport
  • Rental agreement or written statement from your landlord
  • If you have arrived from another Nordic country, you should also take documentation of your civil registration number from the country you have come from.

EU nationals 

  • Passport or ID with a picture
  • Rental agreement or written statement from your landlord
  • Employment contract
  • If you have arrived from another Nordic country, you should also take documentation of your civil registration number from the country you have come from.

Nationals of a country outside the EU

  • Passport
  • Residency permit from the Danish Immigration Service (Udlændingestyrelsen) or the Danish Agency for Labour Market and Recruitment (Styrelsen for Fastholdelse og Rekruttering).
  • Rental agreement or written statement from your landlord
  • If you have arrived from another Nordic country, you should also take documentation of your civil registration number from the country you have come from.

 

 

Resident maximum

There is a resident maximum in Helsingør Municipality. This means that a maximum of two people per room can live in a dwelling. For example, if you have a two-room apartment, a maximum of four people can live at the address.



Center for Borgerservice, It og Digitalisering

Birkedalsvej 27
3000 Helsingør
Telefon: 49 28 28 28
E-mail: bid@helsingor.dk