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Appointments Mandatory for Citizen Center in CPH

Starting Wednesday 8 February 2017, you must book an appointment before you go to the Citizen Center of the Danish Agency for International Recruitment and Integration (SIRI).

You can book an appointment in order to:
-submit an application,
-have your bio-metric data recorded,
-apply for a re-entry permit or
-apply for a new residence card
The Citizen Center is closed Monday 6 February 2017:

In connection with the introduction of mandatory appointments, the Citizen Center will be closed on Monday 6 February 2017. This is done in order to test the new booking system.

Starting 23 January 2017 it is possible to book appointments which are to take place from Wednesday 8 February 2017 on wards in Citizen Center.

Up to and including Thursday 2 February 2017 you can continue to meet in Citizen center without having booked an appointment.

Please note that it is not possible to book an appointment to receive personal guidance on the rules covering residence permits in Citizen Center. If you need guidance, they ask you to call them instead.
Before you book an appointment, you must be certain that your appointment is with SIRI and not with the Danish Immigration Service.
You should only book an appointment, if you are in Denmark for one of the following reasons:
1. to work or study,
2. have been issued a green card or establishment card,
3 .are here under the ESS scheme, the Start-up Denmark scheme or in order to get authorization as a medical doctor or dentist
4. are on Working Holiday, as an Au pair, as an intern or as a volunteer 
5. are here as an accompanying family member to a person working or studying, holding a green card or establishment card, is here under the ESS scheme, the Start-up Denmark scheme or is seeking authorization as medical doctor or dentist
If you are in Denmark because you have been granted asylum or on grounds of family reunification, you must instead contact the Danish Immigration Service.(Located at Ryesgade 53, 2100 KBH Ø).
For more information and new booking system please visit: /

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