The second step is to get a CPR number and a health insurance card.
Go to Citizens’ Services in the municipality you live or International Citizen Service
, and they will issue a CPR number and a health insurance card to you.
- Your certificate of registration (See Step 1)
- Some form of photo ID, e.g. your passport
- Proof of address in Denmark
Citizens’ Services will also request documents verifying your current civil status.
- If you are married, bring your marriage certificate or a certified copy of it.
- If you have children, bring your child/children’s birth certificate(s).
- If you are divorced, bring your divorce certificate.
- If you are a widow/widower, bring the death certificate of your husband/wife.
You can meet representatives of Aarhus Municipality Citizens’ Services to register with the Civil Registration System at the International Citizen Service
. It is normally open on Thursdays from 13.00-17.00 and Fridays from 9.00-13.00.
The International Citizen Service in Aarhus is located at Åboulevarden 31, 1st. floor, 8000 Aarhus C.