Who can get a certificate and registration?
You can get a registration certificate if you are a citizen of an EU country, and if you meet one of the conditions mentioned below.
As a citizen of an EEA country (Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein) or Switzerland you may get a registration certificate on the basis of the same rules.
And as a family member who accompanies or joins an EU or EEA citizen in Denmark, you may under certain conditions get a registration certificate.
You are in paid employment in Denmark.
You have started or intend to start independent business activity in Denmark.
You are enrolled at an educational establishment that gives students the right to support from the Danish Education Support Agency (SU).
You have sufficient resources for you not to become a burden on the social assistance system. Your resources must as a minimum correspond to the sum of the benefits that you might receive under Section 25, subsection 12 and Section 34 of the Active Social Policy Act.
Cessation of paid employment or business activity
You have a right to remain in this country and get a registration certificate after ceasing paid employment or business activity in certain cases:
Family members who accompany or join a person belonging to one of the above categories may also get a registration certificate. But it is a condition that the person having the primary right of residence has established real and actual residence in Denmark.
If the family member is not an EU or EEA citizen, a residence card will be issued.
You may request further information on conditions from your regional state administration.
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Senest opdateret 6. mar 2012