• International Citizen Service (ICS) – all the service you need in one place

    Welcome to Denmark! International Citizen Service (ICS) helps you with starting your life in Denmark smoothly. ICS provides a seamless authority registration process, information and guidance about working and living in Denmark. Before heading to your closest ICS, please use following checklists to find out if your closest ICS can issue a CPR-number on behalf of the municipality you reside in and if you bring all the necessary documents with you.

    - Check if your closest ICS can issue your CPR-number - (Download the list of municipalities)
    - How to register at and what to bring to ICS  - worker, Nordic citizens (Download the checklist)
    - How to register at and what to bring to ICS  - worker, EU/EEA/Swiss-citizens (Download the checklist)
    - How to register at and what to bring to ICS  - worker, non EU/EEA/Swiss-citizens (Download the checklist)
    - How to register at and what to bring to ICS - accompanying family (Download the checklist)

    ICS Copenhagen: The State Administration is represented at ICS on Wednesdays and Thursdays and is able to issue 62 EU registration certificates in total on these two days. Please book an appointment and bring all required documents (List of the required documents, pdf), if you would like to apply at ICS. Or you can choose to apply at their main office (Ellebjergvej 52, 2450 Copenhagen SV, Google maps): Monday-Wednesday 8-14, Thursday 12-16 and Friday 8-14. It is mandatory to apply for a CPR-number online at ihcph.kk.dk before heading to ICS. If EU/EEA/Swiss-citizens (except Nordic citizens) choose to apply for both a registration certificate and CPR-number at ICS, please book an appointment with State Administration online , subsequently apply for a CPR-number online. Then you show up for the appointment at ICS. Both will be issued at ICS, if your applications can be approved.


  • Download relevant material

    Get our pamphlet on moving to Denmark. It contains useful information on where to go and who to contact. You can get the pamphlet at your local ICS office or it can be downloaded here.

    Get off to a good start in Denmark (.pdf)

    Kom godt i gang i Danmark (dansk) (.pdf) 

    Workindenmark’s guide, "Welcome to Denmark” contains information for New Citizens about Danish Society as well as useful information which can make it easier for you to settle into professional and private life in Denmark. The guide can be downloaded or ordered in paper via Workindenmark.

    Welcome to Denmark (.pdf)

    The national contact point for EU-workers who have experienced unfair treatment in Denmark

    National Contact Point equal treatment and support
  • Locations

    ICS is located in 4 major cities in Denmark. Find your local service centre on the map.
    When you send emails to us, please do not include any personal data revealing for example racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, or trade union membership, genetic data, civil registration number.

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    International Citizen Service North
    Slotspladsen 1, Opgang A
    9000 Aalborg
    P: +4572568920 / north@icitizen.dk

    Office hours:
    Tue. 8am - noon, Thu. noon - 4pm
    Telephone hours:
    Tue. 8am - noon, Thu. noon - 4pm

  • You will find the following authorities represented at ICS...

    Workindenmark (part of Danish Agency for Labour Market and Recruitment), Danish Customs and Tax Administration -  The Danish Tax Agency, Danish Agency for Science and Higher Education, The local municipal administration (Copenhagen Aarhus, Odense and Aalborg)
    At ICS Aarhus: the expat organisation International Community