Moving is never easy, and moving to another country is a whole other story. There’s the different language and different culture, not to mention understanding how the public system works. It can be unsettling, but if you understand the practical steps to starting your new life here it's a little easier. Plus, it leaves you with more clarity to enjoy the transition and support your family on your new adventure in Kalundborg.
On this page we have collated some of the most important practical steps you need to take when moving to Kalundborg. So, simply follow the steps in this easy guide and soon you’ll be ready to enjoy all that our beautiful area has to offer.
You can find detailed information on moving to and living in Denmark in these links.
Kalundborg Citizen Services
After you have received your EU registration certificate/residence permit from the Danish Immigration Service/Danish Agency for International Recruitment and Integration (SIRI), there are a couple of additional things you need to start your life in Denmark. These include:
- Health Insurance Card ("the yellow card")
You can apply for these at the International House in Copenhagen or at Kalundborg Citizen Services' office in Kalundborg. You have to book an appointment before showing up at the Citizen Services' office.
You need a Danish address to start the application for a CPR-number and if you need help finding a place to live in Kalundborg municipality, you can contact the Settlement Team on firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are unable to book an appointment with Kalundborg Citizen Services via the link above, you can call to schedule an appointment on +45 59 53 44 00.