You can apply for a CPR number if you have received your EU residence document at the same day at ICS Esbjerg and you are a resident in the municipality of Esbjerg, Billund, Fanø, Kolding, Tønder or Varde.
In order to book an appointment at the Citizen Service in Esbjerg – to obtain a Danish CPR number and health insurance card, please book at the SIRI office.
Or you may choose to book an appointment online with the Citizen Service in Esbjerg. Please note that the booking is only valid if you obtain a Danish CPR number on the same day you receive EU residence document.
If you live in another municipality than stated above, you need to apply for a CPR number at the local Citizen Service in your residence municipality. You need to book an appointment online with the Citizen Service in Esbjerg before visiting Esbjerg Kommune, Borgerservice, Torvegade 74, 6700 Esbjerg.
Things to remember when you apply for a CPR number
A permanent address in Denmark is mandatory in order to be able to apply for a CPR number. The minimum residing period needed for a permanent address at ICS Esbjerg is 3 months.
Order health insurance card
Your health insurance card, also called yellow card, is ordered as a part of the CPR number process. Within 30 days you can expect to receive the card. Please make sure to have the correct name on your mailbox otherwise the card will not be delivered to your postal address.
For citizens in one of the following municipalities: Esbjerg, Billund, Fanø, Kolding, Tønder or Varde. When you apply for your CPR number, please ask for more information regarding MitID.
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