If you are no longer registered in the Civil Registration System (CPR), no longer work for a Danish employer and do not receive public benefits from Denmark, you can have your holiday allowance, in respect of previous and current qualifying years, disbursed at once.
If it is registered that you have a foreign address, you will receive a letter where we ask you to confirm that you have left Denmark. If you are still employed in Denmark, you have to contact us. When you are working in Denmark, you have to take holiday in order to receive your holiday allowance. If you do not reply, your holiday allowance will automatically be paid out.
Disbursement is handled by your employer or the party disbursing holiday allowance on behalf of your employer.
You can see who is in charge of the disbursement on your overview. Log in and look for ‘udbetales af’.
Please note that you must update your address in the National Register. Otherwise, you will not be able to receive letters regarding your holiday pay.