What is the update? Applicants now need to book appointments to apply for an EU registration certificate. Previous to the change, which went into effect April 10, appointments were not required.

  • Implementation time frame: April 10.
  • Documents affected: EU registration certificates.
  • Who is affected: EU nationals who are currently working in Denmark and are planning to stay and work in the country for more than three months; EU nationals who will be moving to Denmark to work for more than three months.

Background: Effective April 10, EU registration certificates must be obtained at the Agency for International Recruitment (SIRI), located at Ellebjergvej 52, 2450 Copenhagen SV, and applications must be submitted in person. The most recent change requires applicants to book appointments to submit certificate applications, adding an additional step to the application process. According to the authorities, the process is not operating yet, but certificates will eventually be issued during the appointments.

Analysis & Comments: Employees submitting registration certificate applications will need to book appointments online, effective April 10. Booking information can be found here.

Source: Deloitte LLP. Deloitte LLP is a limited liability partnership registered in England and Wales with registered number OC303675 and its registered office at 1 New Street Square, London EC4A 3HQ, United Kingdom.