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If you are resident in Denmark before the transition period ends on 31 December 2020, you will be able to stay.
You must register as a Danish resident if you want to stay in Denmark after 2020. Once you have an EU residence document (EU-opholdsdokument), you must register with your local civil registration office (Folkeregistret). When you register you will get a Central Person Register (CPR) number.
If you need a replacement EU residence document, you can contact the Danish Agency for International Recruitment and Integration to request a replacement.
Read the Danish government’s guidance for UK nationals in Denmark.
Denmark may decide to set up a system through which you can apply for a new form of residence status to show that your rights are protected beyond 31 December 2020. Once any new scheme is announced, you will have until at least 30 June 2021 to submit an application.
You will also need to change your driving license and register for your healthcare in Denmark.
Driving licence rules will stay the same until 31 December 2020.
If you are a UK licence holder living in Denmark after Brexit, you should exchange your UK licence for a Danish one. You can still use your Danish licence in the UK for short visits, or exchange it for a UK licence without taking a test if you return to live in the UK.
If you are in Denmark and your UK driving licence is lost, stolen or expires you will not be able to renew it with the UK Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA). You will need to apply to the DVLA for a ‘certificate of entitlement’ in Danish to be able to apply for a Danish driving licence.
For information on driving in Denmark after Brexit, read the guidance on:
If you are resident in Denmark, you must not use your EHIC from the UK to access healthcare in Denmark.
When you travel from Denmark for a temporary stay in another European Economic Area (EEA) country or Switzerland you can use an EHIC to access state-provided healthcare in that country. During that short stay:
There will be no changes to your healthcare access before 31 December 2020. You can also continue to use your EHIC, as you did before, during this time.
If you are registered for public healthcare as a resident, you will be able to use your Danish issued EHIC when you travel outside of Denmark until the end of the transition period.
Some jobs may require a UK police certificate.
Once you have registered residence in Denmark and have a CPR number, you should apply for an income tax card (Skattekort). Your employer will need this card.
If you are registered as resident in Denmark on or before 31 December 2020 your right to work will stay the same, as long as you remain a resident in Denmark.
If you are resident in Denmark after Brexit on or before the 31st December 2020, you will continue to access higher education on the same terms as you do now. This means you will only pay tuition fees for education in Denmark where EU and EEA citizens also pay tuition fees. You will also continue to have access to Danish student grants.
Read guidance on continuing your studies in the European Union.
If you have already been recognised by an EU country as holding valid professional qualifications, this will remain valid after 31 January 2020 in Denmark.
If you have not had your professional qualifications recognised, you can submit an application under the current rules until 31 December 2020.
Read the Danish government guidance on how to get your professional qualifications recognised.
Denmark and the UK have a double taxation agreement to prevent income being taxed in both countries.
Existing double taxation arrangements for UK nationals living in Denmark have not changed since Brexit. You should send your questions about double taxation to the relevant tax authority.
Once you have registered as a resident in Denmark and have a CPR number, you must apply for an income tax card - Skattekort. Your employer will need this card.