New in Struer - what to do and where to go?
Moving to Denmark and Struer may seem a little complicated at first - but there is always help within reach.
Whether your stay is temporary or permanent, if you are looking for job options or possibilities for resettled refugees, we will help you with relevant guidance through your initial period of time in the municipality.
You are always welcome in the "Citizen Service" (Borgerservice) situated in Infocenter Struer or to contact Struer International Living. Here we can provide information and help.
Town Hall, Struer
Foreign employees taking up residence in Denmark have to contact the Citizen Service . In order to be registered at the national registration office and get a social security number (CPR-number) a residence/work permit and a passport must be presented. Thereafter, an application form must be completed, which can be found in four languages: Danish, English, German and French.
Once you have been registered in the CPR system, you will receive social security card within two weeks from the date you register.
The applicant must appear in person. The Citizen Service is also responsible for public health insurance and family allowances. The personnel dealing with foreigners speak both German and English.
People from abroad who are not taking up residence in Denmark only have to contact the tax centre (Skattecenter) in Struer. The tax centre will obtain a civil registration number for the persons concerned.
Link to the Danish tax authorities or "tax in Denmark - an introduction".