Denmark is a sought-after emigration country. The reasons for this are, on the one hand, the very well-paid jobs, especially for qualified professionals and academics, as well as an optimal school system and, on the other hand, the Danish-cosy way of life. As an EU country, it is not difficult for Germans to live and work in Denmark. However, a residence permit must be applied for within three months, which is granted without complications if proof of employment is provided.
As a neighboring and EU country, moving to Denmark is by and large quite straightforward. However, the preparations for the move usually are not. Simply contact our moving company and take advantage of our professional moving service. Discuss the details with competent moving consultants especially for private international moves. According to your wishes our moving experts will take over
Of course, at the right time, the appropriate vehicle including driver is ready for proper transportation. Under certain conditions, the import of the removal goods is duty and tax free. All items must be declared on a removal goods list and proof of permanent residence in Denmark must be provided, including registration with the relevant authority. At the same time, you will be entered in the central personal register. You will be issued with a personal CPR number. This CPR number is necessary for all matters concerning authorities, banks or doctors. Your own car must be registered within two weeks with a fee. Dogs and cats are only allowed to enter with chip and pet passport, fighting dogs are excluded from entry. Even for flowers and plants there are conditions. Ask our experts, they know the current import regulations.
Move with us smoothly and stress-free and get to know your new place of residence in the land of the Vikings. The kingdom belongs to Scandinavia from a linguistic and cultural point of view, but not geographically. The only national border of Denmark runs in the south to Germany. Denmark, located on both the North Sea and the Baltic Sea, is a rather flat country with fascinating landscapes, beautiful sandy beaches and over 400 islands.
The coasts add up to a total distance of 7,314 km. Important economic factors are innovative high-tech companies as well as large and medium-sized enterprises in the shipping industry, pharmaceutical industry, trade, mechanical engineering and tourism. Many companies are based in the capital Copenhagen. It is the economic, cultural and gastronomic center of the country and the seat of the city residence of the Danish royal family.
Take a look at our ToDo list. It contains valuable tips for planning your move. Make a note of the dates for giving notice and registering, deregistering and re-registering with authorities, banks or insurance companies. In order to be able to communicate with the Danes in everyday life, you should learn the Danish language. You should also know that the currency in Denmark is the Danish Kroner.