CPR Card

by Happy Ron
(Chiangmai, Thailand)

I am a returning resident. I am a UK citizen, with a CPR issued in Denmark, who lived, worked, paid taxes and made ATP contributions from 1969 thru 1973, when I went abroad.

I now wish to return to Denmark to live where I am also entitled to state pension based on my contributions to ATP.
I will appreciate if you can reflect on where:

1) to secure a replacement card for my CPR,
2) do I apply for my state pension.

Ron.

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Jun 26, 2017
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by: Charlie

Ron,

If you have a CPR number, you should contact the kommune that you will be moving back to and they can reissue you a new card. As for pension, contact ATP on 70 12 80 00 or you can discuss it with the people at the kommune who will direct you to the right department.

Since I do not work in or with the government I can not give you more information than the above guidelines.

Charlie

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