moving adress

by robredillo
(malmo sweden)

hi, my husband and I lived in Sweden. but since my husband work in Denmark and he is from Denmark.so we are planning to move in Denmark soon.but I got my recidencepermit from Sweden.my question is there any possibility for me to move my addres in Denmark. or should I have to get register again a new permit in Denmark


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by: Charlie

if you have residence permit in Sweden you are allowed to live in Denmark too. You need to register when you get to Denmark adn get your CPR card.

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