Budget Accomodation While Waiting for CPR

by Rohan Deshpande

Hej Charlie, I would be comming to Denmark in June, since I have got a Denmark residence and work permit under the Green Card scheme. Could you please let me know a budget accommodation/ hostel where I can stay for one month and apply for a CPR number and residence permit? med venlig hilsen/Kind regards, Rohan Deshpande


Response: Deshpande, since I do not know where in Denmark you are going to be moving, this can be a very vague anser. I will assume (bad idea to ever assume) that you are going to Copenhagen. You can try the Pension 94 Hotel on Vesterbrograde 94 in Copenhagen or try some of the home rental sites and see if anyone is renting out their apartment for a month or two. Many people in Denmark, when they travel or study abroad, will rent out their apartment for short periods. Eight years ago, when I came to Denmark, I rented a small apartment in Lyngby for 45 days, while searching for a more permanent place to live. Also try some of the hotels. Some will give a monthly rate, but you will need proof that you are living there for a period of time - a lease agreement of some sort. There is also the STAY apartments in Copenhagen that specialize in short to long term leasing, but they are not cheap. More high end, but much better than some choices.

Hope that helps a bit.

Charlie - Expat in Denmark

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