Moving from India to Copenhagen next Month:::Need Advice regarding CPR registration and Jobs based upon my skills

by Harsh Saini
(New Delhi, India)

Hi,


My name is Harsh wardhan Saini and I am Indian National. I have a MBA Degree from the UK basis which I had applied for a Danish Green card which got approved the last Month.

I Know the Job Market isn’t doing that great there, but yeah I still would like to go ahead and try my luck by moving to Copenhagen, probably in the 1st Week of April, and see if I stand a chance.

I have 4+ years of Working experience, totally into Corporate sales and key account management.

Would appreciate if you kindly help me out with things like-How’s the life in Denmark, process to get the CPR number(Planning to check-in to a hostel initially, so would the authorities be mailing me my CPR Card there or do i need to find out a shared accomodation for CPR, if that is the case), how to look for accommodation(Better to get it sorted before arriving or when i land) and best ways to look for the right job which suits my profile.
Looking forward for your valuable suggestions...!!!

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