You can obtain NemID through personal appearance at a citizen service centre (Borgerservice) or in your bank, once you have received your CPR (yellow healthcare card). If you have a Danish passport or driver’s license it is also possible to order NemID online.
How do I request a NemID?
To apply for a NemID, you need to first book an online appointment with your nearest Citizen Service Centre. NemID is your digital signature and a single login for public websites, digital post (e-Boks), online banking and other online self-services.
Can foreigners get NemID?
If you wish to get a new codecard or temporary password for your NemID or obtain a new NemID, you can visit a citizen service centre in person and bring valid ID. … If you are a foreigner or if you have only been in Denmark for a short while, you should bring an attesting witness to ensure that you can get a NemID.
How long does it take to get NemID?
When you have ordered the NemID at the Citizen Service, it will be sent to your Danish address within 3-11 days.
What do I need to bring to my NemID appointment?
If you need your NemID immediately, you must bring a witness
- Is at least 18 years old and the witness must bring a NemID and a photo ID (If the photo ID does not contain a Danish CPR number, they must bring their yellow health card)
- Is willing to be registered with his or her full name, CPR number and photo ID.
Why do you need NemID?
Denmark is a digitalised country and that’s why NemID is required for online banking, secure email or personal tax. Having NemID is compulsory, so make sure you get yours as soon as possible.
How do I open a bank account in Denmark?
To open a standard account you will need:
- Photo ID such as a passport. …
- CPR Number (this is the ten digit unique identity number that all residents in Denmark are given).
- Proof of address in Denmark – usually banks will accept recent utility bills or a rental contract.
How long does it take to get CPR number in Denmark?
Approximately two to three weeks after you have registered for your CPR-number, your national health insurance card will be sent to your Danish address. The card will show your name and address, your CPR number and the name and address of your doctor (general practitioner).
How do you get a CPR number?
In order to register and be issued a CPR number, you need to show up in person at Citizens’ Services in the Municipality in which you live. This also applies to accompanying spouses and/or children.
Where can I find my Danish CPR number?
Facts about the CPR number
- You can only obtain a CPR number after you arrive in Denmark.
- You will receive a yellow health card (sundhedskort) in 4 weeks after you are registered in the Civil Registration System (CPR)
What is yellow card in Denmark?
Your yellow health card (sundhedskort in Danish) entitles you to medical treatment in Denmark. The yellow health card shows your name and address, your CPR number and the name and address of your doctor. The card is proof that you can receive medical treatment in Denmark, Greenland and the Faroe Islands.
How do I use NemID app?
To use NemID code app, open the app and enter a four-digit code or use fingerprint recognition / Touch ID / Face ID. Subsequently the NemID code app can be used instead of NemID code card by a simple swipe.