As newcomer you most likely have a lot to figure out and have many questions.
Here we have collected the most common questions we get at Newcomer Service:
How do I find a place to live?
Whether you plan to rent, buy or build your own home we have collected valuable info for you at the website Where to live?
How do I register in Denmark as an EU citizen?
If you are an EU citizen, you can easily do your entire registration at our One-Stop Service. Read more about the requirements at the website Registering as an EU citizen.
How do I register in Denmark as a non-EU citizen?
If you are a citizen from a country outside Scandinavia, the EU/EEA or Switzerland, you must apply for a residence and work permit from your home country before coming to Denmark. Read more about this at the website Registering as an non-EU citizen.
How do I register for Danish taxes?
It is important that you register with SKAT (Danish tax authority) when moving to Denmark. SKAT administers your taxes.
Find links to SKAT at our step by step guide.
Am I covered by health insurance while in Denmark?
When you move to Denmark you have to inform the authorities about your health insurance country
in order to ensure that you are covered sufficiently during your stay in Denmark.
Read more about this and the requirements at the website Registering your health care insurance status.
Is there an international community in Vejle?
Yes - the Municipality has a relatively large international community with events hosted by the Municipality as well as many of the internationals.
We made the website Leisure Time for those searching for the other internationals living in Vejle and the Triangle Region.
I am in Vejle due to my partner's job - what are my options?
If you are moving to Vejle due to your partner’s job, we also have an offer for you as an accompanying partner.
Expat Business Consultant Tove Reinert is ready to support you. See what Tove offers here.
I am into sports - where do I find clubs in Vejle?
Vejle has more than 1000 associations and clubs - hopefully one for you.
Search for your sport or hobby here.
Are there day care centres and schools for internationals in Vejle?
When living in Denmark you can always sign up your child for day care and school.
Read more about offers for international families here.
How can I learn Danish?
If you are an EU citizen, are at least 18 years old and live in Denmark, you have the opportunity to sign up for free Danish language lessons.
If you are not an EU citizen, you can contact Jobcenter Vejle to see if you fulfill the requirements for Danish lessons.
NOTE: There is a limitation to when the free offer ends. You will recieve a letter with the free offer - if you do not do anything, the offer automatically starts two months after you entered Denmark.
Read more and find contact info to sign up here.