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The Citizen Centre

In the Citizen Centre of the Danish Agency for International Recruitment and Integration you can have your biometric features recorded for use on your residence card, and you can apply for a residence and work permit and re-entry permit.

No case decisions are made in the Citizen Centre. If you submit an application in the Citizen Centre, it will be forwarded to the relevant office where it will be processed.

However, an application for a re-entry permit is usually processed on the spot.

Please note: Make sure to always bring your valid passport as well as all relevant information (such as case number, CPR number, personal ID number).

Booking an appointment

You must book an appointment before you meet in the Citizen Centre of the Danish Agency for International Recruitment and Integration (SIRI).

You can book an appointment in order to

  • submit an application,
  • have your biometric data recorded or
  • apply for a re-entry permit

Please note that it is not possible to book an appointment to receive personal guidance on the rules covering residence permits in our Citizen Centre. If you need guidance, we ask you to call us instead.

Read more about how to contact SIRI by phone

Read more about how to book an appointment in SIRIs Citizen Centre

Address

The Citizen Centre
Njalsgade 72C
2300 Copenhagen S

If you live outside Greater Copenhagen, you can also have your biometric features recorded or submit applications with your local police.

Go the the website of the police (new window)

Opening hours

The Citizen Centre has the following opening hours:

Monday:        8.30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Tuesday:       closed
Wednesday:  10 a.m.    to  5 p.m.
Thursday:      8.30 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Friday:          closed

Find your way to the Citizen Centre

Public transport: See Rejseplanen.dk (New window)

Location in Copenhagen: See Google Maps (New window)



Last update: 8/3/2017
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Published by: The Danish Agency for International Recruitment and Integration