Unemployment benefit as a newly graduate

Q&A om A-kasse Fora In english Benefits Unemployment benefit as a newly graduate

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  • #338
    Federico Corro
    Deltager

    Hello,

    I am going to move to Denmark (where i first started my master degree) after a period abroad to finish my studies and i intend to apply for unemployment benefit as a newly graduate. I am aware of the 2 weeks residency rule according to which i have to be resident and present in Denmark within 2 weeks after graduation, but i was wondering how will i prove that once i am there? is it enough to have an address in Denmark within those 2 weeks or is there anything else i should do in those weeks?

    Thanks

    Federico

    #339
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    Keymaster

    Hi,

    the rule for graduates states that you must have residence and actually stay in Denmark. So registering an address is enough if you also actually stays at the address/in Denmark.

    Hope it helps.

    Best regards,
    Anders Weber, A-kasser.dk

    #341
    Federico Corro
    Deltager

    Ok thank you, but what do you mean by register the address? I am just concerned that in those two weeks i won’t be able to get an appointment right away for the EU residence certificate and for the CPR for example. So can i do that later or is it mandatory to have all those documents already by the end of the 2 weeks?

    Federico

    #342
    support
    Keymaster

    Hi,

    neither an EU certificate nor a CPR number is necessary to fulfill the requirement for residence and stay in Denmark.

    You need to be able to prove for the A-kasse that you stay/live in Denmark. It’s ok to stay with a friend if you don’t have your own address. The formal documents is not important. The important thing is that you live in Denmark.

    Best regards,
    Anders Weber, A-kasser.dk

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