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?
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?
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.