Conditions for the right to vote
If your name and address have already been registered in the Civil Registration System (CPR), you are considered to have a permanent address in Denmark.
Foreign nationals who have been deported by final judgment (according to sections 22-24 or 25c of the Danish Aliens Act) or by a final decision (sections 25-25b of the Danish Aliens Act), are however disqualified from voting.
Before you can vote in the elections
The reason is that EU citizens who live in a member state other than their home country can usually choose if they want to participate in the elections in their home country or their country of residence. However, you can only vote one place, and thus you cannot vote both in the elections in Denmark and in your home country.
If you want to vote in the elections in Denmark, you must therefore provide the information specified in the application form and send the application to the local authority where you live.
If your name was entered in the electoral register in Denmark at the latest European Parliamentary elections, unless you have moved either abroad or to the Faroe Islands or Greenland or according to your own wish have been struck off the electoral register in the meantime, you are notrequired to renew your application. See clauses 5 and 6.
Deadline for the application
In the period from and including 6 weeks before the election day (15 April 2019)* and up to and including 5 weeks before the election day (23 April 2019)*, the deadline is instead 4 weeks before the election day (29 April 2019)* if you have either:
*If the deadlines fall on a Saturday, Sunday or public holiday, the deadlines are postponed until the next working day. The dates in brackets are the deadlines in the European Parliamentary elections on 26 May 2019. Applications submitted after the above deadlines cannot take effect in the first election in the European Parliament, but can take effect in the next election. Thus, this form can also be used after the holding of the European Parliamentary elections on 26 May 2019.
Applications submitted after the above deadlines cannot take effect in the first election in the European Parliament, but can take effect in the next election. Thus, this form can also be used after the holding of the European Parliamentary elections on 26 May 2019.
Processing of the application
If your application is approved
Struck off the electoral register
Processing of personal data
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