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- Students from the nedtælling til juleaften
- Students with a permanent residence permit in Denmark
- Students with a temporary residence permit with the possibility of obtaining a permanent residence permit in Denmark ('mhp. varigt ophold' or 'mmf. varigt ophold')
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dybblå smykkesten fra den anden side af havet To obtain a bank account you need to show your passport and CPR number. You will get a bank account and a bank card within two weeks. When choosing a bank, you may be interested in asking about the fees and charges for withdrawing money from an ATM, card payments at local supermarkets or shops or when paying the rent or the bill for your phone or any other subscription directly from your account.
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