DK Connect – a part of the Danish Agency for Digitisation

You are about to log in to the Danish DK Connect service with your eID (electronic identification) from another EU/EEA country.

You can connect your non-Danish eID to your Danish Civil Registration number (CPR number), which will ease the future usage of Danish public self-services.

You only need to request this connection once.

What is in it for you?

By connecting your eID to your CPR-number, your future cross-border electronic transactions will be much easier and more secure. You will save time when applying for your holiday allowance, pension, or other social benefits that you are entitled to.

Before you start

Before you start the application process, we recommend that you have your national ID-documents and information about your relation to Denmark at hand. Specifically, you will need your national passport or national ID-card and your Danish CPR number. Your CPR number can be found on lettes from the Danish tax authorities..

What are the next steps?

  • Click ‘Log in’ below. You will be redirected to a site where you have to choose the country of your eID. This will take you to your national eID log in page.
  • Login with your national eID.
  • Once logged in with your eID, you will automatically be redirected back to this site where you have to fill in your details and upload the necessary documentation.

The application process is approximately 10 minutes. Your application will be processed within 3 to 11 business days.