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The ICS-OFFICE in Aarhus

 

 

Contact details:

International Citizen Service West

Åboulevarden 31, 1. Etage

8000 Aarhus C

Telephone: +0045- 72 22 33 75

Mail: west@icitizen.dk

www.ictizen.dk

Always check the actual telephone- and opening hours on the website.

Please note that the office is closed at weekends and on national holidays, just as it may be closed during parts of the month of July.

An appointment cannot be made in advance to arrange entry papers etc., but a certain waiting time must be expected. Likewise, the treatment of your case may prove time consuming. If you bring all necessary papers and turn up within opening hours, you may in return rely on having the paperwork sorted out on the same day, also even if the time for treatment of the case is stretching beyond opening hours.

 

Location of Office

The ICS office is centrally located in Aarhus which is the second biggest city in Denmark.

If you arrive by car: You can go by car from e.g. Ringkøbing to Aarhus in about two and a half to two hours. The office is situated a few minutes’ walk from big multi-storey car parks in DOKK1 and in the department stores of Salling and Magasin.

If you arrive by bus or train: There is an X-bus service 952X and train between the Ringkøbing-Skjern Municipality and Aarhus. For departures on the Journey Planner (“REJSEPLANEN”), click HERE.

The office is located approximately 10 minutes’ walk from the train- and bus station.

 

The Authorities behind the Office

The International Citizen Service, ICS is a joint service for a number of municipalities all over the country, including Ringkøbing-Skjern Municipality and the following state authorities: the State Administration, TAX, and the Danish Agency for International Recruitment and Integration.

 

 

 

Iwona and Jarek

 
Polish family:

Nature and good conditions for the children are crucial

It is first and foremost the good conditions for the children and the clean and beautiful nature that Iwona and Jarek emphasize when expressing why they have chosen to settle in Ringkøbing-Skjern Municipality in Denmark. In the past two years Iwona and Jarek have been living in the village of Finderup together with their joint child Diego and Jarek’s son Manuel and his daughter Karolina.

”The child-care facilities here are simply so good. They do so much for the development of children. For instance, they are allowed to cook and do woodwork when they can handle a knife– even though it may be a little dangerous. Besides, they also spend a lot of time in nature. In all sorts of weather. It is so healthy for them”, says Iwona who is also really happy with the schools.

”However, the best thing is that you exist to live here – which means that you don’t just constantly work, but you work in order to also live in your spare time”, says Iwona, and Jarek agrees. That was the very reason why he came to Denmark to work, since - as a self-employed motor mechanic with his own construction firm - he just worked and worked without earning sufficient to live on. On top of that he did not have any spare time whatsoever.

 

Iwona og Jarek - Read the full story here

 

Johanna and Malte

 
German family:

Good working conditions leaving room for a family life close to the North Sea

The North Sea. Proper wages – on time – and working conditions leaving room for a good family life with children. Those are the really big advantages pointed out by the German couple Malte and Johanna Mayrberger when moving from the city of Berlin to the seaport of Hvide Sande. Well yes – into the bargain is also the possibility of buying your own house and the fact that people are friendly and polite.

”We would never have been able to buy a house in Germany. You need to provide a down payment of half the price to obtain a loan for the remaining, and yet it is very difficult and sometimes impossible to qualify for a mortgage,” Malte explains, and Johanna adds:

”At any rate we would not have been able to afford having a child, a car, going on holidays, which we do every year, and have time for leisure activities.”

Malte and Johanna moved to Hvide Sande on the 1st November nine years ago and have settled in fine. 

Johanne and Malte - Read the full story here