What rights do EU job-seeking migrants have in Denmark?
EU-citizens have the right of free movement and residence throughout the Union. This means EU-citizens can live and work in Denmark for up to three months on the basis of a valid identity card or passport. For more than three months, EU-citizens must have sufficient financial means to support themselves or be actively job-seeking. They can stay more than six months if they have a chance to obtain a job in Denmark based on their qualifications. Job-seeking EU-citizens are entitled to treatment equal to that received by Danish nationals in regards to employment access, e.g. they have the right to ‘job center’ services and assistance.