Du och din gode man ska besöka Skatteverket för att folkbokföra dig.
Det innebär bland annat att du får ett personnummer med de fyra sista siffrorna.
Thus, most IT systems are presumed updated to accept numbers that fail the check-digit validation.
The register was established in 1968 by combining information from all municipal civil registers of Denmark into one.
It is a ten-digit number with the format DDMMYY-SSSS, where DDMMYY is the date of birth and SSSS is a sequence number.
However, personnummerbevis is still issued today and has been since September 1968.
It is received upon registration with the Civil Registration System, either by birth or by moving to the country.
Any person who is a member of ATP or is required to pay tax in Denmark according to the Tax-control Law of Denmark, but is not registered in a civil register, also receives a personal identification number.
The civil register lists only persons who: Danish citizens, including newborn babies, who are entitled to Danish citizenship, but are living abroad, do not receive a personal ID number, unless they move to Denmark.
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) is a national identification number, which is part of the personal information stored in the Civil Registration System (Danish: Det Centrale Personregister).
The first digit of the sequence number encodes the century of birth (so that centenarians are distinguished from infants), and the last digit of the sequence number is odd for males and even for females.