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Opening hours during the summer

Denmark generally slows down during the summer, which is also the case for the International Centre and other public offices.

2016.06.15 | Anne Pletschette Langer

Entrance of the International Centre

Photo: AU Communication

The International Centre will not be fully staffed during the summer period, so please be patient if you have inquiries during weeks 29, 30 and 31. During these weeks many will be away on vacation so you should expect an extended service time when contacting the centre's reception.

International Academic Staff Services (IAS) will be open during the summer, but during the weeks of 29, 30 and 31 you should not expect immediate answers, as the office will not be fully staffed.

Other public offices will also be reduced in staff or closed:

  • The Danish Immigration Service will be open as normal but with less staff.
  • The Aarhus Police Foreign Office will be open as normal, but with less staff. Experiences from previous years tells us, that you should book appointments 4 weeks ahead of time.
  • International Citizen Service West (in Aarhus) will be closed for 3 weeks in July (weeks 28, 29 and 30). For further information about the opening hours of the 3 other ICS centres, please contact them directly, see . If you need the services of ICS during the above 3 weeks, you should instead contact the local Citizen Service, the local tax authorities or the Regional State Administration directly. These offices will be open but with less staff.

Registering with the Danish Authorities Guide

We have made a guide on where to go to get assistance when the International Citizen Service is closed. The guide Registering with the Danish Authorities informs you of the address, opening hours and other practical information about the State Administration, Citizen Service, Danish tax authorities and the Police.

Read Registering with the Danish Authorities

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Revised 19.06.2018