In 2018, changes were made to the Danish law concering language lessons for foreigners. However, these changes do not affect au pairs, who can still take Danish classes for free during their stay. Read our flyer to learn more about this and to find the sources for the ruling.
As an au pair in Denmark, you need to be able to communicate with the Danish authorities. For this, you need the so-called NemID: A personal, encrypted login used for accessing all public services. Read more about it through this link.
As an au pair, you are entitled to free health care on the same terms as anyone else holding the Danish Yellow Card. On this link, you can read more about the specifics of what these rights mean for you (all in English).