The ID card that states your CPR number also gives you access to health care and contains your postal address, as well as the general practitioner to which you are assigned. Although your photo is not on the card, it functions in many cases as an ID card in Denmark.
If you move from one place to another in Denmark, you must go to the Citizen Service office and apply for a new one. This does not cost any money. It takes approximately two weeks to get the card after applying.
This is how a Yellow Card looks, and is a valid ID, although it does not have your picture on it. Most places accept it equally to your passport or driver’s license.