(1) Persons who are employed by the Danish State and ordered to enter service outside the realm, shall be considered to be permanently resident in the realm.
(2) The following persons who have taken up temporary residence in foreign countries shall also be considered to be permanently resident in the realm-
(i) persons being sent out in foreign service as employees of a Danish public agency or any local private undertaking or association;
(ii) persons taking up residence in foreign countries as employees of an international organisation of which Denmark is a member;
(iii) persons being sent out to do service in foreign countries by a Danish relief organisation;
(iv) persons staying abroad for the purpose of education;
(v) persons staying abroad for health reasons;
(vi) persons staying abroad and who, with respect to affiliation with the realm, must be quite co-equal with the persons specified in paragraphs (i) to (v).
(3) Persons taking up residence in foreign countries shall also be considered to be permanently resident in the realm if they intend to return to the realm within two years of their departure.
(4) Any person co-habiting at the same address with a person comprised by subsections (1), (2) or (3) shall be considered to be permanently resident in the realm if the co-habiting partners concerned-
(i) have married or entered into a registered partnership with each other, or
(ii) fulfil the conditions of marrying or entering into a registered partnership with each other and had set up joint residence before departure.