Visa Process for Denmark
First of all you have to fill the application form for your visa electronically and then if you want you can print a hard-copy. Attach two recent taken passport size photographs. Your copies of previous visas and your passport should be valid for 3 months at least after the return date is necessary. More than two blank pages on your passport is must including travel health insurance confirmation of minimum €30,000 coverage in Denmark with a cover letter mentioning the purpose for visiting Denmark. Show flights itinerary like flight numbers, dates specifying entry and exit from the country. Submit hotel reservations for the duration of your stay in Denmark. Civil status proof like marriage certificate, death certificate of spouse, birth certificate of children or ration card. Proof of sufficient financial means for the period of stay in Denmark is also applicable to show.
If you are going for work then employment contract is necessary including current bank statement of the latest six months. ITR (Income tax return) form or certificate of income tax deducted at the source of salary.
If you are self employed or want to start your own business then a copy of your business license is must. Company bank statement is needed of the latest six months as well as ITR (Income tax return).
In case you want to study and are going Denmark as student then proof of enrollment of your college or school is must with No-objection certificate from school or university.
For more info please visit: https://www.schengenvisainfo.com/denmark-visa
If you are planning a private visit or tourist visit in this country you can apply for a short term visa which is for 90 days or less than 90 days. Bilateral visa-facilitation agreements with a number of countries: Montenegro, Albania, Ukraine, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Russia and Moldova have concluded by Danish Authorities. Turkish people who have service in Denmark do not need a visa. Also people, who have various types of residence permit, do not need a visa.
You can get a visa if the authorities evaluate that you will return home before visa expires and you will follow the conditions for your visa.
An arrangement by travel agency makes it easier for tourists from other countries to visit Denmark. Agency makes sure that the Danish embassy or consulate situated in different countries is authorized to issue visas for up to 30 days to tourists.
Requirement to be followed are mentioned below:
- The Trip should be organized by the authorized travel agency with the help of Danish Immigration Service in question that has been authorized by the Danish embassy of the Danish consulate general to take part in the arrangement.
- The travel agency authorized by the immigration Service and the travel agency in the country in question formed a collaboration agreement.
- Providing documents is must proving that the trip is a package deal which includes minimum transport and a reservation at the hotel.
Applications of all the applicants for a visa must be submitted by the travel agency. Fresh applicants must give their biometric features record. Fingerprints which have recorded less than 59 months from the submission of the form will be valid. Danish embassy or consulate will call you after submission for the interview and to ask further information. Applicant should fulfill the general requirements for Schengen visa to get a visa under the travel agency arrangements. For further queries you can contact authorized travel agencies in the countries or please contact the Danish diplomatic mission abroad (embassy or consulate) in your own country or visit the website.
Citizens of the European Union (EU) and the European Economic Area (EEA) also don’t need a visa to live, work, or study in Denmark. All the other citizens must apply for a visa, which will allow them to stay in the country for 90 days. Any person wishing to stay longer will need a residence and work permit to do so.
Certain areas such as the education, engineering, IT, medicine and healthcare sectors, building, energy and electrical engineers, medical consultants, hospital doctors, dentists and pharmacists.
Jobs in Denmark don’t pay too well, but you have to have a job skill and speak English to work there.
Compared to other countries applying for work visa or permit is an easy process. However, applicants and employers need to meet a long list of requirements and to know the steps of how to get work visa in Denmark respectively.
Application process and requirements are as follows:
- Create a case order ID
- Pay the visa fees
- Submit the required documents
- Submit the work visa application form
- Have your biometrics taken
- Wait for a response
- Passport or personal ID
- Work and Residence permit
- Employment or assignment contract
- Proof of your address such as rental contract in Denmark
- Documents registering any change of name such as marriage or divorce certificate, etc.
- Birth certificate of your children, if applicable.
Types of Several Visas for work are as follows:
- Fast Track Scheme
- Pay Limit Scheme
- Positive List
- Researcher (and guest researcher)
- Employed PhD
- Herdsmen and farm managers
- Other Visas
For more info please visit: https://www.internations.org/go/moving-to-denmark/visas-work-permits