Denmark Green Card Programme

Green Card Programs are popular worldwide as they confer permanent settlement, residency and working rights. Individuals are striving everyday to secure a green card for more stability and a secured status in the country. Learn more about the Danish Green card program by contacting our team via the free assessment section

You can be granted a residence and work permit in order to work as a member of the clergy, as a missionary, or in order to perform other functions within a religious order or denomination.

If you are a Nordic citizen, you are free to reside, study and work in Denmark. If you are an EU/EEA citizen or Swiss citizen seeking residence in Denmark based on the EU rules on freedom of movement, you may be subject to special regulations. More information about EU/EEA and Nordic citizens.

If you already hold a Danish residence permit based on family reunification or asylum, or hold a residence permit on humanitarian grounds, you do not need a work permit in order to work in Denmark.

It is your own responsibility to obtain a work permit if you are required to. If you work illegally in Denmark, you risk deportation, and you and your employer risk fine or imprisonment.

The Greencard Scheme has been repealed with effect from 10 June 2016. Global Migrate can confirm that applications for a residence permit under the Greencard Scheme submitted before 10 June 2016 will be processed.

If you want to live and work in Denmark, the countrys Greencard Scheme is the most popular route you can avail. Like any immigration process, getting a Demark Greencard can be a very complex and daunting process. If you want help with your application, get in touch with Global-Migrates trained immigration consultants. We have helped many people apply for, and get, their Green Cards.

The Greencard scheme is a points-based system. Points are earned for the level of education you have attained, along with bonus points for top ranked universities. You can also earn additional points if you are qualified to work in certain fields. Regardless of field, you will also earn points for your recent work experience.

To find out more about which fields can earn you the most points, or to find out how many points your education will earn, get in touch with Global-Migrate today.

You will also be given points for your language skills. While knowledge of Danish can be important for your success in Denmark, you might also be eligible for points for your knowledge of other languages, including English and German.

Au pair visa are design for young people looking to live and learn in denmark. The young person stays in the host family looking after the host children, the host children must be under 18 year old. The other purpose for this visa is to improve language and/or professional skills as well as broaden his/her cultural horizon by becoming more acquainted with Denmark.

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The Denmark Marriage Visa, requires the spouse to be able to support themselves in Denmark.

To be eligible for this type of visa, the foreign national and their spouse must be married aged 24 years old. If you are not yet married, you can apply for a fiancé visa instead. If you aren’t sure what visa you need, request a call back from one of Global-Migrate’s trained immigration advisors.

For a successful application, you’ll need to provide proof of your marriage and relationship. This includes documents like a marriage certificate along with information about how and when you met your spouse.

Welcome to Global-Migrate, UK’s most trusted name in Denmark Visas and Immigration.Denmark is the southernmost of the Nordic countries, located southwest of Sweden and south of Norway. Germany is on the south of Denmark. The country consists of a large peninsula, Jutland and many islands, as well as hundreds of minor islands often referred to as the Danish Archipelago.
Denmark has recently become one of the most active members of the European Union which is giving Skilled foreign workers an opportunity to work in their country. Denmark’s immigration policy is very similar to the HSMP or the Tier 1 General category in the United Kingdom’s skilled immigration options which is not available to foreign nationals anymore. Denmark Immigration uses a point’s based system, namely, the Danish Green Card to attract foreign skilled workers to come work in the EU. Apart from this, Denmark also has a work permit system called the Positive List scheme which allows foreign nationals with a valid job offer from a Danish employer to work in Denmark.

Looking to relocate to Denmark on a permanent basis? You might qualify for the Denmark Permanent Residence Visa.

If you wish to apply for a Danish residence and work permit, the application process depends on whether you are applying as an employee, as a self-employed person, or as a jobseeker. Full details on how to apply for the Danish residence and work permit can be found here.