Millions of tourists visit Denmark every year. A person looking for the opportunities to immigrate to Denmark are evaluated using a point’s based system – the Danish Green Card. Points are gained for applicant’s education level, work experience, language skills. If your education and work experience are related to certain fields additional points can be earned. A visa is issued to the applicant for the purpose of a short stay which is less than 3 months in Denmark. During the stay, Employment is not permitted.
There are specific rules regarding visas for business visits, private and tourist visits as well as cultural visits for Denmark.
Business visas for Denmark
The applicant can obtain a visa-related with a business visit but there should be an actual professional relationship between your company and the company in Denmark. The visa is only issued if the applicant can prove that you are commercially active and want to come to Denmark for any of the following activities: trade, making a business deal or inspecting machines or products before purchasing them from a Danish company.
The applicant can apply for a visa-related with cultural or scientific events such as congresses or sporting events. You must be able to provide evidence of the purpose of your visit.
Danish Green Card
The Danish Green Card is based on points-based work permit scheme which allows the applicant to live and work in Denmark if you have points based upon on age, language skills, work experience, and education. If you score 100 points, you can obtain a residence permit valid for up to 18 months. In addition, you will be able to bring your family as well.