Q: How long is the Danish Green Card valid for?
A: Three years. It can then be renewed for an additional four years and thereafter converted to Permanent Residency.
Q: How long is the process?
A: 20-50 days.
Q: Can I take my family with me?
A: Yes, you can bring your spouse and children.
Q: I speak only English. Is that a problem?
A: No. English is the corporate language in Denmark.
Q: Do I need to have any funds with me?
A: Yes, you need to proof that you have funds to support yourself for one year. DKK 5,079 for persons under 25 (not living with their parents). DKK 6,124 for single persons over 24. DKK 5,079 per person for married/cohabiting persons over 24. DKK 1,532 per child if you are a single person. DKK 1,270 per child if you are a married/cohabiting person.
Example: If you are married and 25 years or older and have two children and you are not living with your parents then you need to prove that you have (DKK 6,124 + DKK 5,079 + DKK 1,270 + DKK 1,270) = 13,743 DKK available in funds.
Q: How can I be sure I am eligible?
A: Sign up for an eligibility evaluation with us. Your Danish processing consultant will do a detailed review of every aspect of your profile to determine whether you are eligible to apply for a Danish Green Card. There is no other way to be completely sure that you are eligible for the Danish Green Card Work Visa Program.
Q: Once I get my green card, will you assist me with finding a job?
A: Yes, you may use our job search services to find a job in Denmark.
Q: Will you also be able to help me find accommodation and get acquainted with Denmark?
A: Yes, we also provide relocation and settlement assistance to make your transition smoother and easier.
Q: How can I get started?
A: Sign up for an eligibility evaluation to see if you score the required number of points. If you do, then you are eligible to file your application for a Danish Green Card.