Denmark Immigration from Australia
There are numerous reasons to migrate to Denmark. Denmark was recognized as the second most peaceful country in the world, after New Zealand, in the Global Peace Index survey. Denmark was also classified as the least corrupt country in the world.
Denmark has a GDP per capita income that is greater than most European countries and 15-20% more than the United States.
Other reasons to migrate include:
- Work life balance
- Excellent business climate
- Efficient welfare state system
It is possible to obtain a residency visa in Denmark for the purpose of looking for work or working in the country. Non-European citizens can also enter Denmark through full-time higher education, internships, religious worker permits, au pair permits, and the asylum system.
Another way to move to Denmark is to apply for the Startup Denmark program, which provides three foreign entrepreneurs with a Danish residence permit and the opportunity to start a business if they have a unique business idea. Before granting the residence permit, a panel of specialists will assess the business proposal.
Application process for residence permit
You can apply for a residence permit before you arrive in Denmark by submitting an application to the Danish Immigration Service. Before submitting an application to the Danish embassy, the applicant must provide his biometric information.
The applicant must provide required biometric information to the Danish embassy or consulate in their native country.
A permit may be provided to your spouse or partner, as well as any children under the age of 18 living at home, if the prerequisites for providing residence permits are met.
You can apply for a permanent resident visa in Denmark after eight years of having a temporary residence permit. In other cases, a four-year stay is required.
You can apply for a permanent residency at any time. You are not required to wait until your residency permit is due to expire to apply. However, you must submit your application before your present residency permit expires.
You must be at least 18 years old.
You are still in compliance with the conditions of your current residence permit.
You’ve been a resident of Denmark for the past eight years.
You haven’t been found guilty of any crime.
You’ve never worked under a fictitious name.
You passed the second Danish language test 2.
- In the four years preceding your application for permanent residence, you have worked for at least three years and six months.
If you meet all of the basic conditions and two of the four additional requirements, you can apply for permanent residency after only four years in the nation.
- You have passed the Danish language test number three.
- You’ve been at your current job for at least four years.
- You passed the active citizen exam or demonstrated active citizenship in some way.
- You earned more than 286,525 DKK every year on average (42,695 USD).
The processing time for a permanent residence application could be up to eight months.
Can one enter Denmark before receiving a residence permit?
You must usually have been given a permit before travelling to Denmark if you are outside of Denmark when you submit your application.
If you want to fly to Denmark before SIRI has finished processing your application provided:
You are a resident of a country that allows you to visit Denmark without obtaining a visa,
You are a citizen of a country that requires a visa but has already been granted a visa for Denmark or another Schengen country, or are a citizen of a country that requires a visa but has already been granted a visa for Denmark or another Schengen country
You have a residency permit in another Schengen nation
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