Denmark Dependant visa
When it comes to establishing a successful family and life, Denmark may be the finest option. Denmark’s government launched the “Family Reunification Scheme” to reunite immigrants’ families and support dependent partners or parents. It enables eligible migrants to sponsor their family members to come to Denmark and live with them.
The following family members can apply for the visa
Children under 18
2 passport size photographs
- Passports and copies of previous visas
- A cover letter stating the purpose of visit
- Proof of civil status
• Proof of adequate funds
- A minimum policy worth 30,000 Euros for travel insurance
• Bank statements of the last three months
As a dependent, 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.
Is it possible for a spouse to work in Denmark as a dependent?
If you are given a green card dependent visa because you are the spouse of a green card holder who is already a resident of Denmark, you will be permitted to work in Denmark for the duration of the visa; but, once the visa has expired, you will be unable to work or stay in the country.
Is it possible to bring spouse to Denmark on a student visa?
Students with student permits are allowed to bring their spouse, registered partner as well as any children under the age of 18 who live with them. Dependents will be able to obtain residency permits.
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