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Denmark's visa rules and complexities can be intricate, requiring careful consideration for individuals seeking to enter the country. Navigating the Danish visa system involves adhering to specific regulations and documentation requirements, with different visa categories for purposes such as work, study, or family reunification. The constant evolution of immigration policies and compliance standards adds layers of complexity, demanding applicants to stay informed about the latest updates. Danish authorities prioritize a thorough evaluation of each application, and meeting the criteria demands attention to detail.

Ekspatify offers the following services:

  • Personalized assessment of your case.

  • Meet the requirements and eligibility for migrating to Denmark.

  • STEP-BY-STEP guidance including the completion of visa forms, financial statements, biometric records, etc.

Healthcare Workers

XG1 (Non-EU citizen)

You can use this application form to apply for a residence permit in Denmark if you are a medical doctor, dentist, or nurse who has been trained outside the EU/EEA and wish to apply for a residence permit to obtain a Danish authorization as a medical doctor, dentist or nurse.

As a doctor, dentist, or nurse you will not be granted a work permit when applying with this form. You will only be granted a residence permit. If you are offered a job, you must apply for a work permit using the application form XG4.

Pay Limit Scheme

If you've received a lucrative job offer in Denmark, you have the option to apply for a residence and work permit through the Pay Limit Scheme. There's no prerequisite for a specific educational background or a job within a particular professional field. Additionally, if you've sought asylum in Denmark and secured a high-paying job, you can also utilize this scheme for your application. Moreover, under this program, your spouse or partner is eligible to work in Denmark as well.

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The Positive List
(Skilled Workers)

If you have been offered a job included in the Positive List for Skilled Work, you can apply for a Danish residence and work permit based on this scheme.

Important parameters for your visa/work permit:

  • Work experience

  • Qualification

  • Language level

  • Skill Proficiency

One of the conditions for a residence permit under this scheme is that an accompanying family member (spouse, cohabiting partner, children, or in certain circumstances other family members) has not had their residence permit revoked more than once due to lack of a required work permit.

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