Denmark Residence And Work Visa

Know More About Denmark Residence And Work Visa

Denmark is a beautiful place to work and getting a Denmark work permit or a Denmark visa is very easy to do by contacting a consultancy firm. But before you arrive in Denmark to work, it is important that you find out whether you are required to have a residence and work permit. There are some rules and they depend on your nationality, qualifications and the type of work. This means that voluntary work, student work and unpaid work are also included in these rules.

Here are some basic facts you need to know :

  • Citizens from the Nordic countries such as Denmark, Finland, and Sweden, Iceland and Norway the European Union (EU), European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland are free to reside in Denmark and work.
  • if you are a EU/EEA/Swiss citizen and you wish to reside in Denmark for a duration that is more than 3 months, you must apply for a registration certificate at the International Citizen Service or the Regional State Administration.
  • If you are a citizen from outside the Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden) and outside of the EU/EEA, you must apply for a Denmark residence and work permit before you can start working in Denmark. This is mandatory and is treated as your responsibility to do so.
  • If you are already a legal resident in Denmark, you can submit your application for a Denmark residence and work permit at any local police station or at the Danish Agency for Labor Market and Recruitment that can be reached online.

The process is easy, the leniency is high and the work culture is good. Obtaining a Denmark work visa or a permit is easy and beneficial for anyone who wishes to move to be a resident or to work in Denmark.


Talk to one of Permits and Visas‘ professional Immigration Consultants today and avail a Free Visa Assessment. Dial +971 4 553 8913 and we will help you all through out your Denmark Visa Application from Dubai and UAE.

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