Schengen Denmark

Schengen Denmark

Denmark Schengen Visa Applications
For short stays of up to 90 days in Denmark

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Important Travel Document Information – Please Read

Ensuring the security of citizens and travellers in Denmark, the management of borders are controlled by EU State authorities. This is achieved by Information sharing controls which are as follows.

  • The Visa Information System allows Schengen States to exchange visa data, in particular data on decisions relating to short-stay visa applications.
  • The Schengen Information System allows Schengen States to exchange data on suspected criminals, on people who may not have a legal right to stay in the EU or even enter to begin with, on stolen, misappropriated or lost property and on missing persons.

You are required by law to answer any application information accurately and truthfully.

Schengen Visa

The Schengen agreement was signed by the Danish government on December 19, 1996, and it went into effect on March 25, 2001. However, because to the security situation in Europe and concerns posed by continual major secondary movements, Denmark is one of the six Schengen countries that has resumed border checks.

  1. A passport or other travel document that is valid. Issued within the last ten years and valid for at least three months beyond the day you plan to depart Denmark (and the Schengen zone ).
  2. If you are subject to the Danish visa regime, you will need a visa.
  3. Other supporting documents, such as an invitation letter from a Danish host, proof of housing, or a round-trip ticket, may be requested.

Please select one of the following options when applying for your Denmark Schengen Visa:

Schengen Applications

Fill out your application completely and truthfully. Your responses will be used during your Embassy interview. Any differences will complicate your approval process.

You must apply for a residency permit, rather than a Denmark Schengen Visa if you plan to stay in Denmark for more than 90 days.

A Schengen Visa is an official travel document. It allows the holder to visit any Schengen countries. This can be for tourist or business reasons. For up to 90 days.

The Schengen Zone is made up of 26 European nations. At their shared borders, they have agreed to eliminate all passports and other forms of border control. In terms of international travel, the region primarily functions as a single jurisdiction with a uniform visa policy.

All third-country nationals who have not yet signed a liberalization agreement with Schengen member states must get this travel authorization before to traveling in Europe. To determine if you need a Schengen visa to visit a Schengen member country

What is a Schengen Visa?

A Schengen Visa is a short-term European visa. This type of Visa enables the holder to travel freely throughout the Schengen area. The visa, itself is issued by one of the Schengen nations. That is to say, you can visit any of the Schengen countries for up to 90 days during a 180-day period.

The Schengen Visa is the most common visa in Europe. In order words, it entitles the holder to enter, travel freely within, and exit the Schengen area from any Schengen member country. There are no border controls within the Schengen zone .

Requirements For Denmark Schengen Visa

  • Application Form Completed
  • Two images must be supplied, one of which must be in passport size and taken recently with a bright backdrop. Learn more about Danish Visa photo standards and specs.
  • Your passport, as well as documents of any prior visas, must be valid for at least three months beyond the return date. At least two blank pages are required in your passport.
  • Confirmation of travel health insurance coverage of at least 30,000 Euros inside Denmark and the Schengen region
  • A cover letter outlining the objective of the trip to Denmark as well as the itinerary (Click here for cover letter examples!)
  • Dates and flight numbers defining entrance and departure from Denmark on a flying itinerary.
  • Reservation of a hotel for the length of the expected stay in Denmark.
  • Proof of citizenship (marriage certificate, birth certificate of children, death certificate of spouse, ration card if applicable)
  • Subsistence methods Evidence of adequate financial resources for the duration of your stay in Denmark

Schengen Visa Purposes

Tourism is one of the most popular reasons to visit Denmark. There are many other purposes you may state on your application that you want to travel because:

  • Friend / Family Visits
  • Business Trips
  • Medical Treatment
  • To Study
  • Cultural, such as sports or film crewers

Denmarks southernmost Scandinavian country is known for its gorgeous capital and friendly inhabitants. If you want to stay in Denmark for fewer than 90 days, you will need a Denmark Schengen Visa.

Non-Schengen citizens who do not have a visa-free travel agreement with the area, or who have been refused a visa-free travel, will need a Schengen Visa to enter Denmark. Traveling to Denmark on a Schengen Visa for tourism, business, visiting family or friends, or short study trips is common. It is only valid for up to 90 days.

Schengen Countries

Travelling with a Denmark Schengen Visa

Applicants must apply for and undergo a Schengen Visa interview. Youll also need two current passport-style pictures, a passport or other travel document thats less than ten years old and valid for at least three months after your departure date from the Schengen Area. This includes travel and medical insurance up to €30,000, a cover letter describing your itinerary and reason of visit, a flight itinerary and evidence of housing during your stay, proof of civil status (such a marriage certificate) and proof of financial support.

The Danish Visa Code requires applicants for a Denmark Schengen Visa to demonstrate €67.24 each day. This may be done by showing bank statements, hotel bookings, and evidence of income or investments.

For a longer work visa or a short-stay business Schengen visa, you will need an invitation letter to Denmark for business or employment.

If you want to work in Denmark, youll need to prove the embassy/consulate that you satisfy the Danish Schengen Visa criteria. If you are employed, you will need a recent bank statement, a letter from your company approving your trip, and an income tax return. You may also be asked to prove your credentials.

If youre self-employed, bring your business licence, bank statements, and tax records.

Student visas need confirmation of enrollment at a Danish institution, a no objection letter from your home university, and an invitation letter. You may also be asked to prove your credentials.

Determine the kind of Denmark Schengen Visa required for your trip. Collect your visa requirements for Denmark. Make a visa appointment with the Danish Embassy/Consulate in your native country (VAC). Attend a visa interview at your preferred Danish embassy. Wait for a visa approval. Applicant tracking should be possible online.

You must apply at a Danish embassy or consulate in your home country. Denmarks official visa partner, VFS Global, may represent Denmark in your nation.

A Denmark Schengen Visa normally takes 15 days to complete, but in rare cases, it might take up to 60 days. You have six months to apply for a visa.

You will receive all updates to the email address you present on your application and our phone lines are open 9am-5pm (GMT+0) if you have any queries. We can ensure your visa application goes smoothly, however, entrance to the Schengen zone is not guaranteed by approved Visa Applications.