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  • The Faroe Islands and Greenland
    If you plan on making a short-term visit (up to 90 days) to the Faroe Islands or Greenland, you must have a visa that is valid for entry into the Faroe Islands and/or Greenland, if you come from a country with a visa requirement.

    Topic: Visa (short term)
    Date: 18.07.16
    Type: Contentpage
    About the content on newtodenmark.dk
    Published by:
    The Danish Immigration Service
  • Family reunification
    Family reunification in Greenland and residence in Greenland on the grounds of previous Danish citizenship or Greenlandic/Danish descent.

    Topic: Family Reunification
    Date: 04.11.15
    Type: Contentpage
    About the content on newtodenmark.dk
    Published by:
    The Danish Immigration Service
  • Work
    On 1 October 2015 the responsibility for processing applications for residence permits in Greenland based on work or studies was transferred to the Danish Agency for International Recruitment and Integration. The Danish Immigration Service was previously responsible for processing these types of applications.If you need to apply for a residence permit in Greenland as an  Employee Student Au pair Intern you must therefore now submit you application to the Danish Agency for International Recruitment and Integration.

    Topic: Work
    Date: 13.01.16
    Type: Contentpage
    About the content on newtodenmark.dk
    Published by:
    The Danish Agency for International Recruitment and Integration
  • Fees
    A fee must normally be paid when a foreign national applies for a residence permit in the following case types: Case types administered by the Agency for International Recruitment and Integration: Work, studies, au pair, interns, accompanying family member of a foreign national working or studying in Denmark.Case types administered by the Danish Immigration Service: Family reunification and religious workers.For all case types mentioned above, you must also pay a fee if you apply for an extension, want to appeal a ruling or request to reopen a case. Furthermore, you must pay a fee when you apply for a permanent residence permit. This does also apply if you are a refugee or has a residence permit on humanitarian grounds.Some applicants are exempt from paying a fee. Read more about exemptions from paying a feeFees are regulated every year on 1 January. Case types which do not warrant a feeThere is no fee for submitting an application for a residence permit in the following case types: Asylum, residence permit on humanitarian grounds, residence permit as a non-deportable person, residence permits under the International Cities of Refuge Network programme, residence permit on the grounds of former Danish citizenship or Danish descent, Working Holiday, volunteers, commuters, sideline employment or residence permit in Greenland and the Faroe Islands. Likewise, there is no fee for submitting an application for an extension of one of these case types, or when submitting an appeal or a request for a case to be re-opened in one of these case types.Read more about fees

    Topic: Other
    Date: 18.04.16
    Type:
    About the content on newtodenmark.dk
    Published by:
    The Danish Immigration Service and The Danish Agency for International Recruitment and Integration