The Denmark Green Card scheme is a residence permit which allows a foreign national (skilled and professional) to live
Normally, children over the age of 15 cannot receive a residence permit. In certain circumstances, children over the age of 15 can be granted a residence permit.
Yes, former Danish citizens can obtain a residence permit in Denmark.
A positive list is a list of occupations Denmark is currently facing a shortage of qualified and skilled professionals. Its significance lies in the fact that if the applicant has been offered a position/job in one of these shortage occupations features the eligible skills, he or she can be granted a visa to work in the offered position/job. Moreover, the occupation falling under the positive list will also fetch the applicant with additional scores under work experience category.
For a citizen of country outside the Nordic countries of the EU zone, it is mandatory for him to hold a residence and work permit.
There are no restrictions. All the nationals of the non-EU region can apply.
Age: 18-40 years
Educational Qualification: Bachelor’s Degree
Language skill: Pass IELTS with 5-6 bands
Work Experience: 1-2 year work experience
Adaptability: Good adaptability
The general validity of the Green card is 3 years. However, before the Denmark visa expires you can apply for an extension of 1 year, following by an extension of 4 years.
(a) Allows you to travel anywhere across Schengen zone
(b) Allows you to apply for a citizenship in future,
(c) Aids government benefits to key aspirants and also accompanying family members
(d) Benefits free higher education for children.
The Denmark Green Card scheme is a residence permit which allows a foreign national (skilled and professional) to live in Denmark and carry out paid or unpaid work. However, the Danish green Card does not allow the migrant to run his own business.
In order to obtain this residency status, one needs to pass the eligibility test with a score of 100 points.