Denmark Immigration from India

Denmark Green Card allows its holder to live in Denmark and operate there. An applicant is granted a residency and work permit under the Danish Green Card Scheme taking into account certain essential parameters used to assess the applicant on the basis of a ‘point scale.’

If a residence permit is obtained under Denmark’s green card scheme, it is not required to apply for a work permit again. This is because a green card holder is allowed to work in Denmark.

In order to work in Denmark, you will need to apply for a permit to work and live in Denmark. The country offers different categories for work permits. The three most common ones are:

 Fast-Track Scheme

 Pay Limit Scheme

Positive List

These options include visa types such as research, pay limit, and more.

The easiness of getting a visa depends on the role. It will be easier to get a visa if you are coming to Denmark from India on a job that is facing a skill shortage. In that case, you can apply for a Positive List visa.

You will find it easy to get your Denmark visa from India processed if you are coming to the country on a job that pays significantly higher than the average salary or if your employer has been approved by the government as an international employer.

Just three reasons why you would want to migrate to Denmark

  • A well-balanced family and work-life
  • Excellent business climate and
  • An efficient welfare state
Why Migrate to Denmark

Despite a strong economy, Denmark has not been immune to the international financial crisis and its negative impact on the employment situation. Still, there are some areas in which Denmark will continue to rely on international recruitment, not least in regard to high skilled positions. Denmark is still expected to face the demand for foreign labor in more job categories when the market situation is looking more promising in some years.

It is possible to be granted a residence permit for the purpose of seeking work and working in Denmark. A residence and work permit under the Green card scheme is issued on the basis of an individual evaluation based on a point system.

If you are granted a residence permit under the Green card scheme, you do not need to obtain a separate work permit. A residence permit under the Green card scheme gives you the right to carry out paid or unpaid work. However, a residence permit under the Green card scheme does not give you the right to work as a self-employed person (run your own business).

Green card Scheme:

Green card scheme is followed by the pointing system, need to score 100 points to qualify for Green Card, based on education, language skills, adaptability. You can be granted a first-time residence permit under the Green card scheme for up to two years. Before the end of this period, you can apply for an extension of up to three years.

Your residence permit can be extended if you meet a minimum income requirement: If, in the course of the past 12 months before submitting your application for an extension, you have earned the average salary (of the public and private sector) for new graduates with a Bachelor’s degree.

Largest Cities:

  • Copenhagen
  • Arhus
  • Odense
  • Aalborg
  • Frederiksberg

Indian Diaspora:

Out of a population of 5.3 million, the Indian community at 2150 comprises 0.04%. Indian Nationals in Denmark are mainly Computer Professionals, Journalists, Doctors, Kiosk and Restaurant owners. In Denmark there are about 7,500-8,000 Hindus of Tamil Origin.

Why choose Denmark?

The Kingdom of Denmark commonly known as Denmark, is a country in the Scandinavian region of northern Europe, The mainland is bordered by Germany, Sweden and Norway. Denmark borders both the Baltic and the North Sea. Denmark is a constitutional monarchy with a parliamentary system of government.

Denmark is a member state of the European Union. The Global Peace Index survey ranks Denmark as the second most peaceful country in the world, after New Zealand, Denmark was also ranked as the least corrupt country in the world.

Copenhagen was ranked as the most livable city in the world by Monocle magazine, about 9% of the population has foreign citizenship. A large portion of foreign citizens are of Scandinavian ancestry, while the rest are of a variety of Nationalities.

Denmark’s population is approx. 5.5 million. Danish is the official language and is spoken throughout the country. English and German are the most widely spoken foreign languages.

Denmark has a GDP per capita Income higher than that of most European countries and 15-20% higher than that of the United States.

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