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IMPORTANT! READ THIS BEFORE APPLYING FOR A VISA

Be aware of the current restrictions on entry into Denmark. Travelers can enter Denmark only if they have a worthy purpose. Read more about what constitutes a worthy purpose on the website of the Danish Police.

IMPORTANT! Residence permit applications for studies (including paid or unpaid PhD students), stay for authorisation, interns, volunteers, au pairs as well as their accompanying family members
The Danish Ministry of Immigration and Integration has issued a regulation which means that from 3 February 2021 and for four weeks after that date, residence permits will not be granted for the abovementioned purposes. For more information regarding this regulation, please visit this website.

Important test information when entering Denmark

Persons resident outside of Denmark must present proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken no more than 24 hours before entry. Please note that persons travelling to Denmark by air, must present a negative COVID-19 test taken no more than 24 hours before boarding the plane. On this page you will find information about rules and required documents.

Representation agreements suspended
In some countries, Denmark handles visa case processing on behalf of other Schengen countries. However, due to various entry restrictions, the representation agreements have been suspended until further notice - except for Iceland regarding visas and residence permits (if resident in Mali), and Norway regarding residence permits.

For more information please send your request here:

bkoambvisa@um.dk

IMPORTANT! READ THIS BEFORE APPLYING FOR A VISA

Be aware of the current restrictions on entry into Denmark. Travelers can enter Denmark only if they have a worthy purpose. Read more about what constitutes a worthy purpose on the website of the Danish Police.

IMPORTANT! Residence permit applications for studies (including paid or unpaid PhD students), stay for authorisation, interns, volunteers, au pairs as well as their accompanying family members
The Danish Ministry of Immigration and Integration has issued a regulation which means that from 3 February 2021 and for four weeks after that date, residence permits will not be granted for the abovementioned purposes. For more information regarding this regulation, please visit this website.

Important test information when entering Denmark

Persons resident outside of Denmark must present proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken no more than 24 hours before entry. Please note that persons travelling to Denmark by air, must present a negative COVID-19 test taken no more than 24 hours before boarding the plane. On this page you will find information about rules and required documents.

Representation agreements suspended
In some countries, Denmark handles visa case processing on behalf of other Schengen countries. However, due to various entry restrictions, the representation agreements have been suspended until further notice - except for Iceland regarding visas and residence permits (if resident in Mali), and Norway regarding residence permits.

For more information please send your request here:

bkoambvisa@um.dk