MIGRATE IN DENMARK
ABOUT THE GREEN CARD
Under the scheme, non-European Union skilled migrants are allowed to come to Denmark under a renewable 3 years permit for the purpose of finding work. The Danish green card is quite different from the US green card, which grants permanent residence. Under this scheme you get to enter Denmark & live there. When you find a job, you are granted a permit to work in Denmark.
There are excellent opportunities in Denmark as Danish companies are facing shortages in getting qualified employees.
This programme is a new way of allowing qualified individuals to come in and work in Denmark.
Foreigners with special qualifications obtaining employment in areas with the shortage of Danish labour have easy access to residents and work permits in Denmark.
Denmark issued more than 1692 green cards in 2007; scheme has been expanded this year to allow many more qualified Indian workers to apply.
Allows you to travel to Denmark and work initially for three years.
This Visa may then be for another four years. The extension is on the basis of being able to support yourself without recourse to public funds and work experience gained.
- At the end of 7 years in Denmark, you may apply for indefinite leave to remain / Citizenship.
- Process time: 5-6 Months
- Allows you to take your immediate family members & they too can work / study in Denmark
WHY MIGRATE TO DENMARK?
- Denmark was ranked as “The happiest place in the world” based on the standards of health, welfare and education.
- Many job opportunities – Unemployment is currently at a historical low in Denmark
- High Salaries – Gross salaries are high in Denmark in comparison with other countries making Denmark an attractive place to work
- English as the corporate language – All companies in Denmark as medium of communication in the work place.
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 and part of its single market.
Denmark, with a free market capitalist economy, and a large welfare state, ranks according to one measure as having the world’s highest level of income equality.
From 2006 to 2008, surveys ranked Denmark as “the happiest place in the world,” based on standards of health, welfare, and education.
The 2008 Global Peace Index survey ranks Denmark as the second most peaceful country in the world, after Iceland.
Denmark was also ranked as the least corrupt country in the world in the 2008 Corruption Perceptions Index, sharing a top position with Sweden and New Zealand.
In 2008, the capital and largest city, Copenhagen, was ranked the most livable city in the world by Monocle magazine..
About 9% of the population have foreign citizenship. A large portion of the foreign citizens are of Scandinavian ancestry, while the rest are of a variety of nationalities.
Denmark’s population (as at 1 January 2008) was 5.4 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 higher than that of most European countries, and 15-20% higher than that of the United States.
Denmark’s national currency, the krone (plural: kroner), is de facto linked to the Euro. The exchange rate is very steady at approx. Rest. 8.68 per krone.
Education – Minimum bachelor’s degree + bonus points for those with education for the Positive List Occupations
Language Skills Knowledge of Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, English or German. A formal test is not required.
Work Experience 1+ years work experience in required
Adaptability Studied or worked in the European Union/ European Economic Area
Age For those below 40 years old.
Funds The applicant will be required to show about 6 lakes in liquid funds by way of a bank statement. The funds need not be held for any period of time.
COSTS :- ( INCLUDING ALL COSTS )
- Foenix Processing Fees :- 1,00,000/-
- On registration :- 25,000/-
- On Medical :- 25,000/-
- After Visa :- 50,000/-
- Foenix: 3-4 weeks.
- Consulate/Embassy: 4 To 5 months approx
FOENIX REFUND POLICY
Upon Visa refusal, 25% of fees paid to Foenix will be refunded.
QUALIFY IF YOU SCORE 100 POINTS THROUGH:
- Work experience
- Language Skills
- Adaptability – If you have studied or worked in the European Union / European Economical Area
- Sufficient funds for the first year in Denmark
Occupations in Demand in Denmark Score Bonus points if you have education in these occupations.
The Positive List The Positive List consists of a number of professional fields currently experiencing a shortage of qualified professionals.
- Academic work
- Hotel, restaurant, kitchen, canteen
- IT and telecommunication
- Educational, social and religious work
- Sales, purchases and marketing
- Health, healthcare and personal care
- Freight forwarding, postal services, storage
- and engine operation
- Education and tuition