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The Danish Green Card scheme non-European Union skilled migrants are allows applicant to live and work in Denmark. The Danish green card is points based work permit scheme which allows if applicant score enough points based upon criteria such as education, age, language skills and work experience. If you score at least 100 points, applicant can easily attain a residence permit applicable for 18 months, scoring 100 points, applicant can access all the rights which are covered in the scheme.

There are outstanding opportunities for candidate to work in Denmark as Danish companies are facing shortages in getting qualified employees.

Basic Features

Person is allowed to travel and work in Denmark initially for 3 years. Consistent work in Denmark helps applicant to attain visa for next 4 years. In addition on the basis of being able to support yourself without alternative to public funds and work experience gained.

Processing time: - 5-6 Months

Applicant is allowed to take their immediate family members & they too can work or study in Denmark


Danish Green Cards are applicable for up to 18 months, and it can also be extended.

The Danish Green Card Points Based System

This visa is points based, with applicants scoring points for education, language skills, and flexibility. For full details of the point scoring criteria please contact us.


  • Education - bachelor’s degree + bonus points for Listed Occupations(esteemed job)
  • Language Skills Knowledge of English or other foreign language German, Danish or Swedish
  • Work Experience 1+ years work experience in required.
  • Age For those below 40 years old.
  • Flexibility Studied or worked in the European Union/ European Economic Area
  • 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.


Step 1: Sign up with Abroad Immigration

Step 3: Submit relevant and required documents to Abroad Immigration

Step 4: Case officer prepare your file with the required documentation

Step 5: Documents along with final orientation will be given to the client

Step 6: Appointment date will be fixed by us and informed to you

Step 7: Submission of documents along with other required info like biometric fingerprints

Step 8: Expert advice and guidance on travelling, studying and settling in Denmark