Are you equipped with skills? Are you a student or a Worker with working experience? Denmark Needs Your Skills!!!
Denmark is an European Union’s most active members in trying to recruit skilled workers from around the world. Denmark’s immigration policy utilizes a points based system called the “Danish Green Card Scheme” to attract skilled workers from outside the EU.
Similar to the United Kingdom’s skilled immigration program
Denmark Government has opened an opportunity for foreigners to apply for its Denmark Visa Lottery. This is an excellent opportunity for any professional looking for a career and life in the EU. reasons being that EU and Danish companies are facing shortages in getting qualified employees in several key areas. This program is the best and fastest way of allowing qualified individuals worldwide to settle and work in Denmark or any other EU country.
Non-European Union skilled migrants are allowed to come to Denmark under a renewable 3 years Green Card permit for the purpose of finding work.
Criteria For Denmark Visa Lottery Application
Danish Green Card issuance is based on the point based immigration system. Hence, you need to score at least 100 points aggregate based on your key profile details, i.e. Language Skills, Work Experience, Education, Adaptability, and Age to become eligible to be selected for Danish Green Card.
How to Apply Danish Green Card Programme
Danish Green Card Programme is an online application so if you think you are eligible for a Danish Green Card and would like to apply for the Danish Green Card ⇒ Click here to move you to an online application forms ⇐
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How to Get Denmark Green Card
If you meet the eligibility criteria, you file your application and receive your Danish visum in 20-50 days! The Danish visum allows you to travel to Denmark and look for work there. As soon as you find a job, you will be granted a Danish Green Card immediately by the Danish authorities, which is your permit to work and live in Denmark or any other EU country.
Check the point’s allocation system below:
|Bachelor’s degree/Graduated from medium-length education||30|
|Bachelor’s degree followed by one-year Master’s degree||50|
|Bonus points if your University falls under world’s top universities|
|Danish level 1||5|
|Danish level 2||10|
|IELTS 5.0-6.0 Band or Danish level 3||20|
|IELTS 6.5 Band or Studies Danish as second language for 1 year of study or work.||40|
|Completion of 1 year of study in higher education program in EU/EEA Country or Switzerland||5|
|Completion of 3-5 year of study in higher education program in EU/EEA Country or Switzerland||10|
Professional Experience in EU/EEA/Switzerland Points
|1 year (12 consecutive months) legal residence and work in EU/EEA Country or Switzerland.||5|
|2 year (24 consecutive months) legal residence and work in EU/EEA Country or Switzerland.||10|
|Danish Language skills in education as Level 2||5|