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Denmark is a Scandinavian country comprising 406 islands - 70 of which are inhabited. It is famous for its arts and design connoisseurs, who have come up with the likes of Bang & Olufsen, Royal Copenhagen porcelain and even the Sydney Opera House. People who come here generally visit Copenhagen (its capital), the cobblestoned alleyways of Odense (home of Hans Christian Andersen), Aarhus and Aalborg.

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Denmark

Visa Type

Tourist

Business

Transit

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Denmark is a Scandinavian country comprising 406 islands - 70 of which are inhabited. It is famous for its arts and design connoisseurs, who have come up with the likes of Bang & Olufsen, Royal Copenhagen porcelain and even the Sydney Opera House. People who come here generally visit Copenhagen (its capital), the cobblestoned alleyways of Odense (home of Hans Christian Andersen), Aarhus and Aalborg.

Tourist (Standard)
Processing time:
7 Days to 8 Days
Category:
Sticker
Stay period:
As per itinerary
Validity:
As per Embassy
Entry:
Multiple Entry
Fees:
INR 8406

Process For Denmark Visa Online

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Document Validation

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Visa Processing

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TOURIST VISA REQUIREMENT FOR DENMARK

Application Form

You will need to complete the application form for a DENMARK visa, with the date and your signature. It should be printed and returned in original form when the application is filed.

Travel Document/Passport

A travel document should be submitted as well. It must be issued less than 10 years ago, with at least two blank pages present. It should be valid for at least 3 months longer than the date on which you intend to leave the Schengen Area. You will need to submit the original as well as one photocopy.

Flight Reservations

You will need to show a roundtrip flight reservation that includes any third country. This does not need to be a confirmed flight ticket, a reservation is enough.

For Minors

Minor applicants will need to submit 3 more documents. The passport and ID copies of both parents are required, along with a notarized birth certificate of the minor. If the parents/ a parent is not travelling with the child, a notarized letter stating the parents’ / parent who is not travelling does consent to this decision and permission to travel is given.

Socio-Professional Situation

Minor applicants will need to submit 3 more documents. The passport and ID copies of both parents are required, along with a notarized birth certificate of the minor. If the parents/ a parent is not travelling with the child, a notarized letter stating the parents’ / parent who is not travelling does consent to this decision and permission to travel is given.

Application Form

You will need to complete the application form for a DENMARK visa, with the date and your signature. It should be printed and returned in original form when the application is filed.

Fee Receipt

You will need to submit a fee receipt showing that you have completed the visa fee payment.

Photograph

You will need to provide a passport-size coloured ID photograph, according to the biometric specifications. Please make sure it is taken not more than 6 months ago.

Travel Document/Passport

A travel document should be submitted as well. It must be issued less than 10 years ago, with at least two blank pages present. It should be valid for at least 3 months longer than the date on which you intend to leave the Schengen Area. You will need to submit the original as well as one photocopy.

Health Insurance

Proof of health insurance must also be submitted to obtain your visa. This should be a copy of the applicant’s health insurance policy, with a coverage of not less than 30,000 euros. It should cover medical, hospitalisation expenses for the entire period of valid stay, as well as repatriation costs.

Itinerary

You will need to show proof of your reasons for travel. This is in the form of a travel plan/ itinerary for your entire duration of stay.

Flight Reservations

You will need to show a roundtrip flight reservation that includes any third country. This does not need to be a confirmed flight ticket, a reservation is enough.

Accommodation

You will need to show proof of accommodation as well. This could be in the form of all hotel reservations for your entire stay (in the Schengen area).

Marriage Certificate

If you are travelling with your spouse, you will need a copy of your marriage certificate. If you are not able to show your marital status in your passport, you will need a copy of your ration card, if possible.

For Minors

Minor applicants will need to submit 3 more documents. The passport and ID copies of both parents are required, along with a notarized birth certificate of the minor. If the parents/ a parent is not travelling with the child, a notarized letter stating the parents’ / parent who is not travelling does consent to this decision and permission to travel is given.

Proof of Funding

You will need to show your personal income using supporting documents. These could be a copy of bank statements of the last 3 months.

ITR

he past two years’ ITR-V forms must be submitted.

Socio-Professional Situation

You will need to show proof of your socio-professional situation. This is whether you are employed, working, studying, or retired. If you are employed, you can submit either payslips for the last three months or your employment contract AND holiday approval/leave letter from employer. If you are self-employed or a company owner, the certificate of registration of the company is required. If your trip is being sponsored, the proof of sponsorship is required. If you are retired, you can show pension statements for the last three months or a proof of regular income generated by ownership of property or business.

IMPORTANT VISA INFORMATION FOR DENMARK

  • All Indian passport holders require a valid visa to enter Denmark.
  • Applicant must have all the mandatory documents while applying for Denmark Visa online as mentioned in requirement tabs below
  • In addition to the documents mentioned, our visa experts or the concerned embassy may require you to furnish additional documents to process your visa. Your cooperation in furnishing any such additional documents is essential for a positive outcome.
  • If all the documents are not ready at the time of agent visit then additional charges levied when agent visits your residence again
  • The fee may vary for the country if the rate of the embassy fluctuates.
  • FAQ's

    Yes. All applicants must submit biometric data - 10 fingerprints and a photo. This data is stored in the Visa Information System (VIS), an IT system allowing data exchange between the Schengen States.

    Generally, you will need to show that you have at least approx. DKK 350 per day. You may be able to show a smaller amount if you are staying in a private home and you can show that your host will cover all costs. If you are staying in a hotel, the amount must be greater - approx. DKK 500 per day.

    Denmark visa applications can be submitted upto 3 months before the trip, however, you must apply at least 1 month before.

    Yes, you can - applying for another Schengen state’s visa means you can still visit all Schengen states. However, if Denmark is your main destination and you are going to spend most of your time here, you will need to apply for a Denmark Schengen visa only. If you plan to visit any other Schengen states during your visit to Denmark, this needs to be specified too.

    In case you have missed one of your documents on the submission date, you can still submit them later. You will have to submit it in person (the applicant will need to be there) no more than 5 days after the submission date of the previous documents. The initial day of submission counts as day 1 of 5.

    No, as of date all Indian nationals must apply for a visa before entering Denmark and/or other countries under the Schengen agreement.

    You will need travel insurance to obtain your visa. Please apply after you have your travel and health insurance.

    Yes, there are. These are outlined below:

  • There must be an actual commercial relationship between your own company/organisation and the company/organisation in Denmark which you wish to visit.
  • The Danish company / organisation must be registered in the Central Business Register (CVR).
  • The relationship with the company/organisation in Denmark must have been established prior to your entering Denmark,
  • The purpose of your visit must be related to your line of business in your country of origin.
  • The company/organisation in Denmark must confirm your visit. If you do not include an invitation form or an invitation ID when submitting the application, the Immigration Service will normally send a questionnaire to the company/organisation in Denmark when processing your application.
  • Yes. Your business visa is only valid for a stay of 90 days, whereas your work permit is for longer and you can be paid on it. If the applicant is subject to work permit regulations, they cannot be granted a business visa. This may be the case if you are a trainee who is receiving pay while in Denmark, or if you are employed by a Danish company's foreign sister company/subsidiary, and you are in Denmark to work for the Danish company. If this applies to you, you should not apply for a business visa but for a work permit. Although, during visits of less than 90 days you can carry out certain work-related activities without holding a work permit.

    If you are in Denmark at the time of expiry of your visa, you may be given a penalty period of 3 to 5 years. You won’t be able to receive a visa to Denmark at this time.

    No, there is a separate visa for this purpose. You will not need to apply for a business or tourist visa in this case.

    You will not be allowed to leave the airport (even if the transit is overnight) if you are obtaining the Airport Transit Visa. If you wish to do this, or you need to leave the airport and go to another airport to catch your flight, you will need to apply for a regular short term visit visa - a tourist visa.

    No, you cannot. If you are transiting through multiple Schengen airports, you will need a regular short-term Schengen visa, eg. the tourist visa. This is because flights between two or more Schengen countries are considered “domestic”, even if they are just for transit purposes.

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