The Danish Green Card is a point based system and in order to qualify applicants must score 100 points from any of the following:
- Earn points if you are below 40 years old
- A Bachelors Degree is required but more points can be scored with Masters Degree / PhD.
- Earn bonus points if your education qualifies you to work in a field where Denmark is currently experiencing a shortage of qualified professionals listed in the positive list.
- Earn bonus points if you have a Bachelor / Masters Degree / PhD from world?s top university.
- A minimum of 1year work experience is mandatory in any field
- Fresher from IT & Engineering educational background can also apply
Language SkillsYou must be conversant in any of the following languages:
AdaptabilityEarn bonus points for having worked or studied in the EU / EEA / Switzerland. Complete list of countries:
Republic of Ireland
- You are required to show you can support yourself and your dependents for the first year in Denmark. The funds can be shown by you or anyone sponsoring you and there is no requirement that it needs to be held for any period of time
Given below is the current maintenance requirement:
- DKK 5,367 for persons under the age of 25 living alone
- DKK 6,472 for persons over the age of 25 living alone
- DKK 5,367 per person for spouses or cohabiting partners
- DKK 1,342 per child for married or cohabiting parents
- DKK 1,619 per child for single parents
Click here for currency conversion XE.com
- for an evaluation to see if you are
eligible for the Danish Green Card.
- Shortest Process Time
- Professional Service
- No hidden costs
- Clear Refund Policy
- Work Experience
- Language Skills
- Application for the Danish Green Card can be compli- cated & tedious. Before you apply for it, see if you actually qualify.