Green Card Denmark to provide additional help to Denmark Green Card Seekers

The leading visa and immigration consultans firm Denmark Green Card will now be providing additional help to those who are seeking Danish Green Card. The consultancy will be coaching candidates on how to score better in the point-based selection system, which is key to getting the work permit for Denmark and then to getting the Danish Green Card.

Denmark is among the world’s top 20 economies and one of the most prosperous countries of the European Union. Additionally, high standard of living and friendly immigration policy has put it among the favorite work and living destinations in Europe.

The Danish Green Card is granted to those overseas skilled professional who want to work in Denmark and intend to stay in the country for lengthy period. The point based system covers five criteria, namely education, work experience, language proficiency, adaptability, and age.

Here is how points are awarded:


  • Doctorate degree: 80 points
  • Masters degree: 60 points
  • Bachelors degree holders pursuing Masters: 50 points
  • Bachelors degree: 30 points

In addition, school ranking can also help applicants earn some bonus points.

  • School ranked among top 100: 15 points
  • Between 100 and 200: 10 points
  • Between 200 and 400: 5 points

Work Experience:

  • 3-5 years of experience as a researcher or in a Positive List* occupation: 15 points (10 points for 1-2 years of experience)
  • 3-5 years of experience in other occupations: 5 points

*The occupations requiring skilled professionals from other countries in Denmark are marked under Positive list.

Language Skills

Applicants can earn up to 30 points for language skills. There are two separate categories; one includes Scandinavian language (Danish, Swedish, or Norwegian) and the other includes English and German. There are three levels of test, clearing them will help applicants earn 5, 10 and 15 points, respectively.


Applicants who have worked or studied in European Union/European Economic Area can earn some additional points.

  • A study course and work experience of at least one year in EU/EEA: 10 points
  • A study course and work experience of at least three year in EU/EEA: 15 points


  • 35-40 years: 10 points
  • 34 years and below: 15 points

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New Danish Green Cards Norms under Criticism

On October 22, 2014 the Danish Green Card Association (DGCA) organized a conference to discuss the impact of new political reforms in the Green Card scheme on present Green Card holders. Various high profile political figures and media personalities were part of the conference. Most of the attendees highly criticized the new reforms.

The Danish government in agreement with several major political parties introduced the new reforms in Green Card Scheme in June 2014. Notable changes under the reforms include, shortening the validity of Green Card visa, tightening the language competency requirements and introducing stringent requirements for visa extension.

The new laws will not only make the visa approval more difficult but will also impact thousands of immigrants residing in Denmark on Green Card. Media coordinator for DGCA Muhammad Abu Sayeed told press before the conference, “There are so many people already integrated who have a life here now, but they will have to leave because the new laws are retroactive.”

Now DGCA will also organize a peaceful protest in front of Danish Parliament against the new reforms on November 3, 2014.

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Different Study Programs in Denmark


As Denmark has emerged as a new job destination in Europe, people from around the world are getting to know the world class education system they have here. According to arecent, Denmark education system was ranked12th in the world. Besides, the number of foreign students coming to study in Denmark has already reached 30,000 per year and continues to increase.

Apart from its standard of education and highly developed infrastructure, it is the privileges Danish government provides that attracts students from around the world. For instance, if a student is a citizen of a European Union (EU) country, or has come to Denmark under an exchange student program then he need not submit the tuition fee for a number of courses. In addition, government offers several scholarship/funding programs to financially assist foreign students who have to pay tuition fee.

Non-EU citizens need to obtain permanent residence permit in Denmark to study here. Depending on the level of study, there are three ways to get education in Denmark.

Higher Educational Programs

These programs include all the post senior-secondary education qualifications. To get residence permit in Denmark under this category, you need to first get admitted in a higher education course approved by government. You need to have vocational knowledge of the language in which your course is being conducted, which may be Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, English or German. In case you are required to submit the tuition fee, then you need to prove that you have sufficient funds for your studies.

The length of your residence permit will depend upon the duration of your course. In addition, you will be granted a 6 months extension after your course is completed. You can also bring your dependent family members to Denmark, as well as work in Denmark for 15 hours a week.

Basic and Youth Study Programs

To study in Denmark under this category, you first need to get admitted in a basic or youth study course approved by the government. The validity of residence permit under this category is one year, which is without any work permits. Also your family members cannot accompany you to Denmark. In case you are applying for high school studies then you need to meet one of the following criteria.

  • You are under a student exchange program
  • Your year of study in Denmark is in the continuation of a high school program you started in your home country
  • This is your first year of your high school studies and you will continue rest of your education in your home country

Folk High Schools

This category is for those who have been admitted in a Danish folk high school such as housekeeping and needlecraft schools. Residence permit under this category depends upon the duration of the course. An extension of 18 months can also be given after your course is completed. Working in Denmark and bringing family members are not allowed under this category.

Getting education in Denmark can add great value to your overall development. Besides, it will also provide you the experience of living in a healthy and peaceful environment.

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