Point system based immigration has caught on the fancy of many countries such as the UK, Austria, and Denmark is no exception to this rule. The main idea behind this point based system is to make the immigration process easy and smooth.
Denmark attracts migrants on account of its well established IT industry, a corporate culture that one would like to certainly associate with and of course the laid back European lifestyle. Since it is a place one would like to settle down, acquiring the Danish Green Card is very important, and now that point based visa system has been introduced in Denmark, the visa process is quite smooth.
Criteria behind the issuance of Danish Green Card:
Bonus points Danish Card issuance:
- Age factor
- Work Experience
- Language Skills
What is the procedure in issuing a Danish Green Card?
- Extra points can be had if degree is from eligible university
- Having work experience and qualification in work arena that Danish Government feels they are short of workers.
Why work in Denmark?
- If sufficient points are there then work permit is issued for 3 years. Then the applicant is allowed to bring his or her family.
More about Danish Green Card….
- Work environment is superb, very relaxed. Working culture is development oriented.
The Danish Green card allows a migrant to work based on the point system provided he or she meets up to the eligibility criteria such as language skills, work experience and qualifications and age. Only if one scores 100 points then one gets a residence permit that is valid up to 18 months. Also, one will be able to get one’s immediate family members to Denmark. Apart from 100 points one must have a health insurance policy and show sufficient proof that one can support one self and one’s family while searching for a job.