Denmark Business Visa

Denmark Business Visa

If you want to establish a business enterprise in Denmark and visit the country, you need to have a business visa to travel to the country. This visa facilitates a businessperson to visit Denmark for business-related activities, such as a partnership or corporation, and employment.


The business visa for Denmark is issued on the condition that there is proof of a business relationship between the business organization you intend to visit in Denmark and the business organization you represent from your native country.

Before the scheduled visit, the relationship between the two organizations should already be established. The purpose of visiting Denmark should solely be business-related activities.


The business organization you intend to visit in Denmark should be registered with Denmark’s CBR  or Central Business Register. The company you plan to visit should confirm your visit by issuing an invitation ID or form.

You might not be issued a business visa if the business is categorized under the regulations of Work Permit. For visits lasting less than 90 days, other work-related activities can be performed without the issuance of a work permit.

Your application for a business visa can be rejected if the immigration authorities of Denmark feel that the business visa can be misused by you to settle for a long time or permanently in Denmark or any other country in the Schengen region.


These are the documents you would require for the business visa:

  • A passport with a validity of 3 months
  • The passport should have been issued in the last ten years
  • Proof of sufficient funds to finance your stay in Denmark and pay for the return trip
  • Policy for travel insurance
  • Cover letter from your company if you are representing them on your visit to Denmark


The business visa facilitates staying in Denmark for 90 days or any other Schengen country.

The business visa usually takes 15 days to be processed.


  • Evaluate the documents needed for your visa application
  • Counsel you on the funds that need to be displayed to the visa officials
  • Complete the process of application

When Can I get a Denmark business visa?

The business visa for Denmark is applicable if you are visiting for business-related activities.

This visa grants you permission to stay in any country in the Schengen region. The countries in the Schengen include:

  • Austria
  • Belgium
  • Denmark
  • Czech Republic
  • Finland
  • Estonia
  • France
  • Germany
  • Hungary
  • Greece
  • Italy
  • Iceland
  • Liechtenstein
  • Latvia
  • Luxembourg
  • Lithuania
  • Netherlands
  • Malta
  • Norway
  • Portugal
  • Poland
  • Slovenia
  • Slovakia
  • Switzerland
  • Spain
  • Sweden

The visa permits a stay of 90 days at a stretch in the 180 days in Denmark, and it is valid for all countries in the Schengen region.

What is the earliest that I can apply for a Denmark Business Visa?

You can apply for a business visa to Denmark within 3 months of your scheduled travel date.

Where do I apply if I will be visiting more than one country?

If you are visiting more than one country, you need to apply to the Embassy or Consulate of the country, stating that you intend to stay in the Schengen region for the maximum duration. You also need to submit the itinerary of your visit to each country.

If you are visiting only one country, you must submit your Schengen business visa at the Embassy or Consulate of the country you plan to visit.

If traveling to various countries in the region, either of the two situations can happen –

  • You will be visiting each country for an equal amount of time. In this situation, you need to apply at the Visa Application Centre, Consulate, or Embassy of the country that you intend to visit first.
  • Your stay in each country has a different duration. In this case, you need to apply at the Visa Application Centre, Consulate, or Embassy of the country where you plan to stay for the most extended amount of time.
What’s the specific condition to get a Denmark business permit?

A business permit can only be obtained if you can demonstrate a contractual relationship between your firm or business and the company or business you intend to visit in Denmark. The cooperation should have been established prior to the scheduled visit. Furthermore, a visit to Denmark should be for commercial purposes.

What are the reasons for my permit application to be rejected?

For a variety of reasons, including improper insurance, insufficient proof of financial subsistence, erroneous information, or a lack of accommodation proof, your application may be refused without a refund. If your application is denied, you can file an appeal or reapply.

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