Denmark Business Visa
You may need to apply for a Denmark business visa if you want to visit Denmark for business purposes. A businessman may use this visa to travel to Denmark for business purposes such as company meetings, job interviews, or partnership meetings.
You can only get a business visa if you can show that your company or business has a business relationship with the company or business you want to visit in Denmark. The relationship should be created before the planned visit. Further, the objective of the visit to Denmark should be business-related.
Any company or corporation you wish to visit in Denmark must be registered with the Danish Central Business Registry, or CBR. Your visit must be confirmed by an invitation form or an invitation ID from the organization you wish to visit.
If you are subject to Work Permit requirements, you will be unable to obtain a business visa. However, during visits of less than 90 days, you are permitted to engage in work-related activities without a work permit.
If the Danish immigration authorities believe you will use the visa to remain indefinitely or for an extended period of time in Denmark or another Schengen country, your business visa application can be rejected.
If you are applying in your home country, you must be there. You will be eligible to apply for it when living in a foreign country with a residency permit.
A passport that is valid for at least 6 months from the date of travel is required.
The primary aim of your trip must be to participate in business-related events such as meetings and conferences.
You must have enough cash to cover your stay in the country.
Only apply for the permit if you meet the following criteria:
Your only choice is to visit Denmark or one of its islands, or
One of your many Schengen destinations is the Kingdom of Denmark.
- Valid passport with at least three months validity
- Passport must have been issued during the past ten years
- Proof of having financial resources to pay for your return trip and stay in Denmark
- Travel insurance policy
- Covering letter from your company in case you are travelling to Denmark on behalf of their business
Validity and processing time
You can stay for a maximum period of 90 days in Denmark or any other country in the Schengen region with the business visa.
The processing time of the visa is usually 15 calendar days.
It is recommended that the application be lodged at the earliest possible date and at least 16 calendar days before the planned visit. Please note that applications cannot be submitted more than six months before the date of commencement of the planned tour.
The holder of a valid visa can submit an application for a new visa before the current visa expires.
What is the specific condition to get a Denmark business visa?
A business visa 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 visa 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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