DENMARK – Amended Rules for Certain Foreign Workers

Effective 1 June 2019, the Danish government has announced some minor changes to the immigration rules.

Read more here:

DENMARK – Amended Rules for Certain Foreign Workers

This alert was prepared with information provided by Copenhagen Relocations.

DENMARK – New Procedure for EU National Immigration Applications in Copenhagen

Effective 1 April 2019, post-arrival residence document applications by EU nationals in Copenhagen will be handled by the Danish Agency of International Recruitment and Integration (SIRI). Currently, these cases are handled by the State Administration (RSA).

Read more here:

DENMARK – New Procedure for EU National Immigration Applications in Copenhagen

This alert was prepared with information provided by Copenhagen Relocations.

DENMARK – New Positive List Published

The Danish immigration authorities have published a new positive list, effective 1 March 2019 and valid until 30 June 2019.

Read more here:

DENMARK – New Positive List Published

This alert was prepared with information provided by Copenhagen Relocations and Alfa.

BREXIT – Danish Government Publishes Plan for UK Citizens in Event of No-Deal Brexit

The Danish government has published details of a planned temporary transitional scheme extending the rights of British citizens already resident in Denmark on 29 March 2019 in the event of a no deal Brexit.

Read more here:

DENMARK – Government Publishes Plan for UK Citizens in Event of No Deal Brexit

This alert was prepared with information provided by Alfa.

DENMARK – Possible Strike Action May Affect Immigration Authorities

Danish unions and state, regional and municipal employers are locked in ongoing negotiations on employment and salary conditions, faced with the threat of strike action by public sector workers from 8 May 2018, and a retaliatory “lockout” by employers from 12 May 2018.

The immigration authorities have not been selected to participate in the strike action but would be affected by the lockout.

Read more here:

DENMARK – Possible Strike Action May Affect Immigration Authorities

This news alert was prepared using information provided by Copenhagen Relocations.

DENMARK – Civil Registration Changes in Copenhagen

Effective immediately, the online application and appointment booking system for CPR registration at International House in Copenhagen has been closed until further notice. All CPR applicants in Greater Copenhagen must now attend International House in person, take a number and wait for their turn.

Waiting times are not known. Some relocation and immigration agencies have access to a special online system for booking speedier appointments.

In a more positive development, the registration authorities at International House no longer require marriage certificates to be legalized for CPR registration purposes if they have already been accepted by the Danish Immigration Authority in support of a successful application for a work and residence permit.

Color buildings of Nyhavn in Copehnagen, DenmarkRead more here:

DENMARK – Civil Registration Changes in Copenhagen

This news alert was prepared using information provided by Copenhagen Relocations.

Latest Immigration News

Catch up on our latest immigration alerts from around the world: