Denmark is the most favourite immigration destination of people from UK. Denmark Immigration from UK has been increased significantly during 2010 and 2011 and it is predicted that it will rise sharply in 2012. Overseas students in UK who have completed their studies and having some practical experience are particularly interested in Denmark Immigration or Green Card because of the tough immigration and citizenship policies of UK. Denmark always welcomes qualified and talented people from all over the world.
Denmark is one of the European Union's dynamic members in trying to employ skilled workers from other European countries and around the world. Denmark's immigration policy makes use of a points based system called the Danish Green Card to catch the attention of skilled personnel from UK, USA, Canada, Australia, Europe and other countries. Additionally, Denmark has a work permit system called the Positive List scheme for people who have a legitimate job offer from a Danish employer.
Following are the 3 choices of Denmark Immigration from UK
1. The Danish Green Card Scheme
If you are a graduate from any institution of UK, score sufficient points based upon criteria such as age, education, language skills, and employment experience, you can get a three year residence permit under the Danish Green Card scheme which will let you to live in Denmark and find work. In this case a job offer from a Danish Employer is not required.
2. The Positive List
There are a lot of occupations in Denmark for which there is a need of qualified workers. If you have skills and experience in one of these professions, you can get a work and residence permit speedily under the Positive List scheme.
3. The Pay Limit Scheme
If you have a a highly paid job offer from a Danish company that pays more than DKK 375,000/- (approximately USD 80,000), you are also eligible for a work and residence permit in Denmark under the Pay Limit scheme. In this case, you must have a job contract or job offer in black and white which specifies salary and service conditions. Salary and pay conditions must match to Danish standards.