If there is no Danish mission in your home country or country of residence, it is often likely to put forward your application at the mission of another Schengen country.
If you are residing with authorization in Denmark for instance based on a different residence permit, procedural stay, visa, or visa-free stay, you can usually submit your application in Denmark.
You can present your application at the Service Centre of the Immigration Service. If you reside outside Greater Copenhagen, you can also submit your application at the neighboring police who will afterward forward it to the Immigration Service. If the Immigration Service recognizes your application for processing, you may stay in Denmark whilst your application is being processed.
As a substitute, you can book a meeting with the Immigration Service. This service is aimed at persons applying for a residence and work permit so as to work in Denmark.
If you have living in Denmark on the grounds of another residence permit for example family reunification or asylum, and this permit has been cancelled or denied extension by the Immigration Service, you can put forward your application in Denmark up to seven days after getting the ruling. Behind this point, you must put forward your application from your country of origin.
If you are residing unlawfully in Denmark, an application submitted in Denmark will generally be refused, and you will be asked to put forward your application from your country of origin.