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Guidelines to Win a Green Card of Denmark

Denmark (Enchantment of the World. Second Series)The Denmark Green Card program is a Point Based System. This immigration plan is destined for senior executives and experts. The program offers an authorization for residence for a phase of three years to the candidate and his dependent family members. The eligibility decisive factor that an applicant is judged is based on the points based system which contains educational qualifications, age, total work experience, and qualifications obtained in Europe. The Government of Denmark has revealed an occupation list which is the ground to submit an application.

On the other hand, at the same time as applying for the program, it is but understandable that the applicant has to be very careful and must take all the essential precautions. Some such aspects to be considered are:

1. Details about the points based system should be looked into very cautiously before submitting an application. The candidate should only submit an application if he scores the minimum pass mark. With the intention of score the minimum; the applicant must vigilantly investigate all the aspects of the points based system.

2. The applicant has to be confident whether or not his line of work features in the Positive List of Occupations. This list is anchored in the appraisal conducted by the government. This list contain those professions where in there is a lack of skills in the country. These are the jobs that could probably be taken over by new immigrants.

3. You must obtain a complete overview of the educational qualifications that are compulsory to meet the criteria for the visa.

4. Just by having the applicable qualifications will not make a candidate automatically entitled for the program. The applicant has to give with the applicable reference letters from his employers which contain his job responsibilities.

5. Accurate sum of fee has to be deposited together with the immigration application form. The form must contain the true information with the appropriate supporting documents.

6. To prove the proficiency in English, you have to present your English test reports IELTS, TOEFL etc or a declaration in English language.

7. All the credentials which are not in English language should be translated in English.

8. The application process involves certifications for a variety of documents from the different authorities. So, the candidate must know of all the authorities that need to be get in touch with for the same.

9. The main of the eligibility decisive factor is to have the applicable sum of money to accommodate to the resolution spending in Denmark. This has to be for the first year after getting a permit. Therefore, evidence of funds must be attached with the application form.

All things considered, the candidate must know that the application should be submitted at the nearby Danish Embassy in the applicant’s country of origin.

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

I want to apply for immigration. My papers almost ready but i don't know which papers i have to submit. Like my all educational certificates or marks hit. And how much amount i have to show. If you can help me.

RAM said...

Hello,

I have done BS-IT(Hons) I started my job back in 2005 but finished my degree in 2006. Problem is I was expelled from university for 1.5 years. I started my degree in 2000 but had to finish in 2006. I am working as Development Manager in a US based company and my employer is very happy with me. Do you think this could weaken my case for Green Card? Secondly I completed My degree in 2006 October. I have 4 years Hons Degree. do you think I should apply and do I qualify for Green Card?

Anonymous said...

please want to know about appeal process time green card

Anonymous said...

my green card application was refused i am appealing because they have not given me experience points so i want to know that how much time will it take.
chaudary khalil

Anonymous said...

I want to apply for the Denmark Green card Programe I did one yer Master Degree from UK, is it equal to Denmark Master Degree and will I get 60 points.
Imran

Anonymous said...

i want to apply for the denmark Green card..i have master degree from university of dhaka.i have IELTS score 5.5. i am a merchandiser and i have 1 year experience..now i want to know do u have any consulting farm in bangladesh?i would like to go there for details. Trina bd

Anonymous said...

Hello
I would like to know what are the chances of a 40 year old male clinical laboratory doctor with 10 year experience in the field and good knowledge of English to reside and work in Denmark?
MOSTAFA

Anonymous said...

Dear Anonymous, for "Denmark Greencard Scheme"

My Age 32 years, Pakistani, Male, Married.

Master In Business Administration Degree(MBA-Finance)(2006-2010),
Master in Economics (MA-Economics)(2003-2008)and
Bechlor Degree (B.COM)(2000-2002)
H.S.C. in Commerce (2006-2008)
S.S.C. in General Group (2004-2006) + Class 1 to 10 class.

4 years(2004-2008) Accountant experience.
3 years(2001-2004) System Administrator experience.

Ielts Score (5.5 to 6.5 Target) Examination given in last of February 2011 (Not Given)

Please Calculate my points. (then reply its possiable to apply for Denmark Greencard Scheme)
If score the point please tells about immigration process time period for greencard scheme(if i apply in 2011 how many months will completed for Denmark Greencard Scheme) All things is completed in March 2011 what is a time period for whole immigration process.

Waiting your positive response.
Thanks & Regards,
Arif

DILSHAD said...

Criteria of points for self assessment????? I could'nt find on any of web links except age points or adaptability points. Where can i find education, experience points????? dilshad from pakistan

Anonymous said...

Dear Anonymous, for "Denmark Greencard Scheme"

My Age 32 years, Bangladeshi, Male, Married.

Master In Business Administration Degree(MBA-Finance)(2006-2010),
Master in Economics (MA-Economics)(2003-2008)and
Bechlor Degree (B.COM)(2000-2002)
H.S.C. in Commerce (2006-2008)
S.S.C. in General Group (2004-2006) + Class 1 to 10 class.

9 years(2002-2011) Restaurant Manager.

Ielts Score 6.5

Please Calculate my points. (then reply its possiable to apply for Denmark Greencard Scheme)
If score the point please tells about immigration process time period for greencard scheme(if i apply in 2011 how many months will completed for Denmark Greencard Scheme)

Waiting your positive response.
Thanks & Regards,
Tanvir

Anonymous said...

For Green Card have to submit both Origional degree and origional mark sheet if u not like to submit origional degrees then they charges AMOUNT.

Appeal processing time is 5 months.i am not sure is they takes more time or not.(from 1st jan 2011 charge amount for appeal)

share your views.

sunny said...

hi my name is sunny j. i have master of computer application degree. and 1.7 year experienced as software developer in IT Field. so want to know Am i eligible for immigration process of Denmark?
Master Degree - plus point
Married - plus point
Job Experienced - plus point
27 years old - plus point
Can u send me any help for processing file?

Anonymous said...

I want to know about your IELTS scor

Reza

Anonymous said...

hi my name is Reza i have completed my master degree in political science & working 7 years at private university, I want to know about your IELTS scor

Reza

Anonymous said...

Hi guys,approval of Danish Green Card is not that easy as it across, because 85% skip the technical aspects of documentation and Immigration rules.Its worth taking professional help here. i applied by myself initially, but my Visa was refused, then with the help of professionals, I re-applied with few correction and was issued a Visa for 1.6years on 17Feb2011. I am planning to move next month.

Anonymous said...

In GR1 which address should I mention? permanent home address, or present residential address, or mailing address ?

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