Official Name: The Kingdom of Denmark
Currency: Danish krone (DKK)
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The Kingdom of Denmark is the smallest country in the Scandinavian region in Europe and is considered as a bridge between the countries of this region and Germany.
The capital of Denmark is Copenhagen. It is made up of the Jutland Peninsula and more than 400 islands, only 25% of which are habitable. The icy island of Greenland in the Arctic Ocean and the Faroe Islands are also part of the country’s overseas and autonomous territory.
The climate is temperate and it rains in the North Sea in all seasons, especially summer and autumn. On the west coast, fishing is a common occupation.
By land, Denmark borders only Germany and has sea borders with Sweden and Norway.
From the beginning of its membership in the European Union in 1973, Danish relations have been strong, which has shaped the country’s future. It is also a member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).
Denmark has twice been named the happiest country in the world in 2006 and 2007.
What is the best and easiest way to immigrate to Denmark?
The best approach varies depending on each person’s circumstances; But in general, the conditions for student immigration in Denmark are more favorable for Iranians than other methods.
How much does it cost to emigrate to Denmark?
It varies depending on how you choose to immigrate to this country.
What are the cheapest ways to immigrate to Denmark?
Working methods can be the least expensive way to immigrate to this country. After that, immigration to Denmark through education is also among the least expensive ways to immigrate to Denmark.
What are the conditions for doctors to immigrate to Denmark?
There are favorable conditions for the immigration of doctors and other medical graduates in Denmark. (Such as dentists, nurses, etc.). However, in order to start working in their specialty in this country, these applicants must pass the equivalence course of the specialty course and become fluent in Danish.
What are the conditions for nurses to immigrate to Denmark?
Nurses also need to provide a Danish language degree to work and live in Denmark, as well as the equivalence of their degree.
What are the ways to immigrate to Denmark through investment?
There are various ways to buy property, register a company and entrepreneurship, buy stocks, and invest in this country, but not all of them lead to residency.
What is the initial cost required to invest in Denmark?
The initial cost also varies depending on the way you choose and invest in this country.
How long does it take for me to become a permanent resident of Denmark?
Usually, after 5 years of working and living in this country, it is possible to obtain permanent residence.
What are the conditions for migrating to Denmark through education?
Study conditions in this country are favorable because, after graduation, applicants are allowed to stay and work in Denmark to make arrangements for permanent residence. In addition, one of the advantages of studying in Denmark is that the applicant can enter the country at the same time as his / her companions (spouse and children under 18) and the applicant’s spouse is also allowed to work full time.
Is it necessary to use an immigration lawyer to obtain a guaranteed residence permit in Denmark or can I apply myself?
No, if you know the immigration and legal laws of this country! But there is no doubt that having an experienced immigration lawyer can make your immigration process faster and more confident.
The benefits of obtaining a residence permit in Denmark
- Visa-free travel to European Schengen countries.
- No language degree required
- No age limit for applicants
- Economic and political stability in Denmark
- Free education in the European Union
- Enjoying welfare and medical facilities.
Ways to immigrate to Denmark through company registration and investment
One way to immigrate to Denmark is to register a company and invest in the country. It should be noted that in order to register a company in Denmark, a foreigner must have a Danish citizen who owns 51% of the shares of the company registered in his name. Immigrating to Denmark is possible by registering a company in Denmark in two forms: electronic registration (online) and registration in person (paper). In the first method, there is no need for the initial presence of the person in Denmark, and all the steps of registering the company are done by the Danish Business Organization, and finally, it is necessary for the applicant to present a digital signature. In company registration in person, which takes between 2 to 3 weeks, the relevant work is done through company registration agencies and commercial agencies in Denmark.
The company registration process in Denmark
Citizens of a European Union (EU), European Economic Area (EEA), or Scandinavia can easily register a company in Denmark. But citizens of other countries must first obtain a residence permit and a work permit in Denmark. The company registration process requires consultation with Danish lawyers, the most important of which are listed in this section. The most basic steps for registering a company in this country are the following:
- Select the type of company (public or private joint-stock company, limited liability company, etc.)
- Review and selection of the legal structure of the legal entity in question in Denmark
- Choose a business plan
- Business plan registration
- Pay the relevant fees
- Open a bank account in the name of a legal entity in a Danish bank
Registration of the company in VAT and the tax organization and obtaining the relevant IDs
Company Requirements in Denmark:
- Acceptance of the business idea of the applicant for immigration to Denmark by the Danish country.
- The presence of the applicant in Denmark in order to implement the business idea
- Ability to financially support the applicant from himself and family members (spouse and children under 18) in the first year
- Valid passport (old and new)
- Copy of ID card and official translation of all its pages.
- Certificate of the work history of the applicant and its official translation
- Preparation of the company’s articles of association
- Creating a bank account in Denmark for a registered company
- Evidence of the financial capacity of the applicant
After submitting the documents to the Danish Embassy, it takes about 3 to 4 months for the documents to be approved by the embassy. Once the documents are approved, a short-term visa is issued to the applicant in order to implement the business idea. It should be noted that initially a 3-year residence permit is granted to an applicant for immigration to Denmark. During this period, the applicant for immigration to Denmark must start a business and have a positive work record and employ at least two Danish workers and insure them.