Denmark

Known for its fairly tales, the Kingdom of Denmark is situated in Northern Europe. This Scandinavian nation consists of Denmark, Faroe Islands and Greenland. A nation of many islands, it is the place for those who love to be in the lap of nature at all times. There are about hundreds of minor islands, which are collectively known as the Danish Archipelago.
The nation has been ranked the highest in terms of income equality. It has the most appropriate climate for business as per Forbes. Between 2006 and 2008, the nation was ranked as “the happiest place in the world” when it comes to the standards of health, education and welfare. It has also been rated as the second most peaceful place in the world. This clearly projects the kind of opportunities for life that would be offered. The options here are definitely much more than just live and work.
Be it professional or business opportunities combined with facilities, which can be considered as one of the best in the world, immigration to this destination would definitely not be a mistake.

Denmark Green Card Scheme

The Kingdom of Denmark offers a Green Card for those who intend to live and work in Denmark. This Green Card caters to a residence and a work permit, which is issued to selected applicants by the Government of Denmark.
This scheme permits the family members of the applicant to accompany. The family members include only the spouse and children (under 18 years of age) living with the applicant and spouse. The spouse or the partner is permitted to seek a full-time employment opportunity till their visa is valid. However, it is mandatory that the entire family lives at one address in Denmark.
This Green Card is issued to the selected applicant after a thorough evaluation with the help of a Points Based System. This system has been developed to assess the ability of an applicant or a prospective immigrant to seek qualified employment in Denmark.
However, a Nordic citizen is permitted to study, work and reside in Denmark without any terms and conditions. Citizens from the European Union (EU) or the European Economic Area (EEA) or Swiss nationals can liv e in Denmark as per the rules of Freedom of Movement set by the EU. These immigrants might be subject to specific regulations.

Points          Education: (Max 130 points)

30 Points     Bachelor Degree

50 Points     Bachelor Degree + 1Yr Master Degree or distance learning

60 Points     Master Degree

80 Points     PhD

                     University & College Ranking Bonus Points:

10 Points     Top 400

15 Points     Top 200

20 Points     Top 100

30 Points    Your current occupation on the Positive List. If ‘Yes’ Bonus Points

                     Language Proficiency Level: (Max 40 points)

20 Points     IELTS 5.0 – 6.0

40 Points     IELTS – 6.5, TOEFL – 72

                     Additional Points for Work Experience in EU/EEA: (Max 15 points)

05 Points     At least one year’s study at a higher educational program in an EU/EEA country or Switzerland

10 Points     At least three years’ study at a higher educational program in an EU/EEA country or Switzerland

                     Or (can claim either for Education or for Work Experience)

05 Points     At least one full year’s legal residence and work in an EU/EEA country or Switzerland

10 Points     At least two consecutive year’s legal residence and work in an EU/EEA country or Switzerland