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Regading PR in denmark

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Hi everybody,

I am from India, i am planning to apply for my PR visa to Denmark, can anyone help me with the job opening available in Denmark and how is the living there and is it a good place to move in, Please feel free to reply.

Thank you

  • Go to skyisthelimit R's profile

    Hi

    posted by  skyisthelimit R in Denmark forum 

    Denmark is a very good place to live. You can find job depending upon your qualifications. You can immigrate to Denmark to find a job and work consequently under the Greencard scheme. Currently Denmark is falling short of professionals in the following areas as suggested by the Greencard positive list:

    Academic work
    Construction
    IT and telecommunication
    Management
    Educational, social and religious work
    Sales, purchases and marketing
    Health, healthcare and personal care
    Freight forwarding, postal services, storage and engine operation
    Education and tuition

    To know more about the Denmark Greencard Scheme, refer:
    http://www.europeoffice.org/denmark.html

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    hi

    posted by  M Khan in Denmark forum 

    bro....sorry for taking so long to get back to you. it used to take 10-12 months to finalize a case after lodging an application. the best adivce for you is to submit the application by yourself rather than via any consulting farm. and count your points by visiting http://www.nyidanmark.dk/en-us/coming_to_dk/work/greencard-s
    cheme/greencard-scheme.htm

    i had the eligible points from my education and language (100) without counting other factors. as i had ielts score so i did submit that with my application.

    hope you will get all information related the documents might be needed for your application from the above link. one important thing is that u have to take sign and seal into your application form from your university.

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    hi

    posted by  M Khan in Denmark forum 

    visit this link http://www.nyidanmark.dk/en-us/coming_to_dk/work/how_to_appl
    y.htm and see the form (Application form GR1-English version, if you are a job seeker in denmark). You better ask DIS/Danish or Sweden Embassy whether there is any other option. The best thing is to read A-Z of this site (http://www.nyidanmark.dk/en-us/coming_to_dk/work/greencard-
    scheme/greencard-scheme.htm) and you will get all answers if you have any. best of luck.

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    hi

    posted by  M Khan in Denmark forum 

    sorry bro... they have changed the form than the one i applied. u don't need to take the sign and seal into the form but still you need the following:

    Declaration from your educational institution confirming the authenticity of your educational documents (should
    not be enclosed if the education is Danish). Please note: The declaration should be signed and sealed by a
    higher authority at the educational institution. The name and contact information of the signing authority must be
    provided in type writing/print.

  • hello sir

    posted by Deleted user in Denmark forum 

    Hello Sir, Can u plz tell me is tht PR Green Card scheme is still running,,??? nd what other requirements r needed, means about funds to show??

  • Authenticity of the documents

    posted by Deleted user in Denmark forum 

    Hi everyone,

    Could someone help me please? I submitted my GR1 application in May 2009 and recently I received a response from Danish Immigration asking me to submit a letter from the university confirming the authenticity of my documents. Previously, I got all my photocopy documents signed and sealed by the university. Now I am sending 'the letter' they need. I have few questions regarding this:
    1) How long time do you think to finalise the application after submitting this letter?
    2) What should the university really state in the letter?
    3) What is the probability of a positive result if I get 100 points or above? Are there cases being rejected even after meeting all the requirements? In what other cases the Danish Immigration might reject, if they do?

    I would highly appreciate if someone answer my questions.

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