- Denmark extended the deadline for submitting right-to-residence applications until the end of 2023 for nationals impacted by the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement
The government of Denmark extended the deadline for submitting right-to-residence applications until the end of 2023 for nationals impacted by the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement.
As a result, the government will continue to process cases with a reasonable purpose for late submission.
To be eligible for residence under the Withdrawal Agreement, applicants must legally reside in Denmark under EU free movement rules before December 31, 2020. If an application has already been rejected for not meeting these conditions, it cannot reapply.
What are the Changes?
The Danish government extended the application submission deadline for the right-to-residence for nationals impacted by the Withdrawal Agreement. The deadline was initially set to expire on December 31, 2021, but has been extended several times to accommodate British citizens.
The government is expected to introduce an exact date for the end of the deadline in the coming months. Continue to check the government of Denmark’s website for the latest updates and information.
Written by: Jessie Butchley, Global Immigration Writer, Envoy Global
Source: Government of Denmark