- Denmark increased government visa processing fees for 2024
The government of Denmark implemented an increase in government processing fees effective from January 1, 2024. These fees apply to various types of applications and services provided by the government. Here’s a breakdown of the updated fees:
- Work Permit Applications and Extensions: The fee for both applying for a work permit and extending an existing one is now set at Danish Krone (DKK) 6,290
- Family Reunification Applications: If individuals wish to apply for family reunification in Denmark, they will need to pay a processing fee of DKK 8,575
- Work and Study Permits: For those seeking either a work or study permit in Denmark, the processing fee has been increased to DKK 7,475
- Dependent Visas: If someone wants to obtain a dependent visa for family members, they will need to pay a fee of DKK 2,880
These fees are applicable to various immigration and visa-related services provided by the Danish government. It’s essential for individuals planning to move to Denmark or apply for these services to be aware of these updated fees, as they may affect the overall cost of their application or permit.
It is advisable to check the government of Denmark’s website for any further updates or changes to these fees, as immigration policies can change over time.
Written by: Jessie Butchley, Global Immigration Writer, Envoy Global
Source: Danish Immigration Service