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Fees

Fees for residence permits and Schengen Visa must be paid online before the application appointment. A receipt for the fee payment must be submitted at the time of appointment.

There are 3 fees to be paid for an application for a residence and work permit, and there are 2 fees to be paid for a Schengen Visa.

Fees for residence and work permits

1. There is a fee to be paid to the Danish immigration authorities. The fee is paid online at the website of the Danish immigration authorities https://www.nyidanmark.dk/en-GB. The fee is paid when the applicant creates a Case Order ID. Please see the website of the Danish immigration authorities for the fee rates and how to pay. The applicant must bring the receipt to the Visa Application Centre when they appear at their scheduled appointment.

Exemptions from the fee to the Danish immigration authorities:

Japanese applicants for Working Holiday are exempt from paying the fee to the Danish immigration authorities. All other applicants must pay the fee.

2. There is a fee to be paid to the Embassy. Applicants for residence and work permit must pay the Embassy fee using the Webshop of the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs: https://dys.um.dk/Permit. Applicants must bring the receipt for payment to the visa application centre when they appear at their scheduled appointments. Please see the table below for the fee rates.

Exemptions from the Embassy fee:

Japanese nationals are exempt from paying the Embassy fee for residence and work permits. All other applicants must pay the Embassy fee for residence and work permits.

3. There is a fee to be paid to the visa application centre. The fee is paid in accordance with the instructions on the website of the visa application centre: https://www.vfsglobal.com/Denmark/Japan/.

Fees for Schengen Visa

1. Applicants for Schengen Visa must pay a fee using the ApplyVisa website found at this address: https://applyvisa.um.dk/. Please see the fee rates in the table below. Please see the ApplyVisa website for how to pay. Applicants must bring the receipt for payment to the visa application centre when they appear at their scheduled appointments.

Exemptions from the Schengen Visa fee:

Please see the Visa Code Handbook found on the website of the Danish immigration authorities: https://www.nyidanmark.dk/NR/rdonlyres/17236271-9FAE-436C-812B-DB310AFF6031/0/visa_code_handbook.pdf.

Please note that applicants should reserve an amount in the online application system by use of a credit card. The amount must be the appropriate fee for the applicant's category (either 60 or 35 Euro). See the table below.

The amount is only reserved on the applicant's account and will not be deducted from the applicant, until the Danish mission starts handling the case.

It is recommended always to reserve the fee, even if the applicant is convinced they are fee exempt. If the applicant does not reserve a fee and it turns out the applicant is not fee exempt, the applicant will have to start the application over.

If the applicant reserves a fee and is concluded to be fee exempt at the beginning of the case processing, no money will be deducted from the applicant's credit card.

If the fee is deducted at the beginning of the case processing, and it is later concluded, during the case processing, that the applicant is fee exempt after all, the fee will be refunded to the applicant's credit card.

2. There is a fee to be paid to the visa application centre. The fee is paid in accordance with the instructions on the website of the visa application centre: https://www.vfsglobal.com/Denmark/Japan/.

Embassy application Fees for Schengen Visa and Residence Permit

Schengen Visa  
Adult: EUR 60
Child (6-11): EUR 35
Child (0-5): Free of charge
   
Residence Permit  
(Work, Study, etc.)  
Japanese national: Free of charge
Non-Japanese national:

DKK 1,455

Fees for Other Services

For other types of services than visa and residence permit (for example passports, certificates or driver's licenses), the Embassy only accepts bank payments. Fee rates are informed by email upon request to tyoambcon@um.dk. Bank transfer must be made in advance and a receipt presented at the day of application at the Embassy. No other forms of payment to the Embassy are accepted, including cash, checks, credit cards and mobile pay.

Bank payment cannot be used for visa or residence permit applications.

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Embassy bank information (English):

SWIFT: BOTKJPJT
Bank name: Mitsubishi UFJ
Bank address: 1-15-21 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, 150-0002 Tokyo
Branch name: Shibuya-Meijidori
Branch code: 470
Account type: Futsu
Account number: 3263661
Account name: デンマークタイシカン (DENMAーKUTAISHIKAN)

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Embassy bank information (Japanese):

銀行: Mitsubishi UFJ
住所: 東京都渋谷区渋谷1−15−21
支店: 渋谷明治通支店
支店番号: 470
口座:(普通)3263661
名前: デンマークタイシカン

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