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Information sheet for Schengen visa applicants

Information sheets for visa applicants and hosts, as well as residence permit applicants

Information sheet for Schengen visa applicants

The information sheet is relevant after a visa application has been submitted.

The information sheet for Schengen visa applicants can be found in this link (in English).

For the information sheet in Danish, follow this link.

Information sheet for Schengen visa holders

The information sheet is relevant after a visa has been granted.

The information sheet for Schengen visa holders can be found in this link.

The information sheet exists in English only.

Information sheet for Schengen visa hosts

The information sheet is relevant after a visa invitation has been submitted.

The information sheet for Schengen visa hosts, exists only in Danish and can be found in this link.

Information sheet about the obligation to check the visa sticker -  both for Schengen visa and residence permit 

The information sheet is relevant for all applicants who receive a visa sticker in their passport.

The information sheet can be found in this link.

Information Sheet for Schengen visa and for residence permit - Storage of applicants' biometric data

An information sheet concerning storage of applicants' biometric data can be found in this link.

As per 1 July 2017 an amending act to the Danish Aliens Act has entered into force. It introduces new rules regarding recording, registration and storage of aliens’ fingerprints and photographs in relation to identification and identity control.

According to the amending act, an alien’s fingerprints and photograph (biometric features) will be stored for a longer period in a central register in Denmark managed by the Ministry of Immigration and Integration, the Danish Immigration Service and the Danish Agency for International Recruitment and Integration for the purpose of identification and identity control.

This means, that with respect to applications for visa to Denmark, fingerprints and photographs (biometric features) recorded from 1 July 2017 for the purpose of applying for a visa to Denmark will be stored by the Danish authorities for 10 years or until the alien is granted Danish citizenship.

With respect to applications for residence permit to Denmark, fingerprints and photographs (biometric features) recorded from 1 July 2017 for the purpose of applying for a residence permit to Denmark will be stored for 20 years or for 10 years if the alien is granted a residence permit. The fingerprints and photographs (biometric features) will be deleted if the alien is granted Danish citizenship.

Consular inquiries and appointments

Personal appearance at the Embassy only by
confirmed prior appointment.

Consular inquiries and appointments for
passport and certificates only by email

tyoambcon@um.dk

 

Appointment for visa and residence permit by direct contact to the Denmark Visa Application
Center operated by VFS:

https://www.vfsglobal.com/Denmark/Japan/index.html