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Embassy of Denmark in New Delhi receives and processes Denmark Schengen Visa applications and Denmark Residence Permit applications.
A little about Denmark
Encompassing an area of 42, 933 kilometers-square, Scandinavian Denmark comprises Jutland Peninsula and numerous other islands.
The country possesses vast stretches of sandy beaches being thronged by hundreds of thousands of tourists every year. Being dubbed as Fairytale Island, Denmark’s ruined abbeys and picturesque villages are places offering experiences of the lifetime.
The country’s per capita income is one of the highest in the nation. USD 51,560. The country is also part of the Schengen Area.
Denmark is also the oldest Kingdom of Europe.
Jurisdiction of Embassy of Denmark in New Delhi
Embassy of Denmark in New Delhi covers Maldives, Bhutan and Sri Lanka and following states of India:
Chandigarh, Lakshadweep, West Bengal, Territories of Andaman and Nicobar, Uttaranchal, Uttar Pradesh, Sikkim, Tripuri, Punjab, Rajasthan, Mizoram, Nagaland, Meghalaya, Jharkhand, Manipur, Himachal Pradesh, J&K, Haryana, Assam, and Bihar.
Who needs a Schengen visa?
All Indians citizens, who want to travel to the Schengen Zone, are required to acquire a Denmark Schengen Visa for legal entry in Denmark.
Process of applying for Denmark Schengen Visa
Below is the ultimate and updated guide for applying for Denmark Schengen Visa at Embassy of Denmark in New Delhi:
Step 1: Getting Acquaintance
Just like human evolution, visa rules and policies continue to evolve with the passage of time in accord with contemporary situations.
To get acquaintance with them, you are recommended to visit the official website of the Embassy of Denmark in New Delhi.
After going through the website, click on ‘Travel and Residence’ bar and then select ‘Information For Indians’.
At the top left side, you will see tabs of ‘Long-term Stay (Residence Permit)’ and ‘Short-term Stay (Denmark Schengen Visa)’.
Pick the category that you belong to.
Step 2: Book Appointment
The applicant will book an appointment with the staffers of the Embassy of Denmark in New Delhi using VFS Global system. Use your credentials to login and secure appointment.
Step 3: Visa docs
An application form for Denmark Schengen Visa.
International standard passport size pictures.
Roundtrip flight itinerary illustrating arrival and departure dates. Click on the banner below to attach a verifiable flight itinerary for visa documents.
Travel Health Insurance: The basic aim of this document is to assure visa officers that you do not become a liability on the host country in case of any medical uncertainty. The travel health insurance must provide coverage of at least USD 50000 or thirty-thousand euros.
Hotel Bookings: The basic aim of this document is to prove that the applicant has made payment in advance to secure accommodation facilities in Denmark.
A personal covering letter with content explaining the main reason for applying for Denmark Schengen Visa at the Embassy of Denmark in New Delhi. You must refrain from adding any unnecessary details.
NOC from school/college/varsity (if student) and from the company (if employed).
Evidence illustrating your social status in India.
Means of subsistence: As per information acquired from The Ministry of Justice of Denmark, the applicant is bound to provide evidence to the Danish Embassy or consulate that he/she possesses daily cash equivalent to 67.24 euros if staying in a hotel.
Step 4: Submit Biometric Data
Since November 2015, all wanderlusts who want to acquire Belgium Schengen Visa are bound legally to appear in person to give their biometric data for Schengen Visa application. Biometric data helps in countering identification theft.
Owing to submission of biometric data, Embassy of Belgium in New Delhi processes Belgium Schengen Visa and Belgium Residence Permit application faster.
The method of submission of biometric data is overtly simple, discrete and quick. All required from the applicant is to place his/her finger on the scanner. Once submitted, the biometric data remains valid for five years or 59 months.
Furthermore, if the applicant wants to reapply for the Belgian Schengen Visa or Schengen Visa of any other state within the five-year threshold, he/she does not require to resubmit the biometric data as it can be extracted from Visa Information System (VIS).
Step 5: Appear for Interview
After amassing all the required mandatory and supporting documents, the itinerant will appear for an interview at the Embassy of Denmark in New Delhi.
We recommend you to reach fifteen minutes prior at the embassy. If you can’t make it on time, then you’ve to reschedule the appointment with the embassy’s staffers.