Schengen Visa of Europe-Italy Germany
Schengen visas should be obtained from the consulate of the member
country where a visitor plans entry into the Schengen zone and
is likely to spend most of his or her time.
Schengen visa allows you to enter into the country which
issues you the visa, and you may then travel freely throughout
all Schengen countries. It is assumed that you will spend most
of your time in the country which issued the visa to you, but
it is not a requirement. Some countries are much easier to
obtain a Schengen from, in practice, although the process is
supposed to be standardized.
It is therefore
possible, for another example, to obtain a Schengen visa via
the Italian or Spanish consluates, enter that country, and
then immediately travel to France and spend most of your time
there. However, countries which notice this practice may in
the future deny a Schengen application to people they feel are
a risk of abusing the intent of Schengen visas.
In the example
just described, Sweden or Hungary would have the right to deny
an application if they wish to, while other countries such as
Denmark or the Czech Republic retain the right to grant
permission, if they wish. Each signatory to the Schengen
Accord may decide to grant or deny an application to a person
based upon that individual's historical record of behavior and
travel in any other member country. So, it is generally
advisable to avoid this practice as much as possible to avoid
In December 2007
the Schengen Zone was significantly expanded to include many
new EU countries. There are also plans to expand by several
more countries in the near future. This news item includes
some related Schengen information that will likely be of
Conditions For Danish
You can be given
points based on your age. Points are given as follows:
34 years or
younger: 15 points.
You can be given
a maximum of 15 points for your age.
Your educational level will be assessed
after it has been converted to its Danish equivalent for
comparison. This is done as academic degrees vary from country
to country, even if they are called by the same name. The
Immigration Service will ask , a body under the Ministry of
Science, Technology and Innovation, to assess your educational
level. To enable CIRIUS to do this, you must include diplomas
as well as transcripts in your application.
In order to receive points for educational level, you must, as
a minimum, have the equivalent of a Danish Bachelor’s degree.
You will only be given points for one educational level.
Points are given as follows:
degree/Graduated from medium-length education: 30 points.
degree followed by one-year Master's degree: 50 points.
degree: 60 points.
Your work experience can be given points
according to how many years, within the last five years, you
have worked as a researcher or in a field where Denmark is
currently experiencing a shortage of qualified professionals.
You can see these fields and specific job titles on the
Positive List. You can also be given
points for other work experience. Points are given as follows:
within the past five years as a researcher/in field listed
on the Positive List: 10 points.
within the past five years as a researcher/in field
listed on the Positive List: 15 points.
within the past five years, other work: 5 points.
You can be given
a maximum of 15 points for your work experience.
In order to be
granted a residence permit under the Greencard scheme, you
must attain at least 100 points. Points are given for:
educational level, language skills, work experience,
adaptability, and age.
You must be able to support yourself
during your first year in Denmark. You need to document that
you dispose of an amount equal to Danish start aid (starthjælp)
for one year. The monthly start aid amount is (2008
level): DKK 4,926 for persons under 25 not living with their
parents, DKK 5,940 for single persons over 24, DKK 4,926 for
married/cohabiting persons over 24. By multiplying the monthly
amount by 12, you get the required amount you must dispose of.
Documentation can be a bank statement in your name..
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