Saturday, June 25, 2011

The Danish Green Card and Work Permit Program

If you are a professional who wants to work, live and settle in the European Union, the Danish Green card gives you the opportunity.
Non-European Union skilled migrants are allowed to come to Denmark under a renewable 3 years Green Card permit for the purpose of finding work. If you meet the eligibility criteria, you file your application and receive your Danish visum in 20-50 days! The Danish visum allows you to travel to Denmark and look for work there. As soon as you find a job, you will be granted a Danish Green Card immediately by the Danish authorities, which is your permit to work and live in Denmark or any other EU country. This is an excellent opportunity for any professional looking for a career and life in the EU. Note: EU and Danish companies are facing shortages in getting qualified employees in several key areas. This program is the best and fastest way of allowing qualified individuals worldwide to settle and work in Denmark or any other EU country.

Denmark Needs Your Skills
Denmark is one of the European Union’s most active members in trying to recruit skilled workers from around the world. Denmark’s immigration policy, similar to the United Kingdom’s skilled immigration program, utilizes a points based system called the Danish Green Card Scheme to attract skilled workers from outside the EU.

Why would you want to live in Denmark?
  • Denmark was ranked as “The happiest place in the world” based on the standards of health, welfare and education.
  • Denmark is considered one of the richest countries in the world.
  • Many job opportunities - Unemployment is currently at a historical low.
  • High Salaries - Gross salaries are high in Denmark in comparison with other countries making Denmark an attractive place to work.
  • English is used as the corporate language.
  • Denmark is the second most peaceful country in the world, after Iceland.
  • Denmark is the least corrupt country in the world.
  • The capital, Copenhagen, is ranked the most livable city in the world.
  • Denmark has a GDP per capita 15-20% higher than that of the United States.
  • Denmark’s national currency, the Krone, is de facto linked to the Euro.