Denmark Visa Information - Indonesia - News And Updates

News And Updates

  • 26 June 2018

    Information storage of applicants biometric data – Click here
  • 27 March 2018

    SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT

    With effect from 01 April 2018, all applicants are required to book an appointment online to  submit their  visa application at the Denmark Visa Application Centre in Indonesia.

    Please click here to make an appointment

    Instructions on how to schedule an appointment:

    • Before you make an appointment, you should carefully read the visa application process available on the website to submit your visa application and supporting documents at the Denmark Visa Application Centre.
    • Group travels arranged by Travel Agencies , must submit via email the itinerary for approval by the Embassy of Denmark in Indonesia prior to making an appointment.
    • Only applicants will be allowed inside the visa application centre. The only exceptions to this are those accompanying children under 18 years-of-age or applicants who need special assistance for health reasons, disability or otherwise.
    • Only ONE appointment can be booked per passport.
    • An application will not be accepted at the Denmark Visa Application Centre if the applicant name does not match with the one used for making the appointment.
    • If you are part of a family or a group, each member of the family or group must make an individual appointment. For example, if you are a family of 4 with 2 adults and 2 children you need to make 4 individual appointments.
    • Please bring a printout of your appointment letter for the scheduled date and time to the Denmark Visa Application Centre and present it to the staff / security guard.
    • Please make sure you arrive at the Denmark Visa Application Centre 10 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time. If you arrive later  than 15 minutes of your scheduled appointment, you will be required to make a new appointment.
    • If you have missed your appointment on the scheduled day, the system will not allow you to reschedule or cancel the appointment and you will be required to make a new appointment after 24 hours.
    You can reschedule your appointment only for a future date and up to a maximum of 2 times.

  • 21 June 2017

    “Delay in delivery of shipments during Eid Mubarak 1438H start from 24 June 2017 until 03 July 2017 “

    All the shipments during  Eid Mubarak 1438H holiday there will be no deliveries scheduled. And all the consigments will be delivered from 04 July 2017 as per standard times.

  • 13 February 2017

    Combo Services

    Starting on 13 February 2017, pay less for more. By paying for this service, you will get additional benefit. With one price you are able to have notification of your application status and get your Passport couriered at your doorsteps. Kindly contact our call center or VAC officer for more information.

    More information on product and services, can be found in our link.

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    Passport with hand written correction in biometrical data

    According to Schengen regulation manual amended passports are not accepted. Passports with hand written corrections in biometrical data cannot be accepted when applying for a Schengen visa. Only passports with correct biometrical data can be used to apply.

    A handwritten correction in the date of birth and/or a misspelt name, referred to with a note on page 4 of the passport, is an example of such a correction that cannot be accepted. In such a case, the applicant is requested to make a new passport with the correct biometrical data before applying.

    Additional names or aliases (usually referred to with a note on page 4 of the passports) can be accepted, however the data that will printed in the visa will be copied only from the biometrical data page without taking the page 4 addition into consideration.

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    Information on document

    On 5 April 2010, regulation no. 810/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council establishing a Community Code on Visas (Visa Code) enters into force. For Denmark and all other Schengen member states, the Visa Code will hereafter be the regulatory framework for visas.

    These new regulations imply new demands on the application, meaning that all supporting documents must be handed in along with the Schengen application form. It is essential that you collect all of the following documents before presenting your application to the Mission/Visa Application Centre:

    If supporting documents are not presented promptly, your application upon examination may be refused and result in the loss of the visa fee.

    Please note that the requested supporting documents, as a general rule, are the same at all Schengen Missions (in the local area).