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Visa Fee at a Glance

APPLYVISA:

"NEW ONLINE VISA APPLICATION: From the 01 July 2019, you should fill in your visa application and pay the application fee online using https://applyvisa.um.dk/. After you have applied and paid the visa fee online, you must print and sign the cover letter from ApplyVisa and hand in supporting documents and supply biometrics at the Visa Application Centre”

ONLINE PAYMENT OF R/W FEE (new link!):

“From 01 July 2019, The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark including all Danish diplomatic missions are introducing online payment of the embassy fee for residence or work permit.

The embassy fee should be paid online using this link https://dys.um.dk/permit/

The receipt for the payment should be submitted at the Danish Visa Application Centre (VFS) when you hand in your passport, relevant documentation and supply biometrics. Please note that in R/W permit cases there are three fees to be paid. 1) The fee to either The Danish Immigration Service or The Danish Agency for International Recruitment and Integration (SIRI), 2) the fee to the Danish embassy (using the link https://dys.um.dk/permit/) and 3) the fee to the Danish Visa Application Centre (VFS).”

Visa type Euros MAD *
Short stay Schengen visa (less than 90 days) 60.00 670.00
Short stay Schengen visa, less than 90 days, children between the age of 6 and below 12 years old 35.00 390.00
Resident Permit 203.00 2280.00

* The visa fee is only collectible in MAD, and may
change as a result of currency fluctuation.

The following categories do not have to pay the visa application fee:

  • Short stay for children under six years of age
  • School pupils, students, postgraduate students and accompanying teachers, when the purpose of the travel is study or other forms of education (this also applies to agreements on representation),
  • Researchers from third countries travelling within the EU for the purpose of carrying out scientific research as defined in the Recommendation of the European Parliament and of the Council 2005/761/EC of 28 September 2005 to facilitate the issue by the Member States of uniform short-stay visas for researchers from third countries travelling within the Community for the purpose of carrying out scientific research.
  • Holders of travel identification papers issued by countries whose own nationals are visa exempt (travel documents for refugees and alien’s passports).
  • Diplomats and persons who travel on official business for their country as well as the spouses and children of the persons concerned.
  • Employees at the UN Secretariat, at UN organisations (funds, programmes and specialised agencies), at OSCE institutions and members of the Council of Europe as well as the spouses and children of the persons concerned.
  • Persons in possession of a letter to the effect that they travel on official business for the UN or the above-mentioned organisations, etc.
  • Employees at the Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) in Copenhagen as well as persons performing tasks for the Board of the GBIF in connection with meetings, conferences, etc. as well as the spouses and children of the persons concerned.
  • Employees at the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) in Copenhagen as well as persons performing tasks for the Board of the ICES in connection with meetings, conferences, etc. as well as the spouses and children of the persons concerned.
  • Employees at the European Radiocommunications Office (ERO) in Copenhagen as well as persons performing tasks for the Board of the ERO in connection with meetings, conferences, etc. as well as the spouses and children of the persons concerned.
  • Employees at Eurofish in Copenhagen as well as persons performing tasks for the Board of Eurofish in connection with meetings, conferences, etc. as well as the spouses and children of the persons concerned.
  • Employees at the European Environment Agency (EEA) in Copenhagen as well as persons performing tasks for the Board of the EEA in connection with meetings, conferences, etc. as well as the spouses and children of the persons concerned.
  • The spouses and registered partners of nationals from another EU/EEA Member State than Denmark and their children or the spouse’s/partner’s children that have not reached the age of 21 or who are maintained by the EU/EEA national as well as relatives in lineal ascent and the spouse’s/partner’s relatives in lineal ascent who are maintained by the EU/EEA national. Such family members of Danish nationals who exercise their right of free movement in another EU Member State shall be covered by the exemption clause. The EU/EEA rules shall also apply to Switzerland.
  • Employees in the Foreign Service as well as their spouses and children below the age of 21 who belong to the household.
  • At the discretion of a diplomatic or consular mission, fee exemption may be granted to students, athletes, and others provided the journey is part of an exchange arrangement, an amateur sports festival, an amateur concert event and the like – or provided the mission finds it well-founded in other respects.
  • Furthermore, no fee shall be charged for the assistance of a diplomatic or consular mission in connection with the handling of visa applications from applicants who are:

Please note that satisfactory proof will have to be submitted to establish that one of the above exemptions apply.