Important information when entering Denmark
If you arrive from a country classified as a banned country, you must present proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken no more than 72 hours before entry. If you fail to present such a test, you must expect to be refused entry as from Monday, 26 October 2020.
On this page you will find information about rules and required documents.
Dear customers, please kindly note that visa application centres of Denmark will be closed on the 4th of November 2020 due to a national holiday.
Dear customers, please kindly note that Danish visa application centre in Moscow accepts applications for D visas.
Also you are able to submit an application for a short-term visa, but only if your purpose of visit is listed on the website of the Danish police. Once you have identified that you are eligible for applying we ask you to fill in application form on MFA’s portal - https://applyvisa.um.dk/ , collect required documents for your application, schedule an appointment, and come to visa centre. If you have any questions, please contact us via our helpline .
As per requirements of local authorities related to the current epidemiological situation, all applications will be accepted strictly as per preliminarily scheduled appointment. Appointment scheduling is available through our online-module "Schedule an appointment". We ask you to take into consideration the following points as well:
Thank you for your understanding.
ENTRY RESTRICTIONS TO DENMARK
The Danish Government has implemented extensive restrictions on entry to Denmark due to the Corona virus/COVID-19. These restrictions mean that you must expect to be rejected at the Danish borders even with a valid visa.
The only exceptions are foreign travelers who have a valid visa AND a worthy purpose for entering. Worthy purposes include travelers who are either parents or primary caretakers (e.g. foster parents) of minors residing in Denmark, visits to critically ill family members, persons who are in the process of a medical treatment in Denmark, persons who are attending a funeral in Denmark, and persons who will be part of a court case in Denmark.
Ordinary tourist visits, family visits and business travel are not considered worthy travel purposes. Case processing times may be extended. For more information please visit the website for information from the Danish authorities: https://politi.dk/coronavirus-i-danmark/in-english.
The Danish Government has implemented extensive precautionary measures due to the Corona virus/COVID-19.
You can still apply for a visa to Denmark, however additional restrictions on entry into Denmark might be imposed in the coming days. These include, among other things, the possibility of medical examination on arrival, possible quarantine on arrival from high risk areas and the possibility of rejection of foreigners arriving from high risk areas at the border.
Please stay updated on the website from Danish Immigration Service and the website for information from the Danish authorities. For information on precautionary health measures implemented in Denmark, please visit the Danish Health Authorities’ website.