Frequently Asked Questions
You can submit your VISA application in the VISA Application Centre of Denmark. It is situated in Minsk, 33 Zheleznodorozhnaya st. BC “SV Plaza” ground floor.
Telephone number: +375 17 336 9948
Moreover, You can submit your VISA application in the Embassy of Denmark in Moscow. It is situated on 9 Prechistensky Pereulok. Also, additional information can be found on
Telephone number: +74956426800

As soon as Your VISA application reached the Embassy of Denmark in Moscow, application shall be decided on within 15 calendar days of the date of the lodging of an application which is admissible. That period may be extended up to a maximum of 30 calendar days in individual cases, notably when further scrutiny of the application is needed, and exceptionally, when additional documentation is needed in specific cases, up to a maximum of 60 calendar days.

Appointment is not needed if you wish to submit documents in Visa Centre.

Yes, it is possible. Those who wish to submit documents directly at the Embassy have to schedule an appointment by calling the helpline of the Moscow Visa Centre Please note that the appointment can be scheduled not earlier than in two weeks before the actual submission of documents.

Visa Section of the Danish Embassy is opened for applicants with the previous appointments from 10:00 till 12:00 hrs on the working days (submission of documents/pass-back of passports) and is located at the following address: Prechistensky Per. 9 (metro Kropotkinskaya).

It is not necessary to come to the Visa Centre in person to submit documents. All documents can be submitted by the applicant’s representative. In this case please enclose the power of attorney from the applicant and the copy of the main page (page with holder’s data) of the representative’s passport with other documents. The power of attorney can be notarized or may be written in free form by the applicant. Please note that the power of attorney should contain the validity period for which it is given.

In case of applying for the Residence and Work permit an applicant should come to the Visa centre in person and, if required, go through the interview at the Embassy.

Yes, it is possible. In this case the submission of the power of attorney from the applicant is not required. Kindly present the copies of documents confirming your close relationship with the applicant (copies of passport page containing the holder’s data, copies of birth certificate, marriage certificate).

In case of applying for the Residence and Work permit an applicant should come to the Visa centre in person and, if required, go through the interview at the Embassy.

When submitting your visa application, please present two colored identical photographs, printed at the matt photo paper. The background of photos should be of white or light color. Size – 3.5 cm X 4.5 cm (face of the applicant should occupy the largest part of the photograph and be at least 2.5 cm from the top of the head till the chin). The image on the photographs should correspond to the applicant’s age. Please stick one photo to the application form and fix another one with a clip (face down).

The Embassy kindly asks to observe the above mentioned photographs requirements. Otherwise the Embassy may refuse the processing of your visa application.

This question falls within the competence of the Embassy. Visa applications accepted at the Visa Centre are forwarded to the Danish Embassy for processing. In exceptional cases the Embassy can get in touch with an applicant to inform him/her about the result of processing of his/her visa application. Thus, it is required to mention (fill into the application form) the correct telephone number, including the country code and the city code. The Embassy may require additional documents or request the applicant to come to the Embassy for an interview.

The numbers of entries in requested visa doesn’t influence the visa fee as well as the requirements to the documents. The exception is the invitation letter. In case if a multiple entry visa is required the inviting party should clearly explain the purpose of visit(s) in the invitation letter and the necessary of having a multiple entry visa for an applicant.

The Visa Centre doesn’t accept documents for visa sent by post or any official courier services. The applicants should submit their documents at the Visa Centre personally or through representative or third person (against the power of attorney).

An applicant can buy an insurance policy at any insurance company that is authorized for this kind of activity, under the condition that the insurance agreement (policy) answers the requirements of the Embassy.