This visa is solely for the purpose of Transit. This visa is given for a travel period of less than 90 days.
There is a service charge of 7200 KZT levied per application over and above the visa fees.
The applicable visa fee in Kazakhstan Tenge is as per the current exchange rate.
Service Fees are paid at the Visa Application Center in Kazakhstan Tenge.
The fees are non-refundable.
From 01 August 2019, documents for a short-term and long-term visa to Denmark are accepted strictly with the application form completed online and the payment of the visa fee online, using the link ApplyVisa.um.dk. After completing the application form and paying the visa fee, the customer must print a cover letter from the ApplyVisa portal and submit it along with the rest of the documents at the visa application center.
This list is intended to help you compile the documents for your visa application. Please note that the Embassy may ask for additional documents or further information if this is needed to assess the application.
Please note: All copies of document shall be colorful. Also, customer must have the original of document at the time of submission.
- Visa application form filled in English completely and signed by the customer. For minors: application form must be signed by one of their parent or a legal guardian.
Foreign passport valid for at least three months after the intended date of (last) departure from the Schengen area, containing at least two blank pages and issued within the previous ten years. Additionally:
Copy of all marked pages of the foreign passport.
If available other valid or/and expired foreign passports and copies of all marked pages of other valid or/and expired foreign passports.
- Two recent color photographs (3,5 x 4,5 cm) on the light background. Image has to bear a true likeness to the customer. Photographs have to conform to the requirements of International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).
- Visa fee in line with the categories of the visa facilitation agreements.
- Travel medical insurance covering the entire period of intended stay, valid for all Schengen States and covering any expenses which might arise in connection with repatriation for medical reasons, urgency medical attention, emergency hospital treatment or death during the stay. The minimum coverage must be €30.000.
- Copy of the internal passport (issued at the age of 14): pages concerning the customer's biodata, foreign passport(s) issued to him/her, his/her marital status and registration in Kazakhstan.
In cases of minors:
- Copy of birth certificate.
- Consent of the parental authority or legal guardian should be required only if the minor travels alone or only with one parent. Exceptions should be made to this if the single parent with whom the minor is to travel holds the parental authority alone (i.e. in cases where the other parent has deceased or been deprived of custody, e.g. a death certificate of the other parent or a court degree vesting custody exclusively in the parent who is signing the application would be requested).
- Copy of the valid Schengen visa of the parent(s) travelling with the minor for whom a visa is not applied at the same time with the parent(s).
In cases of third-country nationals:
- Proof of legal residence in Kazakhstan in line with federal legislation (e.g. residence permit, long-term visa or FMS registration), valid for at least three months after the planned return from the Schengen area or a document proving that the customer has applied for a renewal of proof of legal residence. If not resident, proof of legal presence in Kazakhstan and justification for submitting visa application in Kazakhstan instead of the country of residence.
- If the application is not submitted personally by the customer, the customer must issue a letter of full power to the person handing in the application. A letter of full power should also be shown if the passport is not collected personally by the customer.
- Visa or other entry permit for the third country of destination, if applicable.
Reserved tickets for onward journey.It is strongly recommended not to buy the ticket until the visa is issued.Agreement on processing personal data.
- Agreement on processing personal data.
Proof of employment (with information about salary); if not available (if the host is not financially responsible for all expenses regarding the trip), other proof of financial means and will to return (e.g. bank/credit card statement(s) covering at least three preceding months and confirming that the customer has 50 EUROS per day, proof of sponsorship, or proof of real estate property in Kazakhstan).
Proof of employment:
For employees – verification from the customer’s employer with the company’s details, stamp and signature of an executive officer. It should include the following information:
- date of employment;
- information about salary.
For self-employed people – proof of economic activity (e.g. 2NDFL or 3NDFL form, extract from the trade/fiscal registry or certificate for individual business) or bank statement(s) covering at least three preceding months.
For students and scholars (over 14 years of age) – verification from university or school.
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Short stay visa applications are usually processed within 15 working days of receipt at the Embassy of Denmark in Moscow if all required documentation is in order (excluding day of submission at Visa Application Centre). However, in some cases the procedure may take considerably longer.
The Embassy of Denmark in Moscow may require further documentation if he or she deems it necessary, before they can make a decision on an application.
Please note, the provision of all the documentation listed in no way guarantees that a visa will be granted.
Kindly read the information on this website carefully. The guidelines listed on this site will help you to prepare your documents as accurately as possible. This will reduce the chances of your application being delayed or declined due to inadequate or incorrect submission of documents.
- "NEW MANDATORY ONLINE VISA APPLICATION: From the 01 July 2019, you must fill in your visa application and pay the application fee online using ApplyVisa.um.dk. After you have applied and paid the visa fee online, you must print the cover letter from ApplyVisa and hand in supporting documents at the Visa Application Centre ‘’