Danish Green Card Scheme..
It is possible to be granted a three-year residence permit for the purpose of seeking work, and subsequently working, in Denmark. A residence and work permit under the Danish Green Card scheme is issued on the basis of an individual evaluation using a point system designed to assess the likelihood that the applicant will be able to find qualified work in Denmark.
In order to be granted a residence permit under the Greencard scheme, you must attain at least 100 points. Points are given for: 1. Educational level, 2. Language skills, 3. Work experience, 4. Adaptability, and 5. Age
In order to receive points for educational level, you must, as a minimum, have the equivalent of a Danish Bachelor’s degree. You will only be given points for one educational level.
You can be given a maximum of 30 points for your language skills.
Your work experience can be given points according to how many years, within the last five years, you have worked as a researcher or in a field where Denmark is currently experiencing a shortage of qualified professionals. You can see these fields and specific job titles on the Positive List.
You can be given points for your educational or work related attachment to the EU/EEA (including Denmark) or Switzerland, as this is seen to increase your ability to quickly adapt to the Danish labour market.
You can be given points based on your age. Points are given as follows:
- 35-40 years: 10 points.
- 34 years or younger: 15 points.
- You can be given a maximum of 15 points for your age.
Visit https://www.workindenmark.dk/ and you can find great deal of important information that may be relevant in regard to the recruitment and employment process and in connection with the stay in Denmark.