The Danish Consular authorities in several world countries have already resumed visa operations, after about three months of suspended services, due to the Coronavirus outbreak.
While the Embassies work towards the creation of conditions for the resuming of all visa services abroad, VFS Global, which is an outsourcing and technology services company that serves governments and diplomatic missions worldwide, and to which Denmark has outsourced visa services in several world countries, has published a list of the world countries where limited Danish visa services are now offered.
“The Denmark Visa Application Centres in Kenya and Tanzania will resume operations from June 22 2020, operating every Monday and Wednesday for permanent resident and business visa applications, by prior appointment only,” the notice reads.
It also notes that starting from the same date, the Denmark Visa Application Centre located in the Israeli capital Tel Aviv is also accepting applications, though only for urgent short-stay visas.
Applicants for Danish long-stay visa and exceptional cases can now file their applications at the visa centres in Cairo, Egypt, and Ramallah, Palestinian Territories.
Those wishing to file an application for a Danish student visa, work visa and residence permit, can do so since June 22, in the VACS located as follows:
- London, the United Kingdom
- Abuja and Lagos, Nigeria
- Tehran, Iran
- Beirut, Lebanon
- Bangkok, Thailand
- Manama, Bahrain
- Accra, Ghana
- Taipei, Taiwan
- Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
- Kyiv and Lviv, Ukraine
- Tokyo, Japan
In the Republic of Ireland, residence and work permits are admitted at the Denmark Application Centre in Dublin. Applicants must make a prior appointment, or else their applications won’t