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Going to Denmark

Short stay visas

 

Denmark is part of the Schengen Region in Europe and a short stay visa for Denmark is a Schengen visa. A Schengen visa is issued for the purpose of a short stay of less than 90 days in Denmark and other Schengen countries and does not give the holder right to reside or work in Denmark. As of 1 June 2016, the German Embassy in Yangon handles applications for Schengen visas to Denmark.

 

Myanmar citizens need a visa to visit Denmark. Find out which other nationalities need a visa to visit Denmark here.

 

As of 1 June 2016, the German Embassy in Yangon represents Denmark in visa matters in Myanmar and therefore handles visa applications for short stays of less than 90 days in Denmark.

 

Detailed instructions on how to apply for a Schengen visa are found on the website of the German Embassy. Residents in Myanmar wishing to apply for a short stay visa to Denmark must follow the German Embassy’s guidelines on how to apply for a Schengen visa at the German Embassy in Yangon. You can find these here and download the German Embassy’s visa information leaflet here. To apply for a visa you need to arrange an appointment.

 

Visa appointments at the German Embassy can only be made online here. You will need to book an appointment at least 4 weeks before your planned departure in order to allow sufficient time for processing your application after the interview.

 

After 1 June 2016, any questions regarding short stay visas to Denmark should be directed to the German Embassy in Yangon.

 

Residence and work permits

The German Embassy in Yangon only handles visa applications in connection with visits to Denmark of up to 90 days. Applicants wishing to stay in Denmark for a period exceeding 3 months in connection with e.g. study or work must apply for a residence permit in person at the Embassy of Denmark in Bangkok. Read more about the process here.