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Short term stay - Schengen Visa

The information on this website is a brief introduction to the rules and procedures for Schengen visa to Denmark. Please read all the information carefully before applying for a visa.
All Indian nationals are required to obtain a visa before entry into Denmark or other Schengen countries.
The procedures for the visa application to Denmark is subject to the Schengen rules.
A visa issued by Denmark or another Schengen country permits free travel within the Schengen area, if not stated otherwise on the visa.
You can apply for a Schengen-visa at one of the 16 Danish Visa Application Centres in India
For detailed information regarding Schengen visas please read the Common Information Sheet for Schengen Visa Applications

SCHENGEN RULES


What is a Schengen visa?

In order to control who can enter Denmark and the other Schengen countries, certain nationalities are subjects to visa requirements. The Schengen countries decide cooperatively which nationalities the visa requirements will apply to.
A visa issued by Denmark or another Schengen country permits free travel within the Schengen area, if not stated otherwise on the visa.
The maximum duration of a visa stay is 90 days.
 
Who needs a Schengen visa?
All Indian nationals are required to obtain a visa before entry into Denmark or other Schengen countries. The type of visa depends on the length and purpose of the stay. For other nationalities, please see the list of nationals who do need a visa to visit Denmark.
If you have been granted certain types of residence or re-entry permits in another Schengen country, you do not need a visa to enter Denmark or other Schengen countries.
If you hold a residence card issued under the EU regulations on free movement, you do not need a visa to enter Denmark. This can be either a credit-card size plastic card or a residence sticker in your passport.
Please note that even if you hold of a Schengen short-term visa you are still subject to immigration control and are not guaranteed entry into any of the Schengen countries.
 
Schengen visas are issued by:
Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland.