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Government drops bank account requirement for skilled non-EU professionals

TheCopenhagenPost
January 24th, 2024


A new bill will see non-EU specialists able to register a home address without a Danish bank account. The requirement that foreign workers quit their job while a new residence permit is being processed will also be dropped.


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The new bill will make it easier to hire internationals in the pharmaceutical industry (photo: Novo Nordisk)

A new bill will see non-EU specialists able to register a home address without a Danish bank account. The requirement that foreign workers quit their job while a new residence permit is being processed will also be dropped.

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