Proposed changes to family reunification bill will see language and financial rules eased

Passing Dansk Prøve 3 will no longer be necessary for those who have worked full-time in Denmark for five years, and the financial requirement will be halved.

Photo: Creative Commons/Melinee.

On 11 April 2024, the Minister for Immigration and Integration presented to Parliament a proposal to amend the rules for spousal reunification.   If approved, the spouse residing in Denmark would no longer be obliged to pass the level-three language test, Prøve i Dansk 3, or an equivalent Danish test. Instead, the requirement can be met […]

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