Overview: New rules for work and residence permits from 1 July 2024

An amendment to the Aliens Act will take effect from 1 July, enabling more international workers to stay after the fast track scheme’s short-term track, and work while a new permit is assessed. Plus, the notorious Danish bank account requirement will be removed or extended for business schemes.

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On 1 July 2024, an amendment to the Aliens Act will come into force, which aims to support Danish companies in more efficient recruitment of international employees.  For international workers themselves, the change will bring greater options for extending a residence permit under the fast-track scheme’s short term track, and the ability to keep working […]


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