Welcome to the website of the Danish Visa Application Centre in India, Bhutan and Nepal. This site provides details related to your application submission and collection process, along with other useful information. Please visit the website of the Danish mission for more information
Due to the prohibitory orders issued by all three District Administration Offices of the Kathmandu Valley, Denmark Visa Application Centre will remain close until further notice.
Effective 15 February 2021, all applicants for Resident Permit will have to submit their passport at the time of lodging their application: the passport will be held in Embassy until the decision is made.
Please note that due to surge in Covid cases, the Embassy of Denmark is observing the restrictions imposed by the Government of Delhi, hence processing time will be impacted accordingly.
SIRI has therefore informed that they will again be able to case process all types of applications.
Keeping in mind, though, that certain entry restrictions still apply for travellers from countries in the “red category” On this website Entry into Denmark (coronasmitte.dk) you will also find the relevant information on entry restrictions.
India has been placed in the RED category which means very limited people may apply and enter Denmark_
Worthy purposes are restricted to and only to the below 5:
Please note: seafarers can apply with reduced checklist see here and also avail of appointments given to them on priority basis. Kindly contact our Helpline for assistance.
Applicants no longer need prior screening by the mission before applying for a visa.
Applicants choose the location in ApplyVisa where they will hand in the visa application. In India it is ONLY possible to hand in applications at VFS Delhi, Hyderabad, Chennai, Kochi, Bangalore, Mumbai, Kolkata. It does not matter if any other VACs may have been opened in ApplyVisa. Only the listed are open.
Timings at VAC as per VAC online appointment system. To book an appointment, click here
Your safety is our priority. As part of precautionary measures, customers visiting our Visa Application Centres may be subjected to body temperature checks to assess their health conditions and required to wear face mask and gloves. Customers exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms, including fever (higher than 38 degrees Celsius), cough and difficulty breathing will be allowed to reschedule their application submission for another day and will be advised to seek medical attention at the nearest healthcare facility of their choice.
Apart from the safety procedures conducted, please note that,
Applicants will not be permitted to visit the Visa Application Center for collection of passport.
Thank you for your understanding.
Increased fees for visa applications
Please note: As of 02 February 2020 the Schengen visa fee per person (Short Stay Visa) will increase from 60 to 80 euros or the equivalent amount in your local currency. For children between 6-12 years old the visa fee will increase to 40 euros or equivalent
** ICELAND VISA UPDATE **
Currently, applicants submitting in New Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore have to apply directly with the Embassy of Iceland by following these steps: https://www.vfsglobal.com/Iceland/India/index.html
If you have already filled in ApplyVisa and need to withdraw and apply directly with the Embassy of Iceland, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org (Please mention your reference number in the email).
The applications can be submitted in VFS Centre with or without appointment. Appointments are scheduled through this website or by calling the helpline.
To book an appointment to submit your applicationClick Here
If you have already submitted your visa application at the Denmark Visa Application Centre in India, you can track your application here. Your status can also be tracked via SMS and email.Click Here
Locate your nearest Visa Application Centre. Please select your resident city below.
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