When it comes to working in Denmark, countries like Canada, Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Dubai, Thailand, USA, UK, and other Nordic residents do not require a work permit to do so. Despite this fact, the same is not applicable for all members of the EU, especially the new ones. If someone is a national from another country, they will require a Danish work permit in order for them to work on their business. The work permit should be obtained at least 3 months before going to Denmark.
The work permit can be obtained by the individual depending on whether there are any other specialists in Denmark who are not able to perform the same job. If the applicant’s skills are found to be up to the mark, a work permit may be given to them when they apply for it.
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The individual should ensure that they have their employment contract with them. It should contain all the necessary details regarding their work and what it encompasses. All of the information that is available must be accepted by Denmark.
Even if the individual does not have a residence or work permit, they will still be able to perform certain activities related to their business if their intended stay in Denmark is less than 3 months. These actions may be related to being a part of gatherings or arranging anything related to the business.
If the individual is visiting Denmark to modify or create an item or help strengthen the business in any way, they will need to make arrangements to stay there and also obtain a work permit.
If the individual’s business has provided any form of support to any Danish organisation, this information may be useful when they are applying for their Danish work permit.