People from certain countries must have a visa to enter the country. India has been included in the list and Indians, other than the persons with diplomatic passports and service personnel need a visa to enter Denmark. Countries with immigration and political issues are listed and the citizens of the same have to get a visa prior to the arrival to the country. The temporary visitor visa is in line with the rules and regulations of the Schengen visa norms.
Denmark temporary visa enabled the visa holder to visit and tour all the countries in the Europe bonded with an agreement. The European Union lays set of rules and regulations for the nations included in the European Union. If the applicant wants to reside in Denmark for a longer period of time, he/she needs to apply for the resident permit. If you apply for both the visas i.e. residence permit visa and the temporary visitor visa, the visa authorities may suspect the intention and this leads be get rejected in both the cases.
If anyone’s application in process for a residence permit from the Denmark visa department and the applicant applies for the tourist visa, both the applications may be get cancelled. If the applicant has any types of residence permits or permanent residence visas from any one of the Schengen countries, he need not apply for a tourist visa to the country. But these resident permits are not valid to enter into Greenland and Faroe Islands. You need to apply for a separate tourist visa to enter the same.
Resident permit holders of Bulgaria, Rumania and Cyprus can travel through Denmark and stay up to five days of time with valid reasons and intent to leave the country within the stated time period. If the aspirant has a resident permit issued by the EU country, but not a Schengen country, the aspirant can visit the country if accompanied by a citizen of the Schengen country. The residence card will look like a credit card or you need to get a residence permit sticker attached to your passport.
The visa entitled the applicant to stay in any one of the Schengen countries. The following nations are come in the Schengen visa region. Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Czech Republic, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland are the nations agreed to follow the Schengen norms on visas issued by the member countries.