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FAQ - travelling to Denmark from Ukraine

1. Can I enter Denmark during COVID-19?

The Embassy does not reply the questions regarding entry into Denmark. The information about entry restrictions in Denmark can be found on the joint website of the Danish Authorities 
Should you have additional questions related to entry into Denmark please contact the arrivals hotline of the Danish Police by +45 70206044.

2. Which documents do I need to present in order to travel to Denmark?

The list of documents for the citizens who are entitled to enter Denmark during COVID-19 quarantine rules can be found on the joint website of the Danish Authorities. The police recommends that travellers bring the relevant documentation in physical form – in case the digital device is running out of power or the screen is broken just before the border control. 
General information on visa-free travel to Denmark is given on the website of the Danish Immigration Service 

3. What are the entry rules when travelling to Denmark (test types, vaccination,  isolation, etc)?

From 26 June 2021, Denmark has returned to 4 zones principle in terms of travel scheme and specific entry restrictions, individual for arrivals from each zone. Countries and regions are categorized as either green, yellow, orange or red based on the current epidemiological situation and are updated on a weekly basis. Please follow the information at the Joint Website of the Danish Authorities to get acquainted with the list of countries (more here) and the entry requirements on mandatory testing and isolation applicable to travelers entering Denmark (more here).  

Please find the general information on entering Denmark here.

4. Persons in transit

The applicable guidelines for the persons can be found here.

5. May I enter Denmark having an invitation letter from my employer in Denmark? Is the invitation letter authentic?

Please find the regulations on entry to Denmark on the joint website of the Danish Authorities.
 
The Embassy was informed that recently several Ukrainians were offered jobs in Denmark, which then turned out to be fraud. Please follow the Embassy's instructions here.

Information regarding the application for residence and work permits in Denmark is available in a section How to apply for a residence/work permit   and as well on the web pages New to Denmark (nyidanmark.dk) and Denmark visa information in Ukraine - Home Page (vfsglobal.com)

If you have further questions regarding the above processing of the applications please contact SIRI, via New to Denmark (nyidanmark.dk)

6. Can the Danish Embassy issue a permit to enter Denmark?

No, the Embassy cannot issue a permit to enter Denmark, as the decision for allowing or denying entry is taken by the Danish Police. Previously, the Embassy was issuing statements confirming worthy purposes of entering Denmark based on the information in the Danish Police webpage. The Embassy no longer issues such statements.  

7. What do I need to board the plane?

Please contact the air company you are travelling with for more information. The documentation needed for entering Denmark is described above and here.

8.  Does Ukraine allow Ukrainian citizens to travel?

For any questions regarding travel from Ukraine please contact the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine https://dpsu.gov.ua/, Ukrainian Foreign Ministry https://mfa.gov.ua/ or The Embassy  of Ukraine in Denmark https://denmark.mfa.gov.ua/

9. May I get a re-entry permit at the Danish Embassy in Ukraine?

The Danish Embassy in Ukraine does not issue re-entry permits to Ukrainian citizens with biometric passports, since they are exempt from the visa requirements. Please read the information here New to Denmark (nyidanmark.dk)
 

10.  Is it possible to endorse with an Apostille the document issued in Denmark at the Danish Embassy in Ukraine?

No. The Apostille authority in Denmark is the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ Legalisation Office  See more here: Legalisation of Danish documents

11. How can I get a certificate of criminal record from Denmark?

If you are staying or have previously stayed in Denmark, you can request an international certificate of criminal record from the Danish Police. Please read more about the procedure here

The Embassy does not assist in getting a certificate of criminal record from Denmark.