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The Fast-Track Scheme allows highly paid applicants and some others to begin working in Denmark immediately after the submission of a residence and work permit application and a brief meeting with the Danish Immigration Authorities. The sponsoring company must be certified by the Danish authorities to be able to use this category.

Applicants who have been offered a position on the Positive List (of shortage occupations) follow a dedicated route.

The Pay Limit Scheme applies to those employed by or assigned to a Danish company which pays them at least an established minimum salary, and who are not eligible for the Fast-Track Scheme.

The ‘Fitter’ category applies to assignees being sent from outside the EU/EEA on a Schengen C Visa or visa waiver, for one visit of up to 90 days to fulfil contractual obligations to a Danish client company which has purchased machines, equipment or systems from a foreign supplier.

Third-country nationals who are employed in an EEA country (or Switzerland) which has granted them a work and residence permit, can be assigned to provide services in Denmark without a work permit. A posted worker notification must be submitted to the Danish labour authorities. For assignments beyond 90 days, an EU Certificate application is required.

Nordic citizens do not need work permits, registration certificates or residence permits to live or work in Denmark.

The Fast-Track Scheme allows highly paid applicants and some others to begin working in Denmark immediately after the submission of a residence and work permit application and a brief meeting with the Danish Immigration Authorities. The sponsoring company must be certified by the Danish authorities to be able to use this category.

Applicants who have been offered a position on the Positive List (of shortage occupations) follow a dedicated route.

The Pay Limit Scheme applies to those employed by or assigned to a Danish company which pays them at least an established minimum salary, and who are not eligible for the Fast-Track Scheme.

The ‘Fitter’ category applies to assignees being sent from outside the EU/EEA on a Schengen C Visa or visa waiver, for one visit of up to 90 days to fulfil contractual obligations to a Danish client company which has purchased machines, equipment or systems from a foreign supplier.

Third-country nationals who are employed in an EEA country (or Switzerland) which has granted them a work and residence permit, can be assigned to provide services in Denmark without a work permit. A posted worker notification must be submitted to the Danish labour authorities. For assignments beyond 90 days, an EU Certificate application is required.

Nordic citizens do not need work permits, registration certificates or residence permits to live or work in Denmark.

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