Did you know that biometric data is now required to apply for a visa to Denmark?

This includes your ten fingerprints and a photo. To apply for a Danish visa, you must appear in person for the collection of this biometric data, and before taking the photo you will be asked to remove eyeglasses or adjust your head coverings that could hide your facial features. Certain applicants are exempt from the fingerprint requirements:

– Children under the age of 12
– Persons for whom fingerprinting is physically impossible
– Heads of State and members of national governments, and members of their official delegations when invited for an official purpose.

Denmark has tightened controls to ensure the security of those living or travelling within their borders. But there is no need to worry.  Pathways Visa can help you with these details and with your application process for your visa for Denmark.