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Danish Citizenship, Integration and Immigration Laws

All adoptions from abroad are stopped

If you want to adopt a child from abroad, this can only be done through DIA (Danish International Adoption), an independent adoption agency accredited...

Moderaterne (social-liberals) want to remove the “handshake requirement” for obtaining Danish citizenship

The requirement was introduced by the former minister of integration, Inger Støjberg in 2018. What does it mean? If you have applied for Danish citizenship, you...

5 million DKK for the European-Ukrainian Hub in Copenhagen

Danmarks Erhvervsfremmebestyrelse (Denmark’s Business Promotion Board) awarded a significant grant to the European-Ukrainian Hub in Copenhagen. Why? To promote entrepreneurship among Ukrainians living in Denmark and...

84% of non-Danish people have experienced discrimination in Denmark

A study by the Institute for Human Rights shows that the large majority of people with another ethnic background than Danish who live in Denmark experienced...

What happens when you put a DF’er as the Danish citizenship committee president

Well, you will get an overzealous politician that is willing to break the law just to find something that could deny your citizenship application. 53 times...

Religious preachers from outside the European Union have a hard time entering Denmark

Since the “Preachers Act” has been implemented as a reaction to a documentary made in 2016 that shown an imam from the Grimhøjmoskeen in...

The special law for Ukrainian refugees is extended until March 2025

The law is not unique to Denmark, as all the European Union states have adopted it. It was decided on a European level to...

Integration Basic Education (IGU) is extended until December 2027

The government and the social partners have entered into a tripartite agreement to extend IGU until December 2027.  Unemployed refugees and people that moved here via the...

The Copenhagen Parliament is asking for public communication and public websites to also be available in English

This is just one concrete proposal from a long list of recommendations made by the “Copenhagen Parliament” (Københavnertinget). The citizens selected in the “Copenhagen...

Resistance from the current Employment Minister to the idea of making it easier for internationals to come to Denmark

According to Ane Halsboe Jørgensen, the current Minister of Employment, infamous for having earlier closed the English-speaking programs at the university colleges, the government should...
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