Friday, 5 July 2013

POSITIVE LIST DENMARK GREEN CARD SCHEME 2013 ANNOUNCED

The Danish Agency for Labour Retention and International Recruitment previously known as Danish Immigration Services, based in Copenhagen has released new positive list i.e. professions in which Denmark lacks and professions in high demand, on 1st July, 2013.

People willing to apply for Denmark Green Card Scheme Immigration in 2013 should make sure that their profession / job title must be in the professions of high demand i.e. in positive list.

Here is new positive list:

Tuesday, 11 June 2013

How to Apply for Denmark Immigration from Pakistan


Denmark is one of the Scandinavian counties in Northern Europe. Denmark provides an outstanding opportunity for skilled works and professionals to live an enjoyable life. The applicants are valued through a point based system under various categories of work visaDenmark has been a member of the European Union since 1973 as well as founding member of NATO and the OECD. Denmark is one of the 27 other Schengen countries.
Denmark is one of the European Union's most active members in trying to recruit skilled workers from around the world. Denmark's immigration policy, similar to the United Kingdom's skilled immigration program, utilizes a points based system called the Danish Green Card to attract skilled workers from outside the EU. 

Sunday, 2 June 2013

Apply for Denmark Immigration from Pakistan


Denmark Green Card Scheme, also known as Danish Green Card or Denmark Immigration started in November, 2008. Many foreign nationals are free to live and work in Denmark. However, some are required to hold a residence and work permit. The specific requirements in connection with living and working in Denmark depend, first and foremost, on your nationality and qualifications. 

It is possible to be granted a residence permit for the purpose of seeking work, and subsequently working, in Denmark. A residence and work permit under the Greencard scheme is issued on the basis of an individual evaluation using a point system designed to assess the likelihood that the applicant will be able to find qualified work in Denmark

If you are granted a residence permit under the Greencard scheme, you do not need to obtain a work permit. A residence permit under the Greencard scheme gives you the right to carry out paid or unpaid work. However, a residence permit under the Greencard scheme does not give you the right to work as a self-employed person (run your own business).

If you are a Pakistani national and willing to apply for Denmark Immigration, please EMAIL your Updated CV to us for FREE ASSESSMENT.

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Friday, 31 May 2013

Denmark Green Card Scheme for Pakistanis 2013

Denmark Green Card Scheme, also known as Danish Green Card or Denmark Immigration started in November, 2008. Success rate of Danish Immigration in Pakistan is just 6%.

This scheme is not what people  use to read on official website or by visiting fake consultants whose advertisement are common in every Sunday in Jang and other newspaper. This Scheme is too much different from the criteria mentioned in Official website and advertised by Road and Fake consultants.

Pakistan Nationals should keep in mind that the criteria they read on Danish Immigration Services website is not for them. For Pakistanis, there is separate criteria and fake consultants take benefit of words written on Official Immigration website. So be Careful and Avoid Refusals. 

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Tuesday, 30 April 2013

NEW POLICY OF DENMARK GREEN CARD SCHEME 2013 FOR PAKISTANIS

Denmark Green Card Scheme Immigration - 2013

It is possible to get 3-Years work and residence permit of Denmark on the basis Denmark Immigration 2013 policy, based on points system. It includes points for education, age, work experience, language proficiency and bonus points for being in positive list (professions in high demand). 

These days, few so called consultants are cheating clients by giving wrong assessments of their cases, asking them that they will get the full refund of fee if their case is rejected and thirdly that their Lawyer in Denmark will submit their case directly to Immigration Department.

We are giving you three points to judge your consultant i.e. whether he is genuine or cheating with you:

1. Immigration Services / Department fee is non-refundable. If anybody says that its refundable, he is cheating with you.

2. You can not send your case directly to Immigration Department in Copenhagen, Denmark. According to new policy, applicant have to appear at Danish Embassy in Islamabad for his/her case submission, bio-metrics and facials. So, If anybody says that he or his Lawyer will submit your application directly to Immigration Department, he is mis-guiding you.

3. Regarding eligibility criteria for Pakistanis, please check this table:

Qualifications and Comparability Information

This page lists the Danish Agency for International Education's standards for assessing higher education qualifications from Pakistan. It is a comparison of the overall level of a number of qualifications compared to levels in the Danish education system.

The information is provided as guidance only. The Agency's assessment of any specific qualification may differ from the standards listed below, e.g. due to differences in length or learning outcomes. 
The standards applies from 21 October 2010.

Masters degrees completed in 2007 and later:
Pakistani qualificationDanish level of education
2-year bachelor’s degree + a 2 year master’s degreeA bachelor’s degree
3-year bachelor’s degree + a 2 year master’s degreeA bachelor’s degree plus 1 year of studies at master's level
4-year bachelor’s degree + a 2-year master’s degreeA bachelor’s degree plus 1 year of studies at master's level, possibly a master’s degree if the program includes a thesis
Master of PhilosophyA master's degree
Bachelor degrees completed in 2005 and later:
Pakistani qualificationDanish level of education
Bachelor’s degree, 2 years1 year of a bachelor’s degree
Bachelor’s degree, 3 yearsAn Academy Profession degree or 2 years of a bachelor’s degree
Bachelor’s degree, 4 yearsA bachelor's degree or a professional bachelor's degree
Bachelor degrees completed before 2005:
Pakistani qualificationDanish level of education
Bachelor’s degree, 2 yearsA Danish upper secondary education
Bachelor’s degree, 3 years2 year of a bachelor’s degree
Bachelor’s degree, 4 yearsA bachelor's degree or a professional bachelor's degree
Master degrees completed before 2007:
Pakistani qualificationDanish level of education
2-year bachelor’s degree + a 2-year master’s degreeAn Academy Profession degree or 2 years of a bachelor’s degree
3-year bachelor’s degree + a 2-year master’s degreeA bachelor’s degree plus 1 year of studies at master's level
4-year bachelor’s degree + a 2-year master’s degreeA bachelor’s degree plus 1 year of studies at master's level, possibly a master’s degree if the program includes a thesis
Master of PhilosophyA master's degree
PhD:
Pakistani qualificationDanish level of education
Doctor of Philosophy/PhD degreeIndividual assessment


So next time, follow this policy so that you may not get deceived by any person trying to cheat you. You can also DOWNLOAD FREE GUIDE FOR FREE ASSESSMENT OF YOUR CASE FOR DENMARK GREEN CARD SCHEME IMMIGRATION.

Here is the link to that guide: 



Monday, 1 April 2013

Denmark Green Card Scheme 2013 Made Easy

It is possible to be granted a residence permit for the purpose of seeking work, and subsequently working, in Denmark. A residence and work permit under the Green card scheme is issued on the basis of an individual evaluation using a point system designed to assess the likelihood that the applicant will be able to find qualified work in Denmark. 

If you are granted a residence permit under the Green card scheme, you do not need to obtain a work permit. A residence permit under the Green card scheme gives you the right to carry out paid or unpaid work. However, a residence permit under the Green card scheme does not give you the right to work as a self-employed person (run your own business).




You can be granted a first-time residence permit under the Green card scheme for up to 3 years. Before the end of this period, you can apply for an extension of up to 1 year. Before the end of this period, you can apply for an extension of up to four years.

According to this new policy 2013 of Denmark Immigration, many of the previously highly demanded professions were replaced with new professions.
To Download Updated policy for Denmark Green Card Scheme Immigration 2013, Please CLICK HERE


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Denmark Immigration from Pakistan 2013

Denmark is one of the European Union’s most active members in trying to recruit skilled workers from around the world. Danish economy is mounting and so are the employment options available in the country. With a negligible unemployment rate and millions of people engaged in the labour market, the country surely desires foreign manpower.

It is possible to be granted a residence permit for the purpose of seeking work, and subsequently working, in Denmark. A residence and work permit under the Green card scheme is issued on the basis of an individual evaluation using a point system designed to assess the likelihood that the applicant will be able to find qualified work in Denmark.

According to this new policy 2013 of Denmark Immigration, many of the previously highly demanded professions were replaced with new professions.
To Download Updated policy for Denmark Green Card Scheme Immigration 2013, Please CLICK HERE






For Free Assessment regarding your Case for Denmark Green Card Scheme, Please Email your CV to Us at:Hassan@CareerCounsel.pk