Aalborg, Denmark 11th, 12th & 13th October 2017



Denmark is a Schengen country. Under normal circumstances, visas issued by Danish embassies are valid in all Schengen countries: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherland, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.

Do I need Visa?
Foreign nationals wishing to visit Denmark for a brief period sometimes need to acquire a visa. To see whether nationals from your country require a visa to visit Denmark see the New to Denmark website.

Who processes visa applications?
Visa applications are processed by the Danish Immigration Service in cooperation with Danish embassies abroad. Visa applications can be submitted at all Danish embassies and at some consulate generals and consulates. Danish honorary consulte generals and honorary consulates do not issue visas, however, in some cases they have permission to receive visa applications and send them to the relevant Danish embassy for processing.

In some countries, Denmark has entered into an agreement with other Schengen countries and these countries' embassies process Danish visa applications on Denmarks behalf. The following cities are covered by such agreements: Representation agreements

Practical information regarding visa applications
A joint EU application form and a supplementary Danish form are available from New to Denmark website. You can also collect and submit application forms from/to the relevant embassy/consulate.

You will be required to submit photographs providing a good likenessof yourself and documentation proving the purpose of your visit - normally an invitation.

For further information about the visa application process we recommend that you visit the website of the embassy in question as some embassies make specific documentation requirements.

How long will it take to process my application?
Under certain circumstances, Danish embassies and consulates can make visa issuance decisions independently. Whether this is the case determined by the applicant's nationality, the purpose of their visit and other attendant circumstances. Danish embassies and consulates will normally be able to process your application within a few days of receiving it. Some applications are referred to the Danish Immigratrion Service for approval and, given this, it's important that you submit your application well in advance of your visit as under such circumstances it will take longer to process your application.

The organisers of DanFish International will ONLY issue invites to visitors with whom the organisers are already familiar. DanFish International is open to the public and everyone is welcome to visit it, however, gennerally spekaing, visitors should not expect to receive assistance in making their visa application.

Link to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Denmark website