Danish Embassies and Consulates
If you are traveling to Denmark and need a Schengen Visa, you will need to apply via the embassy or consulate in your country of residence. Denmark has around 80 embassies and 123 consulates spread all over the world.
What services do Denmark’s Embassies and Consulates provide?
Denmark’s Embassies and Consulates provide services to foreign nationals including dealing with immigration and asylum issues and encouraging tourism to the country by providing information to potential visitors.
Danish Embassies and Consulates in the U.S., U.K., China, India, Indonesia, Brazil, and Mexico.
Below is a list of the cities where the embassy or consulate is located in major nations. If your home state is not on the list, you can look up the locations of your nearest Danish mission on the website below. In most countries, these will be located in capital cities or major population centers.
Danish foreign ministry website : um.dk/en
Danish Embassies and Consulates in the U.S.
Denmark has consulates in some major cities, with the embassy in Washington D.C. and consulates in New York, Chicago, Palo Alto, Houston, and Boston.
Danish Embassies and Consulates in the U.K.
Denmark has embassies, consulates or vice consulates in the major cities of London, Portsmouth, Southampton, Dover, Plymouth, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Milton Keynes, Liverpool, Manchester, Kingston-upon-Hull (commonly known as Hull), Birmingham, Leeds, Aberdeen, Dundee, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Belfast (Northern Ireland), Stornoway, and Wick. It also has consulates in the overseas territory of Gibraltar.
Danish Embassies and Consulates in China
Denmark has embassies or consulates in the major cities of Beijing, Chongqing, Guangzhou, Shanghai, and Taipei.
Danish Embassies and Consulates in India
Denmark has embassies or consulates in the major cities of Kolkata, Chennai, Mumbai, and New Delhi.
Danish Embassies and Consulates in Indonesia
Denmark has an embassy in Jakarta.
Danish Embassies and Consulates in Brazil
Denmark has an embassy in Brasilia and a consulate in Sao Paulo.
Danish Embassies and Consulates in Mexico
Denmark’s embassy is located in Mexico City.
Do I have to apply for a Danish Visa at an embassy or consulate?
In many countries, Danish Embassy or Consulate officials do not process initial applications or conduct your visa application interview, an essential part of the process where you will submit supporting documents and provide biometric data. The main visa application partner of Denmark is the firm VFS Global - so they may act on the country’s behalf in your nation. They can help arrange your appointment and track your application on behalf of the embassy. Their website : vfsglobal.com/en/individuals/index.html
What if Denmark does not have an embassy or consulate in my country?
Denmark does not have an embassy or consulate in every state, so if there isn’t one in your country, then officials from another Schengen country, or their visa applications partner, such as VFS Global, will act on their behalf.
What does this have to do with travel insurance?
If you plan to apply for a Schengen Visa to Denmark, you need travel and medical cover or your application will be refused, and AXA’s Low Cost Travel Insurance only costs €0.99 ($1.11) per day of your trip and will meet your visa requirements, while the AXA Schengen Europe Travel Insurance offers extended coverage up to costs of €100,000.
Those seeking a multiple-entry visa can purchase the Multi Trip insurance from €298 per year, which again covers you for expenses up to €100,000.
If you are traveling to a country other than Denmark, links to the embassies and consulates of other Schengen Area countries can be found below:
Frequently asked questions about Danish Embassies and Consulates and Schengen Visas
The processing time for a Danish Schengen Visa may take up to 15 days in a normal situation - but could take up to 60 days to be issued in extreme circumstances. You can apply for your visa up to six months before you travel.
Yes. You can appeal if your visa application is refused for most reasons.
Yes. You need to attend an interview to submit and check the supporting documents submitted alongside your Schengen Visa application and to provide biometric data.