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af Hopeful
13.03.2019 09:55:58
Forum: Ægtefællesammenføring efter danske regler
Emne: Invitationsblanket - Visum
Svar: 1
Visninger: 331

Re: Invitationsblanket - Visum

what does your husband do in Pakistan?
if he is having a job or he is a student , document his vacation leave it will give you a plus point.
af Hopeful
29.01.2019 16:12:02
Forum: IN ENGLISH
Emne: visit visa for 2 year old
Svar: 0
Visninger: 475

visit visa for 2 year old

hello,
Is there anyone who applied visit visa for 2 year old kid from group number 5 and got a positive answer?
af Hopeful
09.12.2018 10:11:19
Forum: IN ENGLISH
Emne: 2 years old visa
Svar: 14
Visninger: 1250

Re: 2 years old visa

It would have been the wisest to apply for your daughter's family reunion together with you wife's, but I understand that you thought it would not be necessary. I would really advice against taking the chance that the passport police would not notice that your daughter left DK without a passport mo...
af Hopeful
08.12.2018 21:42:34
Forum: IN ENGLISH
Emne: 2 years old visa
Svar: 14
Visninger: 1250

Re: 2 years old visa

That is probably the best way to do it. Do you and your wife now qualify for family reunion? If so, both of them should be able to get visa. Good luck with the process. My wife is waiting for her answer. (hope she will get a visa in a month) Me and my 6 year old son is already in Denmark. I have ju...
af Hopeful
08.12.2018 21:13:23
Forum: IN ENGLISH
Emne: 2 years old visa
Svar: 14
Visninger: 1250

Re: 2 years old visa

No, she no longer has permanent residence; according to Danish law a permanent residence is as a main rule only permanent if you stay in Denmark. In some cases it is possible to keep it, but your daughter has been out of Denmark for much longer than three months "in a way that has a negative effect...
af Hopeful
08.12.2018 18:45:59
Forum: IN ENGLISH
Emne: 2 years old visa
Svar: 14
Visninger: 1250

Re: 2 years old visa

This is the rule that applies: "If you have a permanent residence permit it will also lapse, if you no longer have a residence in Denmark and leave Denmark or if you leave Denmark for more than 12 months in a row. However, a residence permit for a child under 18 will lapse after 3 months, if the ch...
af Hopeful
07.12.2018 19:18:56
Forum: Visum
Emne: Besøg Visum
Svar: 1
Visninger: 471

Besøg Visum

kan en 2 årig baby få et besøgs visum fra land i kategori 5?
af Hopeful
07.12.2018 12:30:07
Forum: IN ENGLISH
Emne: 2 years old visa
Svar: 14
Visninger: 1250

Re: 2 years old visa

Sorry, but you did not specify that you are not a Danish citizen. In this case your daughter will need a visa. Her residence permit has become invalid because she left Denmark and has been out of DK for more than 6 months. She must get a passport and apply for visa, just like her mother. No, I am n...
af Hopeful
07.12.2018 12:21:51
Forum: IN ENGLISH
Emne: 2 years old visa
Svar: 14
Visninger: 1250

Re: 2 years old visa

Sorry, but you did not specify that you are not a Danish citizen. In this case your daughter will need a visa. Her residence permit has become invalid because she left Denmark and has been out of DK for more than 6 months. She must get a passport and apply for visa, just like her mother. No, she is...
af Hopeful
06.12.2018 15:33:52
Forum: IN ENGLISH
Emne: 2 years old visa
Svar: 14
Visninger: 1250

Re: 2 years old visa

If your 2-year old daughter is your biological child, she is a Danish citizen and as such does not need permission to enter and/or live in DK. This rule applies regardless of whether you and her mother were married or not. Did your daughter not get a Danish passport? How did she get out of DK? Than...
af Hopeful
05.12.2018 19:44:43
Forum: IN ENGLISH
Emne: 2 years old visa
Svar: 14
Visninger: 1250

2 years old visa

hello helping people! My 2.3 years old daughter was born in denmark. Unfortunately her mother denied for family reunification when she was 5 months old so she leaves the country with her mother, she got her Permanent residence card after a month. The thing is Now her mother is quite hopeful that she...