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: 22.08.2018 19:46:31
Just want some advice regarding our situation, under new rule for F.R what if we can't meet the 4 integration.My fiancee have work for 6years til now and im currently au pair and I saw in the integration requirements I need to have work for 3-5 years before and yes I have that but in Singapore as domestic helper for 5 years holding a working permit.I don't have EILTS but I will take the A1 exam nxtmonth.
All the other requirements we can meet.My fiancee has a daughter 8 years old with joint custody from previous relationship do you think we will still pay the guarantee money?
My biggest question is if we apply F.R is there any chance I will get approve?
: 23.08.2018 17:41:13
If your fiancé has a child under 18, with which he has regular visitation every other weekend and subsequent days in holidays, several of the conditions MAY be waived, including the work-condition for you.
: 23.08.2018 18:02:19
Yes they have that agreement which is 2 weekends with us and some holiday also but I'm just worried about the integration which we can't make it 4.
: 24.08.2018 07:40:41
Most of the conditions can be waived, so don’t worry too much.
Just make sure that by the time the child turns 18, you will be able to fulfill all conditions, and try to qualify for permanent residence and citizenship as fast as possible.
: 27.08.2018 14:08:26
What will gonna happen if my fiancee doesn't meet the Danish language requirement?His working full time every day and he don't have time to go school again?Can you help us what we will do?
: 27.08.2018 16:22:43
My fiancee is a Dane does he need to take the Danish exam PD3 for integration requirement?Tak
: 27.08.2018 20:05:03
A Danish person will not need to prove knowledge of Danish. Normal Danish school education will be sufficient.
If your fiancé is naturalized there may be additional conditions. But also the conditions that apply for a naturalized Dane can be waived when that person has a child in Denmark.
: 28.08.2018 14:27:10
Thank you so much