If you are a citizen of one of the
following countries, you must have a
visa in order to enter Denmark.
If you do need a visa, then please contact Horia Cornean
at email@example.com as soon as
possible in order to get an official invitation to ICMP12.
The visa application procedure is explained in detail here.
Note that the processing time can be up to three months! Also check
the local embassy's website to find out whether there are any
country-specific requirements, and which documentation you need to
In some countries where Denmark does not have an embassy, an
agreement has been made with another Schengen country to handle
visa applications on behalf of Denmark. Here is a
list of countries with representation agreements with
When you apply for a visa, you should have on you the
- A signed, completed
- A passport or other valid travel document. Your passport/travel
document must be valid for at least three months after your planned
departure date. Moreover, your passport/travel document must have
been issued within the past ten years and must have at least two
- A passport photo measuring 35mm x 45mm. The distance from your
chin to the top of your head should measure between 30mm and 36mm.
The photograph should bear a close resemblance to your current
appearance and you should be facing the camera directly.
- Payment of visa processing fee (typically €60)
- Relevant documentation, such as information about the reason
for the trip, proof that you have available accommodation, proof
that you have sufficient means at your disposal to cover your
living expenses as well as your travel home. You should also
include information that will allow immigration authorities to
determine whether you plan to leave the Schengen region when
your visa expires
- Proof that you have travel insurance. The policy must be valid
throughout the Schengen region for the entire visa period. Minimum
coverage must be €30,000.