Denmark is one of the prominent countries in the world with significant prosperity in geographic and demographic wise. Along with the beautiful landscape, Denmark offers the best education and job opportunities. Many of Indian students travelled to Denmark for higher studies with their spouses. Moving with a spouse needs some guidance in the procedure. To mentor you regarding the process, Ms. Bhumika Shah, our Admission Process Executive has written an instructive blog for you.
Read the blog written by Ms. Shah. You will surely get great insights about study abroad with your spouse.
Being a part of Indian culture, we all are socially and emotionally attached with our family as well as depend on each other, which is why many students give priority to their family when the question of foreign education arises. Many individuals want to study in a foreign institute to reach the second level of success in the life but after marriage due to the other responsibility they get confused and stuck with the questions what will the spouse do once they leave their home country or if they wish to travel along then whether a spouse will be allowed in the country where the individual wish to apply or they have to compromise with their quality of education to ensure that wellbeing of the life partner. I can understand, as a responsible person in the family, one has so many questions that arise in the back of their minds.
So, here I am going to give you some solutions and I am sure this will become helpful to you. In these details, you can find the solutions for the questions like if someone is connected with social life and still wants to study abroad than what will be a win-win situation. It can be if you found your desired course in a country which allows spouse visas as well. Also
What your spouse can do?
Whether your spouse can work there?
What are the benefits for the spouse?
What spouse can earn?
Social life in the country and other things related to a spouse visa.
So, here is the detail of Scandinavian country Denmark which allows the spouse to be a part of the entire education journey, once the individual i.e. the main applicant secures a student visa.
Here I am starting with some information regarding the basic concerns followed by the details regarding spouse visa.
Changing in the Social life
If you are worried about social protection while travelling to a foreign country then let me tell you that you need not to worry about it. Denmark has secured 2nd rank in social protection and it’s the safest country in the world. Denmark has the lowest working hour so due to this you can spend a lot of time with your family. You can take the initiative to organize and get together as the Danish are very friendly. Danes are always charring the streets and enjoy the balanced work-life so that one can focus on the personal goal.
Things that you know before applying for a spouse visa
If you want to invite your spouse to Denmark then you should be living on a legal basis. You must have legal visa permission for a student visa or a work permit visa in Denmark. If you are a student then you must be a full-time student enrolled in the Danish University. Having the proof of relationship, for example, the marriage certificate is mandatory. This document must prove the relation between the main applicant and the spouse that convinces the visa officer.
Documents required for the Spouse visa application
Once the student receives the student visa/work permit visa of Denmark, it is quite suggestible to start the visa application for the spouse. For the visa process of a spouse, the marriage certificate and the birth certificate in case of the child, fully scanned passport, CPR number of the main applicant (The main applicant will receive this number when they reach Denmark), Residence address of the main applicant in Denmark and proof of living expense in the account of the main applicant will be required.
Advantages of a spouse visa in Denmark
Once the spouse reaches Denmark, they can work full-time. There would be great opportunities in the job if you have a good knowledge of the local language i.e. Danish. Moreover, the Danish municipalities provide free coaching for 3 years, if you want to learn Danish. There is a flexible office time in Denmark where one needs to work for 32 hours in a week. Last but not least the embassy interview is not mandatorily conducted in case of spouse visa.
Dwindling the space to become “SUCCEED WE”
If you have applied for the Denmark spouse visa then the spouse does not need to appear for the IELTS. Both individuals have to work for 32 hours only and later can spend time with your loved one and explore your hobbies. Denmark is the country who is known for the theme party that is occasionally organized at the workplace and in universities so if you are living with your spouse you can explore the theme party. So, simply you can say if you choose Denmark with your spouse you will become “SUCCESSIVE WE”. And successive we can always enjoy their life even in a totally different country.
The average salary in Denmark
Experience is the most important thing if you want the increment or promotion in Denmark. The average salary that one can earn in Denmark is 18,500 DKK. You will receive 9% of increment every 15 months.
Spouse Work permit Extension
If a spouse starts working on their individual profile as well then you can apply for the work permit extension. If your workplace is offering the 6 months of the additional period in the same job as well as for the same position then you can apply for the work permit extension. You can extend your work permit by the fast track method, in which you have to work in the same workplace, but the job content should be different, and it should be more updated than your previous position. You cannot apply for the new job during your extension period.
Things to keep in mind to avoid delay in the spouse visa
If you have applied for the spouse visa then you need to keep in mind the below-mentioned points to avoid delay
Spouse and the main applicant must know the list of documents that are required to make a strong profile.
Ready required fund for the showcase of living expense in the main applicant’s account.
Please apply for the CPR no. as soon as possible once you reach Denmark.
The required documents like a marriage certificate or birth certificate should be readily available.
Make a payment of immigration fees as soon as possible.
Interview preparation (If required).
So, the student now should not worry about your family responsibility and your beloved culture because Edugo Abroad team offers you this option where you can enjoy your family time, enjoy your hobbies, always feel safe, enjoy the great life and the culture similar to our Indian culture. Edugo Abroad is the leading overseas education consultant for foreign education. Please come and contact us to achieve your goal and convert your dream into reality.