Danish Parliament Decides to Do Away with the Green Card Project



The Danish parliament decided to scrap of the green card scheme in June 2016 that had been undergoing problems for a number of months. However, applicants that were already in the country under this program were given time for which they had to comply with new rules put in place. A new bill voted into law also ensured that existing holders were not discriminated hence giving them a chance to apply for extensions and family visas under the existing laws.

The amendments made to the final bill were put in place after demonstrations were held by green card holders who demanded that their views be heard. This made it possible for professionals working in the country to remain with their children and families, hence would not break the future that they had planned. Current green card holders are therefore the biggest beneficiaries of the new law which allows them and their children to stay and continue their studies in Denmark.

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