Denmark

https://www.nyidanmark.dk/en-us/coming_to_dk/visa/Visa_free_travel.htm

Citizens of certain countries are entitled to stay in Denmark for 90 days, regardless of stays in other Schengen countries

Citizens of Australia, Canada, Chile, Israel, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea and the US can freely enter and stay in Denmark for up to 90 days in any 180-day period, regardless of whether they have stayed in another Schengen country prior to entry into Denmark. The 90 days are counted from the entry date into Denmark or another Nordic country. If you have previously spent time in Denmark or another Nordic country within the previous 180 days, that time will be deducted from the 90-day maximum.


Sent: 27 September 2016 15:38
To: Canberra
Subject: FW: Bilateral visa waiver agreement between Australia and Denmark

Hello

Can you please confirm if the attached bilateral visa waiver agreement between Australia and Denmark is current, for Australian citizens and passport holders.

Re:

Australian Treaty Series 1952 No 3

DEPARTMENT OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRSCANBERRA

Exchange of Notes constituting an Agreement between the Government of Australia and the Government of Denmark regarding Visas and Visa Fees

If so, please explain the rules and regulations for Australian citizens.

Please confirm if this can be used as additional time to the Schengen 90 out of 180 days visa.

Thank you

Kind regards

Sent: Wednesday, 28 September 2016 10:19 AM
Subject: FW: Bilateral visa waiver agreement between Australia and Denmark

Dear

 

Thank you for your e-mail.

 

You can find all relevant information regarding visa free travel for Australian citizens to Denmark via this link: https://www.nyidanmark.dk/en-us/coming_to_dk/visa/Visa_free_travel.htm – Please note the section at the bottom of the page on the link.

Visa-free travel Citizens of certain countries do not require a visa to enter Denmark. Conditions. If you are travelling visa-free, you will normally be permitted to …

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Australian Treaty Series 1952 No 3

DEPARTMENT OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS

CANBERRA

Exchange of Notes constituting an Agreement between the Government of Australia and the Government of Denmark regarding Visas and Visa Fees(Canberra, 1 May 1952)Entry into force: 1 May 1952AUSTRALIAN TREATY SERIES1952 No. 3

Australian Government Publishing ServiceCanberra

(c) Commonwealth of Australia 1997


[Note from the Australian Minister for External Affairs to the Chargé d’Affaires ad interim for Denmark]

IDepartment of External Affairs

Canberra

1 May 1952

Mr F H Hergel

Chargé d’Affairs ad interim

The Royal Danish Legation

56 Hunter Street

SYDNEY

Sir

I have the honour to refer to previous correspondence concerning visas and visa fees, and to inform you that the Government of the Commonwealth of Australia is prepared to conclude with the Government of Denmark, an agreement in the following terms:

(1) Danish citizens, possessing valid Danish passports, who desire to enter Australia whether temporarily or permanently, and whose entry into Australia has been approved, will receive visas for Australia, free of charge, from the appropriate visa issuing authority; such visas, in the case of Danish citizens proceeding to Australia for purposes other than permanent residence will be made valid for a period of twelve months, and good for an unlimited number of journeys to Australia within that period.

(2) Australian citizens, possessing valid Australian passports, who desire to enter Denmark as bona fide non-immigrants may enter Denmark for periods of less than three months without obtaining a visa. Notwithstanding the foregoing a special permit must, however, be obtained by any Australian citizen, who having resided in Denmark for a total period of three months within any period of six months, desires to re-enter Denmark within less than three months of his previous departure from that country.

(3) The present agreement shall take effect forthwith.

(4) Either party, at any time may give to the other party written notice of its desire to terminate the agreement. The agreement shall be terminated three months after the date of such notice.

Notwithstanding the foregoing, it is understood:

(a) That the abovementioned provisions do not exempt Australian citizens from the necessity of obtaining visas for admission to the Faroe Islands and Greenland, whether entering in transit or otherwise.

(b) That the abovementioned provisions do not exempt Danish citizens entering Australia, and Australian citizens entering Denmark from the necessity of complying with the Australian and Danish laws and regulations concerning the entry, residence whether temporary or permanent, and employment of aliens; and

(c) That travellers who are unable to satisfy the respective immigration authorities that they comply with the laws and regulations referred to in the immediately preceding subparagraph, are liable to be refused permission to enter or land.

If the abovementioned provisions are acceptable to your Government, I have the honour to propose that the present Note, and your confirmatory reply thereto, be deemed to constitute and evidence the agreement reached between our two Governments.

I have the honour to be, Sir, Your obedient servant.

[Signed:]

R G CASEY

Minister for External Affairs


[Note from the Chargé d’Affaires ad interim for Denmark, Canberra, to the Australian Minister for External Affairs]

IIRoyal Danish Legation

Canberra

1 May 1952

The Rt. Hon R G Casey CH, DSO, MC, MP

Minister for External Affairs

CANBERRA

Sir

I have the honour to acknowledge receipt of your Note of today’s date regarding visas and visa fees in which you inform me that the Government of the Commonwealth of Australia is prepared to conclude an agreement with the Government of Denmark in the following terms:

[Here follows text as printed under I.]I am authorised by the Danish Government to state that the Danish Government agrees to the foregoing provisions and to the suggestion that your Note and this reply should be regarded as constituting and evidencing the agreement reached between our two Governments.

I have the honour to be, Sir, Your obedient servant,

[Signed:]

F HENNING HERGEL

Chargé d’Affaires ai

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