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Denmark is one of the options when people think about moving to a new country for a better life. You can not count the many benefits of living in Denmark. It’s just the place you can build the future you want. You will find out how to immigrate and live in Denmark as an IT engineer through this page of the Visa Library.

What are the requirements to immigrate and work in Denmark as an IT engineer?

Not every IT engineer can move to Denmark. The point is that you can work on your conditions and change them to be qualified. Some factors are in your control, and you can change them, but some are not.

You have to fulfill some requirements to be qualified; then, you can immigrate and work in  Denmark as an IT engineer. You might have to achieve other requirements.

These items are needed when you want to move to Denmark as an IT engineer. The point is that you need them if you want to immigrate as other types of IT engineers like;

  • IT managers,
  • IT technicians.
  • IT support specialist.
  • IT security specialist
  • IT director
  • Other IT jobs.

These items are needed for your occupation.

An educational degree as an IT engineer.

You often need a university degree to work as an IT manager. There are various reasons for it. The first one is that you need academic education as it provides you with some basic required knowledge in the IT world. You might not be able to get this knowledge or information with work experience.

Also, employers might require you to have a university degree. It shows that you have been in the field of IT from the beginning.

Moreover, there are different types of Denmark work permits. You will get familiar with them in the below section. The stream you apply through might require a university degree from you.

The other reason is that a university degree fills the gap in your background. Danish officials want to know what you have done in the past 10 years before they let you in the country.

It’s due to security measures and ensuring that you truly want to work in the country. A university degree is a good justification for your background and resume.

But, it’s not that you can immigrate and work in Denmark as an IT engineer without a degree. You might be able to do it if you have a profound resume. Also, if you can persuade the employer and get the job offer, a big part of the process is done. So, read the other factors and see if you can change your conditions.

Work experience.

This is one of the most important requirements to immigrate to Denmark as an IT engineer. There are several reasons that you need work experience.

The first one is that you need work experience to prove you can work as an IT engineer. There are various things you can only learn through work experience. Also, soft skills can be learned and practiced through working with people. Remember that European companies look for soft skills besides hard skills. The first one often outweighs the second one.

Also, you need work experience to convince the Danish employer to hire you. As you will see in the below section, the first step to moving to Denmark as an IT professional is to get a job offer from a company or employer in the country.

While you look for a job as an IT engineer, there will be a few interviews with the Danish company. You have to pass one or two technical interviews and then the HR team. They will ask you questions, and you can only answer them by having work experience. They are experts in the field and know if you are lying or truly have the work experience. You need to have worked hard and experienced a few thighs to handle the interview and prove you have the required work experience.

Moreover, the work experience proves your background to the Danish immigration officials. They make sure you can work as an IT engineer, have the required skills, and have a genuine purpose for visiting.

Remember that you need proof of your work experience and can not claim to have a few years with this company without any proof. The work contract you have with the company, pay slips, or other documents received from them can prove it.

Language proficiency.

This requirement is flexible and is up to the job offer you get. While you are looking for a position as an IT engineer, try to find out what the language requirement is. Does the employer want you to speak Danish or not?

But, you might be able to get a job offer with English language proficiency as well. T’s up to the position and its requirements.

The point is that you have a better chance of getting the job offer if you are fluent in Danish. You would better work on your language proficiency right after you decide to move to Denmark. The better your Danish, the higher your chance of getting the job offer.

A job offer.

The first obstacle you have to pass to immigrate to Denmark as an IT engineer is getting a job offer from a Danish company. It’s a must to get a job offer, and you have no other choice. There is no alternative way to skip this step.

There must be a Danish employer willing to hire you so you can move to the country. Aso, Danish officials must permit you to enter the country.

How to find a job offer as an IT engineer in Denmark?

There are various ways you can use to find a job in the country. You will get familiar with them in the section below. Use one, two, or a combination of them to find a job and an employer willing to hire you. Remember, there might be thousands of people who want to move to Denmark, and you are competing with them. In fact, you are competing with the best of the best. It’s an area with experienced Gladiators who are ready to kill you to win the battle. So you have to prepare yourself.

Employment contract.

After you find a job offer and pass the interviews, you have to sign an employment contract with the Danish company. It’s one of the supporting documents to apply for a work permit.

Signing the work contract is a must, and there is no alternative to it. It must cover all of the aspects of your employment and details.

You can read more about the work contract in the below section. But, you would better find further information about a contract, rules, regulations and the obligation. Also, find out what terms and conditions you have to fill in. Moreover, determine what you have to do under it.

The more information you have about the contract, the better.

Danish work permit.

The final requirement is a work permit to work in Denmark as an IT engineer. It is the authorization to work in Denmark as a non-EU national. You should know that EU and Switzerland nationals do not need a work permit to work in Denmark. But the non-EU nationals need it.

If an EU employer wants to bring a non-EU worker to the country, he/she must advertise the position in his/her country, then the EU. If the employee can not find a skilled person, then he/she can bring the IT engineer to the country.

Often there is no need to advertise the job position as the occupation is on shortage of skilled workers. These occupations are highly needed in the EU, and the authorities let the employer bring the skilled workers without advertising the position.

Work permits might have different names. For instance, it gets called LMIA in Canada and Employment Authorization Document” or work permit in the U.S.

How to immigrate and work in Denmark as an IT engineer

Do you need a work visa to immigrate and work in Denmark as an IT engineer?

The answer is up to your nationality. First, you should know that you need a work permit to work in Denmark. It’s permission to work in the country as a foreigner. But EU nationals do not need a work permit to work in the country.

If you are a non-EU national, you need a work permit. It the Danish government permission to work as a foreigner in the country. You will get familiar with the process of applying for a work permit in the below section.

After you get the work permit, you need a work visa. It’s permission to enter Denmark.

How to immigrate and work in Denmark as an IT engineer?

You have to follow these steps or procedures to immigrate to Denmark as an IT engineer;

Determine if you are eligible or not.

Knowledge is power is true in this case. Before you take any steps, determine if you are qualified to immigrate to Denmark as an IT manager. There are requirements and eligibility principles that you must fulfill. Look at the above section to know them.

Also, the procedure you have to follow might become a bit long and tedious. You have to find out whether you are capable of going through it or not. If yes, that’s fine, and you can begin the stages. If not, what can you do to change your conditions and achieve the eligibility principles?

Look for a job offer as an IT engineer with a Danish employer.

The beginning step is to find a job offer as an It engineer with a Danish employer. This is the milestone of your application. There is no alternative, and you can not skip it.

It’s a must to find a job or an employer willing to hire you. Danish authorities need to know that your occupation is needed in the country. Then, they decide to issue the work permit and let you in the country.

How to find a job in Denmark as an IT engineer?

There are various ways you can find a job in Denmark. You have to use one, two, or all of them to find a job. Take a look at these ways in this section;

Visiting Denmark to find a job as an IT engineer.

Yes, you can visit the country to find a job as an IT engineer. But there is no job seeker visa like in Germany. There are two cases with entering Denmark.

There are a few countries that need and do not need a Denmark visa for the short term. Some countries are exempt from visitor visas, and they can enter the country with their passport. Countries like these ones are on this list;

  • the US,
  • Japan,
  • Israel,
  • South Korea,
  • Brazil,
  • etc.

If you are a national of them and have a valid passport from one of them, you can visit the country with your passport. You may stay for 90 days, and it must be enough to find a job.

If you are not among the visa-exempted countries, you have to apply for a Denmark tourist visa or visitor visa to enter the country. It doesn’t permit you to work but just visit the country’s attractions and friends or families. But you can use it to look for a job.

While you apply for a tourist visa, you would better not mention that you want to find a job in the country. After you find the job, you might have to leave the country or might be able to apply from inside Denmark.

You can send resumes and apply for job positions and have a face-face interview.

An in-person interview would increase the possibility of getting the job offer. Also, you might be able to work for a limited time and under authorities’ observance to prove your work experience and skills.

But, you have no permission to work while you are under the visa-waiver program. It’s illegal, and there are heavy consequences for it. After you get the job offer, you might have to leave the country and apply for a work permit. You might be able to apply from inside the country. Your employer will guide you on this.

Look for a job offer through online websites.

Some websites advertise vaccines in your home country, and you know them. But some websites advertise job positions in foreign countries and Denmark. You can look for a job through them. Send resumes and apply for them.

Here is a list of these websites;

  • WorkwithUS.dk
  • Jobnet. dk
  • job.jobnet.dk
  • IT-Jobbank. Dk
  • CareerJet.dk
  • jobsincopenhagen.com/
  • OFiR.dk
  • Jobindex. dk
  • Stepstone. dk
  • Sydjob.dk
  • LinkedIn

Prepare a well-designed resume and include all of your achievements and work experience in it. Search through these websites and find a position as an IT engineer.

The employers will look at your resume and reach you if they find you qualified. This is the stage where your background and resume determine whether you can get a job or not. If you have profound work experience, Danish language proficiency, and the skills they want, you are likely to get the offer.

After the employers reach you, you have to pass interviews and answer their questions. Then you have to sign an employment contract.

Get help from recruitment agencies.

Some agencies are built to help foreign people find a job in Denmark and Europe. You can get help from them.

The decision to use this option is to your preferences. It’s completely up to you.

If you are wondering where to find such employment agencies, this is a list you can use;

  • Agelix Consulting LLC
  • Lordstone Corporation
  • Huxley Associates
  • Chronos Consulting
  • Approach People Recruitment
  • MAS Recruiting
  • European Recruitment
  • Hoffman and Associates
  • Hasselhoff Recruiter
  • Tiger Recruitment
  • Alderwick Consulting Limited
  • CareersinEurope
  • EMEA Recruitment
  • Antal International
  • Computer People
  • Euro London Appointments
  • Kelly Services
  • Ajilon Recruiting
  • Hays
  • Purcon Recruiting
  • Michael Page
  • Randstad
  • Artemis Solutions – Talent Search
  • Adecco
  • Expertise Recruitment
  • Manpower

It’s a pretty long list. But you have to spend time and care about the process. Visit their website and try to find information about their rules, regulations, and how they can help you. Also, you have to find out whether you can afford the cost of finding a job. They charge you a few and determine if you can pay it or not.

Moreover, you would better do research about them and try to figure out which one is better. It’s a sample list, and picking one is up to you. Read online reviews, see what their clients say about them, and ask friends and colleagues about them.

You can ask questions and get people’s opinions on websites like LinkedIn and Quora to know them better.

Friends and colleagues in Denmark.

If you have some friends or ex-coworkers in Denmark, ask them to introduce you to employers. It’s quite common, and there is nothing wrong with it.

If the employers need you, they will reach out and have an interview. If everything goes right, they will hire you.

Sign a work contract with the Danish company.

After you find the job offer and reach an agreement with the employer, you have to sign an employment contract with the company. It’s one of the supporting documents to apply for a work permit.

It must contain every aspect of your employment and hold all the details. These are some of the items you can include in the contract;

  • Job title
  • Duties
  • Salary or hourly rate
  • Raises, bonuses, incentive opportunities
  • Company stock options
  • Role requirements
  • Job description
  • Team & department assignment
  • Skill requirements
  • Health benefits
  • investment/retirement plans
  • Bonuses
  • Location of the job.
  • The date it will begin and end.
  • Etc.

Include every detail and relevant information. If it’s in Danish or English and your language proficiency is not that good to understand, have it translated by a verified translation office in your home country.

Also, you can get help from your lawyer in understanding its terms and conditions. If you agree to all of the terms and it’s done by your employer, both of you have to sign it. Then send it to the employer or submit it along with the rest of the documents to SIRI. You will learn about SIRI in the below section.

Find the right type of Denmark work visa.

There are a few types of Denmark work visas that let you work in the country as a foreigner. When you enter the Danish Immigration Service and the Danish Agency for International Recruitment and Integration’s (SIRI) website, you will find a few options;

  • Fast track scheme, a job offer by a Danish company approved by SIRI. You will start quickly and want a flexible work permit.
  • Pay limit scheme. A job offer with a DKK 465.000 salary per year.
  • Positive list. A job offer that the occupation is on the list of shortage and in-demand ones.
  • Special individual qualification. A job offer as a person that you have the specialty to do it.

Your employer and terms of employment help to find which one is right for you. You can find more information about each one of them on the SIRI website.

Applying for a work visa to the SIRI website.

Either you or the employer has to complete the application process on the SIRI website. As I told you, there are various options, and you have to pick one of them to enter and complete the procedures.

Gather the supporting documents.

Each work visa type has a list of supporting documents that you have to gather. You must collect all of them and submit them to the officials.

Here is a sample list of documents you have to gather:

  • Receipt of paid application fee.
  • A copy of all of your passport pages.
  • Proof of having enough money to pay for the basic costs in Denmark.
  • Insurance. It must be worth 30.000 EUR and valid in the EU and Schengen Area.
  • Two photos according to the EU rules. They must be passport-sized with a white background.
  • Power of attorney. You need this if your employer is gonna complete the application process on your behalf. This form must be completed and signed.
  • A Copy of the work contract. It must clarify everything, including your income.
  • Covid-19 vaccination certificate
  • Your Educational certificates.

The SIRI website provides a checklist of documents that you have to collect.

Then you must complete the online application form.

Note: in case the original documents are not in English or Danish, you have to have them translated into one of these languages.

The translation must be conducted by a verified translation office with the following:

  • Stamp
  • Signature
  • Address
  • Telephone number
  • Letterhead

Be careful that the translation office must be verified by the related authorities in your home country. You can not find a freelance from Insrtanagam and have your documents translated by him/her.

Create case order ID.

You must create a Case Order ID on the SIRI website at this stage. After you enter the website, you will see a series of options. These are the work visa options that you must choose one of them.

As an IT professional, you have to pick the one that suits your conditions.

Then you have to create a case order ID. It’s like creating an account on the SIRI website.

. You have to insert the below information to create it:

  • Personal names.
  • Passport number.
  • Email address.

Be careful to include the right information. They must be according to your documents. The names must be written like your documents and passport. Pay attention to including the numbers right and according to the order.

You also have to pay a fee of DKK 1,890. It might change in the future, and you might have to pay a higher fee. After you receive the case order ID, you have to pay the fee for processing. Prepare your credit or debit card to pay it after completing the empty sections. After you pay the fees, you have to keep the receipt or a screenshot of the payment as you have to submit it along with the rest of the supporting documents.

 Complete the application form.

At this stage, you have to complete the application form. You have two options;

  • Paper application form
  • Online application form.

If you complete the online application form, the process will speed up, and you will get the results faster. The application form is provided in the SIRI link a few lines back.

You can also complete the paper application form. The PDF and Word formats are available on the SIRI website.

You will get instructions on how to complete the application forms on the SIRI website and the forms. Just complete the related sections and include the relevant information.

Now you have to complete the application form. There are two options; online and paper application forms.

The online application form is faster and will be processed quickly. It outweighs the paper application form. The SIRI link in the above section provides you with the link to the online and paper application form. You just have to go through the section that suits you, and it will lead to the online application form.

There are detailed instructions on how to complete the application forms. You need the Case order Id number and the receipt of paid application to complete the application form.

Submit the application form.

You have to submit the application form after completing it. In case you complete the online application form, it will be submitted automatically.

But if you pick the paper application form, you have to complete and submit it to the Danish embassy, consulate, or visa center in your home country, plus the rest of the documents.

You can find where to submit the documents from this link.

Submit your biometrics to the Danish officials.

After you complete the previous procedures, you have to submit your biometrics to the Danish officials, your fingerprints, and your photo.

Remember that you only have 14 days to submit them after you complete the application form and get your Case Order ID. If you can not submit your biometrics or an issue occurs for you, you have to inform the SIRI officials and submit the biometrics as soon as possible.

You have to submit the biometrics to the Danish embassy, consulate, or a visa center responsible for diplomatic matters in your home country.

You can also apply for a work permit from inside Denmark. If it’s so, you can submit your biometrics to one of the SIRI offices in the city you are living.

Processing and receiving the results.

After you submit your biometrics, you have to wait to receive a response from the SIRI officials. The processing time can take from one week to three months, and it’s not determined how long it will take.

If the result is positive and they have approved your application, the SIRI officials will inform you to get your permit and visa. Now you can immigrate and work in Denmark as an IT engineer. Your work permit is valid for the duration of your employment contract. But if it’s not that valid, you can extend it as long as you have an employment contract.

In case the SIRI decision is negative, they reject your application. They will inform you of the negative results and explain why. You can work on the application, remove the obstacles and apply again.

This is why you have to work on your application and gather a full and complete list of documents. Also, your background and the purpose of your visit must be clear.

Is there another way to immigrate and work in Denmark as an IT engineer?

Getting a job offer from a Danish company r employer is one way to immigrate to the country as an IT engineer. But there is another way.

This way is a bit safer, but you must have the resources and meet the eligibility principles. It’s to study IT or a related subject at one of the Danish universities.

After you complete your studies at a Danish university, you can look for a job and get a job offer from an employer. If you manage to sign an employment contract with the employer, you can apply for a work permit. It lets you stay in Denmark for the duration of the contract and extend it as long as you are qualified.

These are the steps you have to follow to get a student visa and complete your education in Denmark.

Find an IT program at a Danish university.

For the first steps, you have to find a Danish university that offers an It subject or a related program. Determine which universities offer such a course.

This is a list of Danish universities that offer an IT course;

  • VIA University College
  • University College Lillebælt / UCL University College
  • IT University of Copenhagen
  • University College Lillebælt / UCL University College

Fulfill the university requirements and get admission.

After you find a related program, determine the admission requirements and try to fulfill them:

  • Danish or English language proficiency certificate.
  • GPA
  • Latest educational certificate
  • Admission fee.
  • Transcript
  • A proposal
  • Sample of writing.
  • SOP (Statement of Purpose).

Apply to the university and get admission. After you receive the admission letter, you can apply for a Denmark student visa.

Apply for a student visa.

You have to gather the supporting documents for a Denmark student visa. Then complete the application form on the SIRI website. A University Admission letter is one of them and is the first document that you have to get.

Then you have to submit your documents and biometrics to the Danish embassy/consulate in your home country. They process the application and decide whether to issue the student visa or not.

You can find more information about the Denmark student visa in the Visa Library article. Also, you can watch the video on the YouTube channel.

Complete your studies in Denmark; get a work permit.

You have to complete your education in Denmark and achieve your certificate. In the meantime, you have to fulfill the national law and obey the rules. Then you have to look for a job as an IT engineer.

After you find a job, you have to sign an employment contract with a Danish employer. After that, you have to apply for a work permit from inside Denmark. When you receive your work permit, you may stay in Denmark and work as an IT engineer.

Your work permit will be valid for the duration of your contract. But you can extend it as long as you have a contract with a Danish employer.

Immigrant IT engineers’ salaries in Denmark.

Your salary as an IT engineer in Denmark is up to several factors. You can not expect to earn the same as an experienced IT engineer. It’s not like employers can abuse you or pay you less than the average salary. The rules are strict, and the government supports the employees.

But this section brings you the average salary.

According to Glassdoor, the average salary of an IT engineer in Copenhagen is about DKK 72,000 ($10442) per month.

According to Payscale, the average salary is about DKK 493.000 ($71.000) per year.

This is while that, according to Salary Explorer, the average salary of an IT engineer in Denmark is about DKK34,300 ($4931) per month. The salary range begins from DKK 10,900 ($1580),  which is the lowest payment, and goes up to DKK 72,600 ($10529) per month, which is the highest payment.

While you look for a job offer on websites, you can see the offered salary. Also, the type of engineer you are is a determining factor in your salary. Look at the below table to know the difference and job titles.

Job titleSalary
Acoustics EngineerDKK 33,000
CAD Design EngineerDKK 37,700
Controls EngineerDKK 35,600
Electrical EngineerDKK 37,900
Energy EngineerDKK 37,100
Engineering Chief DesignerDKK 38,700
Environmental EngineerDKK 36,400
Highway EngineerDKK 35,200

What are the best cities to immigrate and work in Denmark as an IT engineer?

The answer to this question is a bit complicated. One can not name the best cities for a particular job. It’s pointless to look for a job position in only one or a few cities.

You would better get some information about the Danish cities;

  • Population,
  • Weather,
  • Job Prospects
  • Cost of Living
  • Housing Market.
  • Proximity to Family & Friends.
  • Amenities.
  • Social and Professional Networks
  • Etc.

These factors help you decide the city you want to live in. Then, you can look for a job position in these countries or think more about a position there.

But, if you are looking for a job for the first time, you might not have many options. You might have to get the first job offer. The point is to get to Denmark, and after finishing the contract with the first employer, you can look for a job in the city you want.

You have a better chance of finding a job in large cities. This is a list of the largest cities in Denmark and help you make a better decision.

  • Copenhagen
  • Aarhus
  • Odense
  • Aalborg
  • Esbjerg
  • Kolding
  • Horsens
  • Randers
  • Vejle
  • Herning

What are the benefits of immigration to Denmark as an IT engineer?

You have googled how to immigrate and live in Denmark as an IT engineer. So you are looking for something. You already know that living in Denmark provides benefits for you. There is a reason that you want to immigrate to Denmark.

There might be cons to living in Denmark, too, but you want to move there for the better. You have already made your decision. So this section brings you some of the good aspects of living in Demark. You will ensure you have made the right choice.

A work-life balance with a working less approach.

The total hours of working in a week are 37.5 hours in Denmark. People in Denmark work less than in other parts of the world. This is because they care about boat fun and family more than work. Efficiency and quality of work are important, but it’s not that you will be staying in the office until 8 p.m.

The government subsidizes the children’s daycare, and you can pick them up at 3 p.m. or 4 p.m. if you are at the office at 5.01 p.m, you will find an empty haunted place.

But forget to get to work late; Danish people are on time at work, and you will hardly find anyone going to work late.

Efficiency is essential to the mand they work best during the working hours.

Friendly cost public healthcare.

You can not say that public healthcare is free in Denmark. But you will not pay a lot for it, and it’s reasonably priced. The government pays a big part of the medical care, and you do not have to spend a lot on it.

You will not have to worry about filling out the forms or red tape. After you arrive, you will receive a card and it’s to use all the public facilities, from a hospital visit to the library.

Don’t worry about taking care of your children.

You don’t have to worry that you or your partner go to work and take care of the child. The government has planned it well, and they have created subsidized childcare. The staff takes care of the children, and you will have nothing to worry about.

The amount you have to pay for these daycares is up to the city you live in. you pay more in large cities like Copenhagen. The more child you have, the higher you have to pay.

There is nothing wrong with using these daycares. The culture has accepted it, and people are fine with it.

One of the safest places on Earth.

In every aspect you think about, Denmark is a safe country to live in. crime rate is low and criminal events are rare. As people have good incomes and most people have a suitable job, there are a few crimes like larceny.

In terms of education and healthcare, everything is perfect, and you access one of the best quality in the world.

Friendly people.

One of the things the immigrants worry about is the local’s behavior and attitude toward them. But this is not the case in Denmark. You will find people friendly, and they behave in a well way toward others.

Danish care about each other, and discrimination is rare. Your gender, religion, education, and income don’t matter. The only thing that matters is that you behave well and be honest with them. They respect you and matter.

You will never get bored.

What is your hobby, or how do you want to spend your free time? There is always an activity for you to do in Denmark. If you are into nature and want to go hiking, there are amazing beaches. The green life and jungles are beautiful land unspoiled, and you will find them peacefully.

If you like fun activities in the city, you will find swimming pools, bars, libraries, museums, landmarks, and many more to explore.

The point is you will have enough money for all of these activities.

It doesn’t matter where you are. You are just 30 miles away from a beach. Everything is close to a beach, and you can enjoy them every day. You will have so many surfing opportunities. There will be many islands and archipelagos to explore.

Europe is close.

In case you get tired and finish visiting the many wonders of Denmark, Europe is nearby, and you just need to reach it. Sweden, Germany, Switzerland, etc. They are close, and you can get to them by short train.

The useful point is that you won’t need a visa to enter any one of them. Just show your Danish residence permit, and you can enter the country.

You can visit every European country on your weekend or on holiday. The flights are friendly cost, and you can afford them.

As Denmark is part of the Schengen Agreement, you will be able to enter its members as well. Will you have enough time to explore 25 countries and visit all of them?

How to become an IT engineer in Denmark if I speak English?

You can live and work in Denmark if you speak English. But if you can immigrate to Denmark as an IT engineer with English is up to whether you can find a job offer or not.

If you manage to persuade the Danish employer to hire you, you can work for him/her with English fluency. The authorities are fine with it.

The point is that the job market in Denmark is tough. Even the locals have to compete with each other to find a job. So you must be beyond good to find a job.

Employers look for the best in you.

But, you would better work on your Danish language proficiency and improve it as much as you can.

Let’s sum up…

You found out how to immigrate and work in Denmark as an IT engineer. You got familiar with the requirements and eligibility principles. Also, the article brought you the steps you have to follow to land in Denmark as an IT engineer.

If you have questions, write them down in the comment section. The Visa Library team will answer them. You can also watch the videos we have prepared about Denmark and other countries on our YouTube channel.

Frequently asked questions about immigration and working in Denmark as an IT engineer.

It’s up to your resume, skills, and abilities. If you have a profound resume and can get a job offer, it’s not that hard, but you will have to compete with the best in your field.

The job market is tough even for the locals. So you have to improve your resume, skills, and abilities to get a job offer. It’s the key to immigrating to Denmark as an It engineer.

Yes, it’s one of the in-demand jobs in Denmark.

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