IMPACT – MEDIUM
What is the change? Danish immigration authorities have said that applications for work and residence permits are backlogged, and that applicants should expect delays of up to 10 days.
What does the change mean? Applicants in Denmark should expect delays and plan their schedules accordingly.
Background: The delays are related to a high caseload, and it is not yet clear when processing times might return to normal.
BAL Analysis: Pending additional updates, employers and individuals should factor in the delays when planning business schedules.
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