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The Danish government has announced that some third-country nationals will need to replace their residence cards.
Additional Information: Individuals in need of a new residence card are exempt from the application fee as a family member of an EU citizen. More information for those in need of a new residence card is available here.
BAL Analysis: The Danish government is requiring some third-country nationals to replace their residence card due to new safety requirements for the cards. Foreign nationals affected by the new residence card policy should replace their card as soon as possible to avoid travel complications.
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