What is the change? Danish officials have made minor changes to work permit programs.
What does the change mean? Under rules that will take effect June 1, Denmark will reduce the hours-per-week requirement in the Pay Limit Scheme, ease penalties on employers who make minor mistakes when using the Fast Track Scheme, and allow for multiple short-term stays within a 12-month period.
Additional information: On April 30, the Danish government announced small changes to work permit programs. Among the announcements:
Analysis & Comments: While the changes are minor, they will in some cases make it easier for employers to sponsor workers in the Pay Limit Scheme or employers to qualify as eligible for the Fast-track scheme.
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