The Danish Agency for International Recruitment and Integration (SIRI) announced that a “rolling” calculation will now be used to monitor residence under the short-term track.
• Within the Fast Track Scheme, the short-term track grants a residence and work permit valid for up to 90 days.
• These 90 days can now be distributed across several stays, with the “rolling” calculation tracking the overall total.
• The official count starts from the first day that the permit is valid, and then is counted 365 days back in time to determine the remaining usage available.
BAL Analysis: The Danish government confirmed that pending applications based on first entry into Denmark under the short-term track can now contact SIRI to update the application using the new “rolling” calculation. The deadline to update the application is Dec. 1.
This alert has been provided by the BAL Global Practice Group.
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