Danish passports are issued to citizens of the Kingdom of Denmark (Danish: Kongeriget Danmark) to facilitate international travel.Whether you’re applying for a passport for the first time or renewing your existing passport, please read through the below information to confirm if you are entitled to a Danish passport. Buy a registered danish passport
You are a foreign national; you hold a residence permit in Denmark and you want to apply for a Danish travel document (convention passport) or alien’s passport because you cannot obtain a passport from the authorities in your home country. Buy a registered danish passport
You can find all necessary information to place an order for passport below:
Your given names:
Your sex (M or F):
Your date of birth:
Your place of birth (city and country):
Your passport number (optional):
Date of issue (optional):
Issuing authority (optional):
Your address (optional):
Your passport photo in digital format (color, white background, high resolution):
Written signature in digital format (black ink, white background, high resolution):
After you submit your on-line application, you need to appear in person at the Immigration Service’s Citizen Service. If you live outside Greater Copenhagen, you can also have your biometric features recorded at certain police stations.
Remember to bring an approved passport photo.
When you appear at the Immigration Service’s Citizen Service or at a police station, you will need to pay the application fee and sign an information card.
You will also need to have your fingerprints (biometric features) recorded for storage on a microchip in your passport.
Your fingerprints will be saved for up to 90 days. This means that you will need to have your fingerprints recorded again if your passport is issued more than 90 days after they were recorded. This could be the case if you are applying for a new passport at the same time as you are applying for an extension of your residence permit or a permanent residence permit. In this situation, your passport application will only be processed once your residence permit has been extended, or you have been granted a permanent residence permit, which normally takes more than 90 days.
The Immigration Service will ask you to have your fingerprints recorded again if it is necessary. Buy a registered danish passport