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The European Union’s new ETIAS (European Travel Information and Authorisation System) travel pass is currently unavailable and will be until late 2022. It becomes obligatory in 2023. Until then, take a look below for all the details you need to know about this permission to enter Denmark, and how to get yours with Byevisa.

All About the Denmark ETIAS

If you’re from one of around 60 countries outside the EU or Schengen Zone, such as the United States of America, Israel, New Zealand or the UK, then you now need what’s called the ETIAS (European Travel Information and Authorisation System), the European Union’s (EU) new digital travel document, to enter Denmark.

You apply for this document entirely online by supplying some basic details about yourself, like your full name and passport number, from any electronic device. Then, when your application is approved, your ETIAS arrives in your email inbox, ready for you to start your trip.

The ETIAS is valid for 3 years from the date of issue. It permits you to visit Denmark for up to 90 days during any 180-day period. It’s a Multiple-Entry authorisation, so you can enter and exit repeatedly, and you’re also allowed to visit the 25 other Member States that comprise the EU’s Schengen Area, like nearby Germany or Sweden.

Here we’ll tell you everything you need to know to get your ETIAS authorisation Denmark with Byevisa. Our online process is straightforward and takes just around 10 minutes!

What Difference Is There Between the Denmark ETIAS and the Denmark Visa?

The first difference is who’s eligible. If you’re from one of around 60 countries outside the EU or Schengen Zone, you must now obtain an ETIAS in advance to enter Denmark. This includes citizens of the USA, Singapore, Hong Kong (to find the full list of eligible nationalities, scroll down to our ‘Requirements and Eligibility’ section).

If you’re not allowed to apply for the ETIAS and you’re from outside the EU, then you need to apply for a Schengen visa Denmark to be permitted entry. This includes citizens of India, South Africa, China and over 100 other nations. For more details about the Schengen visa Denmark, just visit our webpage here.

If you’re a European Union citizen, you don’t need any sort of travel permission to visit Denmark.

The second difference between the EU’s new travel authorisation and a traditional visa is that the ETIAS is entirely digital. You apply online and receive it by email. So that means no more visiting the embassy early in the morning or filling in complicated forms by hand!

Denmark Visa Requirements for ETIAS Eligible Nationalities

If you’re wondering ‘Do I need a visa to go to Denmark?’ then simply consult our visa eligibility checker tool here:

You’ll immediately see if you can apply for the ETIAS, for any other pass like the Schengen visa Denmark, or if you have to visit the embassy.

Alternatively, see below for the complete list of nationalities that are eligible for the ETIAS:

Antigua and Barbuda
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Brunei Darussalam
Costa Rica
El Salvador
Federated States of Micronesia

Hong Kong
Marshall Islands
New Zealand
North Macedonia
Saint Kitts and Nevis

Saint Lucia
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Solomon Islands
South Korea
Timor Leste
Trinidad and Tobago
United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom
United States

Once you know if you’re eligible, the next step is to gather the required documents and information to make your application. Here’s a list of everything you need to have ready:

  • An email address, so we can confirm your application and send you the ETIAS.
  • Some personal details, such as your full name, date of birth and physical address.
  • A passport with at least 6 months’ validity from when you plan to enter Denmark.
  • Your passport details, like your passport number, issue date and expiry date.
  • A debit/credit card or PayPal account, so you can pay for your application.
  • Your medical and security background, for the EU to check against its databases.

Once you acquire your ETIAS it’s electronically linked to your passport, so there’s technically no need to print it. Instead, you just show your passport when you go catch your flight and at Denmark’s border checkpoint. However, we recommend that you print a copy of your travel document just in case, should you be asked to show it for any reason.

Also, you must enter the Schengen zone via Denmark. However, from there you’re free to visit the 25 other nations that comprise the zone too. These include:

Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Bulgaria (*), Croatia (*), Ireland (*), Republic of Cyprus (*), Romania (*)

*Expected to join in 2021

ETIAS Denmark Visa Application Process

To apply for and acquire your Denmark tourist visa with Byevisa is a piece of cake (or in this case, Danish pastry!) Read on for the details of our straightforward application process to get yours:

1. Enter your nationality and destination country in the eligibility checker. You’ll immediately see if you’re eligible for the ETIAS or if you must visit the embassy. You can also get started by clicking the button below:

2. From there, you fill out the application form, where you enter some straightforward details like your name and date of entry into Denmark. If you’re applying on behalf of other members of your travel party, make sure to have their details to hand too.

3. Select how fast you want to obtain your travel authorisation in your email inbox. Byevisa offers Standard (X days), Rapid (X days) and Highly Rapid (X days) service.

4. Pay for your application with a debit/credit card or PayPal.

And you’re done! Your validated travel authorisation will arrive in your inbox in the timeframe you’ve selected, so in the meantime you can plan what you’ll see in Copenhagen or Aarhus.

ETIAS for Denmark – Forms and Documents to Apply

As we mention above, you must enter some details about yourself and your travel companions into our application form for us to process your application on your behalf.

1. Here’s the list of fields you fill in, plus other Byevisa options you select:

  • An email address, to receive your ETIAS in your inbox once it’s validated.
  • Your first name, middle name and last name.
  • Your planned date of entry into Denmark.
  • Your telephone number, in case we need to get in touch.
  • Your sex (male/female).
  • Your nationality as it appears on your passport.
  • Your date of birth.
  • Your country of birth.
  • Your country of residence.
  • Your passport number.
  • Your passport’s issue and expiry dates.
  • The visa you’re applying for.
  • The first Schengen Area Member State you’ll visit (Denmark in this case).
  • Your physical address.
  • Your medical and security background, such as if you’ve been committed of a crime. The EU asks for these details to check against its databases, like Europol and VIS.

To enter the details for more than 1 person, there’s an option to add a new applicant. Note that children (minors under 18) also require their own ETIAS to enter Denmark, although they can be listed on your passport.

2. Once you’ve added everyone’s details, select how fast you want to receive your validated travel pass in your inbox. Byevisa offers 3 Denmark visa processing times for your convenience:

  • Standard: Your ETIAS is processed in X days for an X USD fee.
  • Rapid: Your travel pass is processed in X days for an X USD fee.
  • Highly Rapid: Your travel pass is processed in X days for an X USD fee.

3. Lastly you pay for your application. You need to type in:

  • Your name as it’s written on your debit/credit card.
  • Your debit/credit card number.
  • Your debit/credit card expiry date.
  • Your debit/credit card’s 3-digit security code.

Alternatively, you can pay via PayPal.

ETIAS Denmark Visa Tracking

If you have any questions about your application’s status, you can contact us by clicking the Status option on the main menu. For instance, should you make a mistake on your application and only notice afterwards, contact us straight away. If we’re yet to process your application, we’ll fix the mistake free of charge.

If your application is rejected, we’ll tell you why if we know. However, in this case, to obtain your ETIAS you must apply again and pay the corresponding fee. To minimise the chances of your application being rejected, carefully type your details into our application form exactly as they appear on your passport, and double check before you submit the form.

Please contact us to check up on the status of your application only if the processing timeframe you selected has passed. Otherwise, we will still be processing your travel pass.

What’s the Cost of the ETIAS Denmark?

The EU’s price for this digital travel document is X USD. Everyone must pay this cost except applicants under the age of 18 and over 70, in which case there’s no ETIAS fee.

However, even applicants under 18 and over 70 pay Byevisa’s processing fee for us to handle your paperwork for you, and to save you the work of doing so. Here are our charges:

  • X USD for our Standard service (your ETIAS is delivered in X days).
  • X USD for our Rapid service (your travel document is delivered in X days).
  • X USD for our Highly Rapid service (it’s delivered in X days).

So in total, you pay the EU’s fee plus Byevisa’s processing charge, depending on the service you select.


Read on to find out more about this travel permission to the land of Vikings, Hans Christian Andersen and The Little Mermaid. If you have any other questions, please get in touch!

You can visit the 26 countries that comprise the EU’s Schengen Area. This includes nearby Germany to the south and Sweden to the north, but excludes the UK and, for the moment, Ireland.
This travel permission is Multiple Entry, so you can enter and exit as often as you like during each 90-day visit. As we mention above, you can visit for up to 90 days during a given 180-day period.
No, it’s technically not required, because your travel authorisation is electronically linked to your passport. However, we advise that you print a copy anyway, in case you’re asked to show it at the airport check-in or at Denmark’s customs checkpoint.
No, it’s not. It’s available from late 2022 and is obligatory from 2023 onwards. Until then, the information we’ve provided here is to help you when you need to apply for this travel pass.
Yes it is. You can apply to renew your travel authorisation from within Denmark or any other Schengen Zone Member State up to 120 days before your current one expires.
If it expires, then you’re no longer allowed to enter Denmark with your current ETIAS. To enter again, you must first apply for a new passport, then a new travel document.
No, you just enter your passport details like you normally would. However, make sure that you carry the passport with you that you applied with, as your ETIAS is linked to your passport electronically. Also, if only one of your nationalities is eligible for this travel document, you must apply with that one.
Yes, as of 2023, American citizens need an ETIAS to enter this Scandinavian country, although you can apply from late 2022. When you apply, just enter your nationality (United States) from the drop-down menu.
It takes between X days and X days, depending on which Byevisa processing speed you select. If you’ve left applying until the last minute, we recommend our Highly Rapid service to ensure you get your travel pass in time for your flight.
It’s a place where you can read about this travel authorisation. That said, there’s no need to go there, because all the information is provided in a straightforward, convenient format on Byevisa’s website.
It’s valid for 3 years or until your passport expires. During this time, you can visit for up to 90 days each within a 180-day period. For example, this means that you can’t stay in Copenhagen for 3 months, immediately exit and enter the Schengen Area, then stay for another 3 months. Instead, you must wait for the start of the next 180-day period to return once more.
Yes, minors (children under 18) and adults over 70 are exempt from the EU’s X USD fee. However, even these applicants must pay Byevisa’s processing fee for us to handle your application for you.
Get in touch with us, and we’ll endeavour to tell you why. Then, you must apply again, making sure to correct the mistake that you made the first time.
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