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Danish Passport

$3,000.00

Danish Passport

$3,000.00

Visa requirements

In January 2019, Danish citizens had visa-free or visa on arrival access to 187 countries and territories, thus ranking the Danish passport fourth in the world (tied with the passports of Finland, Italy and Sweden) according to the Visa Restrictions Index.[8] According to the World Tourism Organization 2016 report, the Danish passport is first in the world (tied with Finland, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Singapore, and the United Kingdom) in terms of travel freedom, with the mobility index of 160 (out of 215 with no visa weighted by 1, visa on arrival weighted by 0.7, eVisa by 0.5 and traditional visa weighted by 0).

Issued by: Kingdom of Denmark
Date first issued: 1 August 2006 (biometric passport); 1 January 2012 (current version)
Eligibility requirements: Citizens of the Kingdom of Denmark

Description

Danish Passport

Danish passports are issued to citizens of the Kingdom of Denmark (Danish: Kongeriget Danmark) to facilitate international travel.

Different versions exist for nationals of Denmark, Greenland, and the Faroe Islands although all citizens have the same nationality. Danish nationals residing in Greenland and the Faroe Islands can choose between the Danish EU passport and the local (Greenlandic or Faroese) non-EU passport.

Every Danish citizen (except for those residing in the Faroe Islands) is also a citizen of the European Union. The passport entitles its bearer to freedom of movement in the European Economic Area and Switzerland as provided in Directive 2004/38/EC.

According to the January 2019 Visa Restrictions Index, Danish citizens can visit 187 countries without a visa or with a visa granted on arrival.

Physical appearance

The Danish and Greenlandic versions of the passport have burgundy colour covers, according to the European Union’s recommendations, while the Faroese version is green. All contain the Danish Coat of Arms emblazoned in the centre of the front cover, with the word DANMARK (Denmark) above it, and the word PAS (Passport) below. Since 1 August 2006, biometric passports are issued. Above the word DANMARK, the Danish version contains the words DEN EUROPÆISKE UNION (European Union) (as all other EU passports), while in the Greenlandic and Faroese versions the text KALAALLIT NUNAAT (Greenland) or FØROYAR (Faroe Islands) is written. Fields on the bearer’s page are in Danish, English, and French, with translations in the official languages of the European Union elsewhere in the document. Instead of French, Faroese or Greenlandic are used in the Faroese and Greenlandic versions respectively. The page contains the following information:

Photo of the passport holder
Type (P)
Passport No.
Surname
Given names
Sex
Nationality (Danish: Dansk, Danish, French: Danoise)
In a Faroe passport the following: Dansk/Danskur/Danish-Foroyskur/Faroese
In the Greenlandic passport the first page is in Greenlandic, Danish, and English, and the text on pages 1 and 2 are not in so many different languages, as in the Danish
Height
Date of Birth
Personal Code Number
Place of Birth
Date of issue/expiry (validity is 10 years from date of issue for adults and 5 years for children)
Authority (usually the municipality in which the holder resides)
Holder’s signature

Passports contain a machine readable strip starting with P>DNK for all types.

Different spellings of the same name
Names containing special letters (æ, ø, å) are spelled the correct way in the non-machine-readable zone, but are mapped in the machine-readable zone, æ becoming AE, ø becoming OE, and å becoming AA. This follows the international machine-readable passport standard.
For example, Gråbøl → GRAABOEL.
Types
Besides the ordinary passport (with PAS on the cover), also 3 versions of blue service passports (TJENESTEPAS) and a single red diplomatic passport (DIPLOMATPAS) are issued. The latter does not bear the text DEN EUROPÆISKE UNION.

Visa requirements

In January 2019, Danish citizens had visa-free or visa on arrival access to 187 countries and territories, thus ranking the Danish passport fourth in the world (tied with the passports of Finland, Italy and Sweden) according to the Visa Restrictions Index.[8] According to the World Tourism Organization 2016 report, the Danish passport is first in the world (tied with Finland, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Singapore, and the United Kingdom) in terms of travel freedom, with the mobility index of 160 (out of 215 with no visa weighted by 1, visa on arrival weighted by 0.7, eVisa by 0.5 and traditional visa weighted by 0).

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