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The Embassy of Denmark, Kyiv is pleased to announce the opening of their Visa Application Centre from 01 April 2010 in the cities of Kyiv, Lviv, Odessa, Donetsk, Dnipropetrovsk and Kharkiv. This site provides with details related to your application submission and collection process along with other useful information you need to know.

More information about the Application Centers in Ukraine can be found here

All applications collected by the Visa Application Centers will be sent to the Embassy of Denmark in Kyiv for assessment and resolution. Visa Application Centre staff has no say in the visa decisions taken by the Embassy.

Click the link to access the official website of Embassy of Denmark, Kyiv

 
VISA APPLYING PROCESS
Step 1 : Prepare your application and supporting documents: Go to ‘All about your visas’ link on this website and find out details related to the visa category you want to apply for – here, you can find the applicable fee, documents required, Visa application form, Valid passport (Please note that the passport cannot be older than 10 years and has to be valid for at least three months after your scheduled return) and more.
Step 2 : Book an appointment to visit Visa Application Centre: To visit Visa Application Centre you need to Schedule Appointment You can book an appointment online or by calling the Call Centre. Details provided on this website to schedule an appointment.
Step 3 : Submit your application: Visit Visa Application Centre as per appointment scheduled and submit your completed Visa Application Forms along with required supporting documents.
Step 4 : Pay applicable Fee: Submission Officer will advise you on total payable amount and guide you to the bank cashier where you need to pay in local currency (Hryvnia). Receipt will be provided for all payments made at the Centre.
Step 5 : Submit your Biometrics: Proceed to the Biometrics booth for giving in your digital photograph and fingerprints, except exemptions. Ukrainian citizens and other nationals legally residing in Ukraine, all applicants would need to appear in person in order to provide biometric data (fingerprints and digital photography), which is a simple and discreet procedure. This concerns the applications for the short-term Schengen visas (max. 90 days in 180 days) and Long Term application to Denmark
Please note that children under 12 years of age are exempted from the Biometrics for obtaining Schengen visa. Apart from that, a passport size photo for all the applicants would be required, for further details, please refer to our ‘Photo Specification’ section under different Visa Category
Step 6 : Collect your processed envelope :Track the progress of your application as per the tentative schedule advised to you at the time of application submission, and accordingly come to pick your passport. If you have opted for courier service, receive your passport at the comfort of your chosen address.

Note: For more information on visa applying process, please click here

Please note:


At the time of submission at the Visa Application Centre, applicant has the choice to:

Subscribe for Courier Service for return of passport.
Subscribe for SMS Service where Visa Application Centre sends application status on applicant’s mobile and via email.
 
TRACK YOUR APPLICATION
After submission, you can also check status of your application online by simply providing the unique VAC Reference Number and your Date of Birth. VAC reference number (starts with DKKV, DKLV, DKOD, DKDN, DNIP or DKKH) can be found on the Invoice-Cum-Receipt provided by the Submission Officer at the application centre at the time of submission.

Please click here to Track Your Application
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