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  2. Denmark - Wikipedia

    Denmark ( Danish: Danmark, pronounced [ˈtænmɑk] ( listen)) is a Nordic country in Northern Europe. It is the most populous and politically central constituent of the Kingdom of Denmark, [N 12] a constitutionally unitary state that includes the autonomous territories of the Faroe Islands and Greenland in the North Atlantic Ocean. [17]

  3. Visa requirements for Danish citizens - Wikipedia

    K-ETA required [115] 90 days. Danish citizens can enter South Korea as a short term visit (e.g., tours, visiting relatives or friends, attending simple meetings) up to 90 days without a visa, though you should remain aware of the quarantine requirements. You must also have an onward or return ticket.

  4. Personal identification number (Denmark) - Wikipedia

    Requisition. Any person registered as of 2 April 1968 (1 May 1972 in Greenland) or later in a Danish civil register, receives a personal identification number. Any person who is a member of ATP or is required to pay tax in Denmark according to the Tax-control Law of Denmark, but is not registered in a civil register, also receives a personal identification number.

  5. Danish passport - Wikipedia

    Danish passports are issued to citizens of the Kingdom of Denmark to facilitate international travel. Besides serving as proof of Danish citizenship, they facilitate the process of securing assistance from Danish consular officials abroad (or other EU consulates or Nordic missions [4] [5] in case a Danish consular official is absent).

  6. Denmark and the European Union - Wikipedia

    History [ edit] Denmark formally applied to join the European Communities, the predecessor of the European Union, on 10 August 1961, a day after the British applied. [4] However, the then President of France Charles de Gaulle vetoed British membership, and Denmark did not wish to join the EC without the United Kingdom. [5]

  7. Danish nationality law - Wikipedia

    According to Statistics Denmark, 3,267 foreigners living in Denmark replaced their foreign citizenship with Danish citizenship in 2012. A total of 71.4% of all those who were naturalized in 2012 were from the non-Western world. Half of all new Danish citizenships in 2012 were given to people from Iraq, Afghanistan, Turkey, Somalia and Iran. [5]

  8. National Environmental Research Institute of Denmark

    The National Environmental Research Institute of Denmark, abbreviated NERI, ( Danish: Danmarks Miljøundersøgelser, abbreviated DMU) was an independent research institute under the Ministry of the Environment. It was created in 1989 by merging the existing laboratories of the Environmental Protection Agency, which covered marine, freshwater ...