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Denmark Country Information

All immigrant visa and diversity visa interviews and adjudications for residents of Denmark, Norway, and Sweden take place at the U.S. Embassy in Stockholm, Sweden.

Please also visit the official website of the Bureau of Consular Affairs, United States Department of State, for information on immigrant visas as well as other types of visas for the United States, such as fiancé/fiancée visas and non-immigrant visas.

Information about getting married in Denmark

United States Embassy, Copenhagen Denmark

Embassy Website: https://dk.usembassy.gov/

Embassy Phone Number:
+45 89 88 75 55 if calling from Denmark and

+1-703 520 2567 if calling from the United States.

Embassy Email Address: Support-denmark@ustraveldocs.com

URL for scheduling the interview online: https://www.ustraveldocs.com/dk/index.html

Can fiancé/spouse attend the interview: No

Where to pay the Embassy fee: https://www.ustraveldocs.com/dk/dk-iv-visaapplyinfo.asp

Local language documents need translated: All documents not written in English or in the official language of the country in which the interview takes place MUST be accompanied by a translation in English. Translations must be certified by a competent translator and notarized.

Medical Examination Fee: The physical examination costs 2950 Dkr for adults and 1200 Dkr for children under 15. The separate fee for X-rays of 500 Dkr is included in this amount and will be paid directly to the X-ray clinic. There are additional fees for vaccinations (if required) and any additional serological tests (if required). The fees must be paid to the physician and radiologist respectively at the time of your appointment. When all the necessary tests have been completed the physician will send the results and the completed medical examination directly to the Embassy

Embassy appointment scheduling method: As part of the standard immigrant visa process, the National Visa Center will coordinate with you to schedule your interview appointment at the appropriate post (now Stockholm) upon receiving your immigrant visa application and supporting paperwork. Similarly for diversity visa applicants, your case interview will be scheduled by the Kentucky Consular Center as part of the standard diversity visa process. If you wish to interview for your immigrant or diversity visa at another immigrant visa processing post besides Stockholm, you may make the request to the National Visa Center or the Kentucky Consular Center, respectively, prior to the time your appointment is scheduled in Stockholm.

Medical appointment scheduling method: https://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/Medical/CPN - Copenhagen

Number of photos required for the Embassy Interview: 2

Number of photos required for Medical Examination: 2

Testimonials from Denmark

I would like to thank Rapid Visa for all there help and professionalism in helping my fiancé to obtain her Visa. Because of Rapid My fiancé will finally be where she belongs, with me in the U.S. In just 5 months, starting May 9th (when we mailed out our paperwork to the USCIS) until September 25th (when my fiancé passed her interview with the U.S. Embassy), we were able to complete the process and we are onto the next step. She is now able to travel to the U.S. to be with me so we can start our wonderful and blessed life together as husband and wife. I can't thank your staff enough for helping us with any questions we might have had. Especially my fiancé. She was able to call or message you at anytime and always received a prompt response from your knowledgeable staff. Thank you Rapid.

We would recommend you to anyone that would be needing assistance to K1 processing, so they can go through the process hassle-free like we did. This was well worth the minimal fee you charge. You gave us peace of mind knowing that everything will be done correctly.

Special shout out to Dominic and Weng for your professionalism

~ Jorge and Carissa

Jorge and CarissaPhilippines / United States of America