How To Apply for a passport In Greenland
- Complete the application form
- Make the application by mail or in person to the Danish Immigration Services Citizen Service. If you reside outside of within the Greater Copenhagen area, you could also complete the application at the police station in your area.
- Make payment for the fee of application
- Your passport will be delivered to your address of choice, according to CPR. Central Office of Civil Registration (CPR)
- Candidates are able to apply for the Danish passport in the Danish Embassy or Danish mission overseas
- The application must be made on the spot (regardless the age) In addition, the Embassy will also take photographs of children above 3 years of age.
- For children younger than 3 Please include a passport photograph:
- Fingerprints are taken from children up to 12 and digital signatures are created as young as 5 years old.
- A parent who is not in or in the UK or Denmark should visit the Danish Embassy or Consulate in the country of residence in order to provide consent by filling out the consent form located on Page 3 on the form for passport applications. The form should be faxed (+44 077 33 0266) or emailed (email@example.com) along with a photocopy of their passport (with the signature page)
Documents that are required Apply for a passport
- The original birth certificate, or the certificate name
- Photo identification
- If you’re applying for a passport to the unnamed kid, it is required to show the birth certificate
- If you are not able to present a an image of your ID with the CPR-number it is required to show the proof of your CPR registration (national Insurance card)
- If you are a resident card, you are required to present this
Requirements for photography
- The image should have an exact resemblance to your appearance.
- You must be directly in front of the camera and the photo should be suitable for scanning.
- The background should be uniformly (light) color, without motives
- Your eyes must be clear and not covered with eyeglasses, hair, or other similar items. Your mouth must not be fully open.
- The wearing of headwear is only permitted when you have a religious reason to want to wear it.
- The cheeks, cheeks, and forehead must be prominently visible
- The photo should measure 35mm in size and 45mm wide. Your head should be 30mm 36mm wide from the top of your chin to the top of your hair
Office Locations and Contacts
Danish Immigration ServiceRyesgade 53
Passports and permanent residence
+45 35 30 86 10
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
What Are All The Eligibility
Every citizen of Greenland can apply for the Danish passport
Fees are based on the the applicant’s age:
- 65 years old or older: DKK 376
- 18-64 years old: DKK 626
- 12-17 years old: DKK 12-17 years: DKK
- 11 years and older: DKK 115
The fee must be paid in full at moment of application.
The validity of the passport is five years. It should be renewed every five years.
Processing takes 2 to 4 weeks.
Only biometric passports can be issued.
The Information You Need
- Birth date
- The place of birth
- Applicant name
- Applicant parents name
Documentation is needed
Greenland is an autonomous nation inside the Kingdom of Denmark. It is in terms of size the largest island in the world and also the least populous country around the globe. Greenland was made an official Danish colony on 18th January and became part of the Danish Realm in 1953, under the Constitution of Denmark. Danish passports have been issued to residents of Greenland. Different passports are available for citizens from Denmark, Greenland and the Faroe Islands although all citizens are of identical nationality. Greenlandic passports include burgundy colored covers.
Information that can be useful
If you suspect that your personal information (e.g. citizenship / nationality or date of birth) is not correctly registered in those in the Immigration Services records, you could use PE1 form to request a change of your information. You will find PE1 at www.nyidanmark.dk/forms.
Other uses for the Document/Certificate
- It is used as evidence of citizenship
- For identification purposes.