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Royal Danish Embassy in China

Royal Danish Embassy in China

Address: 1 hao Sanlitun Dongwujie, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100600
City: Beijing (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +8 hours)
Tel.: +86 (10) 8532 9900
Fax: +86 (10) 8532 9999
Working hours: Monday to Friday, 9.00 – 17.00

Royal Danish Consulate General in Chongqing
Address: Metropolitan Tower, 31/F #1, 68 Zourong Road, Yuzhong District, 400010 Chongqing
City: Chongqing (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +8 hours)
Tel.: +86 23 6372 6600 
Fax: +86 23 6372 5284
Working hours: Monday to Friday, 9.00 – 17.00

Royal Danish Consulate General in Guangzhou
Address: Suite 1578, China Hotel, Office Tower, Liu Hua Lu, Guangzhou 510015 
City: Guangzhou (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +8 hours)
Tel.: +86 (20) 2829 7300
Fax: +86 (20) 8667 0315 
Working hours: Monday to Friday, 10.00 – 15.00

Royal Danish Consulate General in Shanghai
Address: Room 3101, Shanghai International Trade Center, 2201 Yan'an West Road / 200336 Shanghai
City: Shanghai (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +8 hours)
Tel.: +86 21 8025 0600 
Fax: +86 21 6209 0878 
Working hours: Monday to Friday, 9.00 – 16.30

The Embassy's primary tasks are:

  • To ensure that the Chinese-Danish diplomatic relations are maintained and optimized.
  • To provide assistance to Denmark's commercial interests in China.
  • To raise awareness of Denmark, Danish values and Danish culture to the Chinese citizens.
  • To provide visa and consular services for Chinese citizens as well as providing prompt and effective assistance to Danes in China.

Consular services provided by the Embassy:

  • Registers Danish citizens abroad;
  • Helps with transferring money to return home;
  • Issues Danish passports;
  • Issues Danish driving licenses;
  • Contacts a lawyer in case Danish citizen is arrested;
  • Contacts relatives in Denmark;
  • Deals with Danish citizenship matters;
  • Issues marriage certificates;
  • Contacts the insurance company in case of an accident, illness or death of a Danish citizen;
  • Issues visas;
  • Legalizes documents.

If Danish passport is lost or stolen, it should be immediately reported to the local police. Police notification about the loss/theft of the Danish passport, birth certificate and photo ID will be needed when applying for a new passport at the Embassy.

All Chinese nationals are required to obtain a visa before entry into Denmark or other Schengen countries.

List of supporting documents to be submitted with the application for individual tourism visa:

  • “Schengen Visa Application Form” duly completed. Original required.
  • One passport photo, attached to Schengen Visa Application Form. The photograph must be passport-size with a light background, no older than 6 months.
  • Passport, valid at least 90 days after expiry of the visa. Must have at least 2 blank pages.
  • Copy of the applicant’s passport identity page (incl. extension date if applicable).
  • Travel medical insurance with a minimum coverage of 30,000 Euro (300,000 CNY) for the effective stay in the Schengen area.
  • Documentation on former travels abroad; if relevant an old passport should be attached to the application.
  • Visa fee.
  • Non-Chinese citizens are required to submit copy of valid Chinese residence permit.
  • Flight reservation.
  • For minors (under 18): Student card & Original letter of the school, mentioning: full address, telephone number of the school, permission for absence, name and function of the person giving the permission. Notary certificate of family relation or proof of guardianship must be legalised by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs, one photocopy thereof. Minors travelling alone or with just one parent: Notary certificate of permission to travel from both parents or legal guardians (when minor is travelling alone) or the parent or legal guardian not travelling (if minor is travelling with one parent), must be legalised by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and when not in China, attested by the relevant authorities in the parents'/legal guardians' country of residence, one photocopy thereof.
  • Copy of "Hukou" (no translation needed) with photocopies of all pages (only for Chinese nationals).
  • Proof of accommodation: Hotel bookings or accommodation guarantees covering the whole duration of the intended stay in the territory of the Schengen member states.
  • Travel programme: Documents providing clear evidences about your travel programme (booking transportation, itinerary, etc.).
  • Proof of solvency of the applicant Bank statements from the last 3 months, no deposits required.

Royal Danish Embassy and Consulates General are closed on public holidays.

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