If you need to travel to Denmark and the other Schengen countries on a regular basis you can apply for a long-term visa that is valid for multiple entries.
Multiple-entry visas can be issued under the following conditions:
- The applicant has previously held and abided by the terms of a Schengen visa or visa with limited territorial validity and intends to leave the Schengen area before the visa applied for expires.
- The applicant can document the need to visit Denmark and the other Schengen countries often and/or regularly, particularly in connection with business or a personal relationship.
You may be considered for a multiple entry visa if you are:
- A businessperson,
- A public official in regular contact with EU member states and institutions,
- A representative of a NGO travelling for educational purposes or attending seminars and conferences,
- A family member of an EU citizen,
- A family member of a non-EU citizen legally residing in an member state, or
- A seaman.
If a multiple-entry visa is issued permitting stays of up to 90 days and for between 1 and 5 years, the cumulative amount of time you are permitted to remain within the Schengen area is 90 days in any 180-day period.
Finally, in order to be issued a visa, you must meet all the standard requirements, including holding a valid travel document and travel medical insurance. Read more about the standard requirements for the issue of visas.