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New quota for traveling to Denmark with a working holiday visa: when will the call open?

option of migration to a foreign country Thanks to the possibility of accessing a job, it is one of the main options for those who do not have dual nationality, and is one of the countries that will open quotas for this experience in a short time. Denmark,

The Scandinavian country announced its reopening in the last few hours visa working holidayfor which there will be 150 annual quota In which Argentine citizens will be able to apply from October 1.

What are Working Holiday Visas?

This type of credential allows Migration to a foreign country and stay there for a period of 12 monthsDuring which you can work legally and generate income to continue traveling or save.

usually basic requirements Age (usually between 18 and 30 years depending on destination) to use a working holiday visa, have medical insurance and a sufficient amount of accommodation, and have purchased a ticket to return to the country of origin, in the case of Argentina.

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Denmark reopens quotas for young Argentines who wish to travel with working holiday visas.

It is also necessary to have a valid passport and accompanying documents to justify the stay, as well as not to be registered as an undesirable person in the Schengen Information System (SIS II).

Denmark has reopened quotas for young Argentines after being closed for more than two years because of the coronavirus pandemic, although the details of the call have yet to be announced.

What is it like to work in Denmark?

Employers offer in Denmark Different types of contracts: is full time 150 hours per monthpart time of Between 10 and 130 hours per monthOther options for on-going students Five to 60 hours per month.

People who come to the country with a working holiday visa usually work in sectors such as Tourism, Culinary Arts, Customer Service and Some Rural Areas, The best time to live this experience is during the months of June, July and August, that is, in the European summer.

How much is the pay

Work hours are paid, on average, USD 9 and USD 12 . among Pay is usually higher at night and on weekends, depending on the type of job as well as the schedule.

In other words, with a 40-hour-a-week job that pays $10 an hour, Up to USD 1,920 per month can be charged. In contrast, salaries with a part-time job (30 hours per week) can reach up to $1,200.

Argentina wishing to take advantage of this opportunity will have to wait for the Danish authorities to define the conditions for the reopening of working holiday visas and the publication of official terms.

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