You will be hitched to an EU/EEA citizen that is an employee in Denmark under EU legislation
It is possible to submit an application for equal status with Danish citizens if you should be hitched to an EU/EEA citizen who’s an employee in Denmark under EU legislation
Should you want to submit an application for equal status with Danish citizens based on this guideline, you have to satisfy those two conditions:
- You need to be hitched to an EU/EEA resident.
- Your better half needs to be or has retained his/her status as an employee or a self-employed individual in Denmark.
You must be aware of the fact that your right to SU is a derived right based on your spouse’s status as a worker or a self-employed person in Denmark under EU law if you receive state educational grant (SU) as the spouse of an EU/EEA citizen. This means you lose the proper to SU if:
- You receive a divorce proceedings from your own partner
- Your partner loses his/her status as an employee or a person that is self-employed Denmark under EU legislation
Take note, by using the phrasing “worker or person that is self-employed we mean individuals, whom relating to EU legislation are viewed as employees. Read more about a member of staff or a person that is self-employed Denmark under EU legislation.
How exactly to use
You can be granted equal status according to EU law, we use the information which is evident from the documentation you enclose with the information form for foreign citizens when we assess whether. It is essential you want to be included in our assessment of your application that you enclose all the documentation. The Danish Immigration Service, the State Administration and the Danish Tax Agency (Skattestyrelsen) have registered about you and your spouse in addition, we use the information that the national register.