At the Danish Immigrant Counselling, we are ready to assist you with help and counselling irrespective of the situation you are in. We offer help to those of you who currently live in a violent relationship and want to leave it. We also offer help to those of you who have already come out of a violent relationship and would like to keep your residence permit in Denmark.
At the Danish Immigrant Counselling, we can guide you on how best to put together documentation of the violence you experience. If you have documentation of the violence, you stand a better chance of being granted a residence permit of your own. This can allow you to continue your life in Denmark after the divorce.
The best way to gather documentation of the violence differs from one situation to another and from one woman to another. Therefore, we recommend that you book a meeting with us so we can talk your situation through.
How can you divorce and simultaneously be granted a residence permit of your own?
We also offer guidance on how to get a divorce as quickly as possible. If you live in a violent relationship, you have the option of getting an immediate divorce — whether your husband wants to divorce you or not.
Many foreign women lose their residence permits when they divorce their violent husbands. If you divorce your husband and still want to live in Denmark, we can help you obtain a residence permit of your own. When you are in a situation where such an important thing as your residence permit is at stake, it can really pay off to get qualified help on your case.
At the Danish Immigrant Counselling, we offer professional guidance and help when you need to apply for a residence permit of your own. Moreover, we can make sure that you send the right documentation and supporting documents to the Danish Immigration Service for the assessment of your case.
We can also handle all communication between the Danish Immigration Service and you. This can help you avoid misunderstandings and miscommunication that may be of importance for the outcome of your case.