Working fewer than 90 days?
No work permit required for musicians, ‘whose participation constitutes a substantial or essential part of a noteworthy artistic event.’
NB If an artist is not a substantial or essential part of a noteworthy artistic event the work will require a work permit, even if the work is for less than 90 days. SIRI can, upon request, make an instructive statement on whether or not an artist is a substantial or essential part of a noteworthy artistic event. Requests can be addressed to the Agency via their contact form.
[Information provided by Ministry of Immigration and Integration Affairs]
Working for more than 90 days?
Special individual qualification work permit and residence for musicians (and conductors) who have a job offer – up to 1 year.
DKK 4295 (£500) for the special individual qualification work permit/residence.
NB Fees are normally updated on 1 January each year.
Please note, the price in GBP is indicative and subject to change in line with exchange rates.
The information provided in this guide is for your reference only and does not constitute legal or immigration advice. The ISM recommends that if you have any doubts about your eligibility to enter any country, you contact a suitably qualified migration expert for each individual country in good time prior to intended arrival.