Applying for Green Card Scheme in Denmark

by robin Thomas

hello sir/madam my name is robin Thomas i am looking for a Denmark Green Card Visa actually i have some query regarding my masters convocation i have done my MSC in UK recently i got the transcript and a letter from college that i have done the masters in the university,but i did not receive my convocation yet they said i can get in in the month of July can i apply with the letter and transcripts for the visa kindly advice me thanking you...

Response I am not sure where to start on this submission. Obviously your degree was not in spelling or proofreading! And isn't a convocation a ceremonial gathering celebrating an educational event like getting a diploma or degree. Don't you mean a transcript or degree, but what good is a convocation when applying for a green card? And I believe the degree is called an MSc and not an MSC. What is our education system teaching people today? aaargh!

As for applying for the Green Card Scheme, the information is clearly listed and if you do not have the required documents, the process will be delayed. I would suggest you try to get the correct documents before applying. On the other hand, I am NOT the GOVERNMENT, nor do I have any control over who gets a Green Card or what documents are accepted.

If you are clever enough to get an MSc, maybe you should try to write or email the correct office with a letter (that has hopefully been proofread, including spelling, capitalization and maybe a dictionary to assist) and ask them if the documentation you have is enough to start the process.

Sorry for the tone of this reply, but I am constantly getting emails from people asking for help, who claim to be educated, yet their correspondence seems to be written by a 8 year old.

Maybe people are having their children write their correspondence for them - and if so, at least have the courtesy to tell me.

Charlie - Expat in Denmark

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