Financial requirement under GC Scheme

by Sho
(Bangladesh )

Hello, I was wondering if anyone can help answering my questions. I know that I need to have 1 year money to support myself. Will I be able to withdraw the money after making application as application takes long time to process & it's difficult to put all these money for all these time. What would be the best solutions as I have borrowed some money from friends for time being ?

Thank you in advance

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Skirting around the GC Financial Requirements in Denmark
by: Charlie

Response: As far as I understand it, you have to prove that you have the money in a Danish bank account and that is what you are going to be living off. You can withdraw the money as you need to use it. If you put the money in falsely and plan to remove it all as soon as you are approved, the bank will probably notify the government and your approval may be revoked. The money needs to be there for the purpose of covering your living expenses while in Denmark searching for work. If you do not have the funds (your money) you may find it difficult to survive in Denmark. The Green Card amount is pretty close to what it costs to live in Denmark.

Since I do not know anyone personally who has withdrawn the money after putting it in, this is only my opinion of what could happen if you are trying to cheat the system by not having the funds.

Do not count on financial assistance from the government if you run into hard times financially.

Charlie
FYI Denmark

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