Mr.

by Sifat Uddin
(Bangladesh)



Suddenly ,I am desired to be immigrant in a developed country .Thus , I have been searching information on countries which give opportunity . Denmark has got very small land area compared to Canada ,Australia ,USA and UK ; considering this a question may arise why does Denmark take immigrants . Can you answer this ? Does every immigrant get a job ?

Thank you in advance .

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by: Charlie

Denmark may be small, but they do try to help immigrants because they have a strong social conscience. That said, many Danes are fed up with people coming to Denmark to take advantage of their helpful nature. Today, there is a strong move to block or at least make immigration much harder. If you are willing to partake in the Danish culture, society and contribute instead of just trying to take whatever you can get, than you could be accepted in Denmark as a welcome immigrant. If you have plans to try to manipulate the system, you are going to find it much harder to live here.

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