Notice Of Payment And Refund Of Fees For Filing Applications And Complaints In Areas Relating To Family Reunification, Religious Workers, Etc. And Indefinite Leave

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om indbetaling og tilbagebetaling af gebyrer for at indgive ansøgninger og klager på områderne vedrørende familiesammenføring, religiøse forkyndere m.v. og tidsubegrænset opholdstilladelse

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Overview (table of contents)



Chapter 1



Deposit





Chapter 2



Back payment





Chapter 3



Date of entry into force and transitional provisions



The full text of the Ordinance on the deposit and refund of fees for filing applications and complaints in areas relating to family reunification, religious workers, etc. and indefinite leave

Pursuant to § 9 (h) (7) of the Aliens Act, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 947 of 24. August 2011, fixed: Chapter 1 section 1 Deposit. Fee in accordance with the Aliens Act section 9 h (1). 1, 8, 12, 13 and 19, shall be paid to a bank account designated by the immigration service, see. However, paragraphs 2 to 4. Fee in accordance with the Aliens Act section 9 h (1). 17, for the submission of application for extension of a residence permit, which is referred to in the Aliens Act section 9 h (1). 12, shall be paid to a bank account designated by the immigration service, see. However, paragraphs 2 to 4.

(2). Where the application is filed for a residence permit to a Danish representation abroad, the fee paid to the Danish representation on one of representation advised way, if due to local conditions, it is not possible to make any deposit to a bank account designated by the immigration service.

(3). Where the application is filed at a private company or organization, without prejudice. foreigners notice section 29, paragraph 4, nr. 2, the fee paid through the company or organization to a Danish representation abroad if it due to local conditions, it is not possible to make any deposit to a bank account designated by the immigration service.

(4). Where the application is filed to another country's representation, see. foreigners notice section 29, paragraph 4, nr. 1, and it is due to local conditions is not possible to make deposit to a bank account designated by the immigration service, the fee can be paid to the immigration service at one of the immigration service instructed otherwise.

§ 2. Fee in accordance with the Aliens Act section 9 h, paragraph 2 1. item, for the submission of application for resumption of a case in which the Danish immigration service has taken a decision on the basis of an application within the scope of the Aliens Act section 9 h (1). 1, 8, 12, 13 or 19, shall be paid to a bank account designated by the immigration service, see. However, paragraphs 2 and 3. Fee in accordance with the Aliens Act section 9 h, paragraph 2 1. item, for the submission of application for resumption of a case in which the Danish immigration service has taken a decision on the basis of an application within the scope of the Aliens Act section 9 h (1). 17, for an extension of a residence permit, which is referred to in the Aliens Act section 9 h (1). 12, shall be paid to a bank account designated by the immigration service, see. However, paragraphs 2 and 3.

(2). Submitted the application for revision of a decision of the immigration service through a Danish representation abroad, the fee paid to the Danish representation on one of representation advised way, if due to local conditions, it is not possible to make any deposit to a bank account designated by the immigration service.

(3). Submitted the application for revision of a decision of the immigration service not through a Danish representation abroad, and it is due to local conditions is not possible to make deposit to a bank account designated by the immigration service, the fee can be paid to the immigration service at one of the immigration service instructed otherwise.

§ 3. Fee in accordance with the Aliens Act section 9 h, paragraph 2 2. item, for the submission of a complaint against a decision by the immigration service on the basis of an application within the scope of the Aliens Act section 9 h (1). 1, 8, 12, 13 or 19, and fee after the Aliens Act section 9 h (2), (3). item, for the submission of application for resumption of an appeal concerning a decision of the immigration service on the basis of an application within the scope of the Aliens Act section 9 h (1). 1, 8, 12, 13 or 19, shall be paid to a bank account designated by the Ministry of Justice, without prejudice. However, paragraphs 2 and 3. Fee in accordance with the Aliens Act section 9 h, paragraph 2 2. item, for the submission of a complaint against a decision by the immigration service on the basis of an application within the scope of the Aliens Act section 9 h (1). 17, for an extension of a residence permit, which is referred to in the Aliens Act section 9 h (1). 12, and the fee in accordance with the Aliens Act section 9 h (2), (3). item, for the submission of application for resumption of an appeal concerning a decision of the immigration service on the basis of an application within the scope of the Aliens Act section 9 h (1). 17, for an extension of a residence permit, which is referred to in the Aliens Act section 9 h (1). 12, shall be paid to a bank account designated by the Ministry of Justice, without prejudice. However, paragraphs 2 and 3.

(2). Are submitted the complaint or application for resumption of a complaint through a Danish representation abroad, the fee paid to the Danish representation on one of representation advised way, if due to local conditions, it is not possible to make any deposit to a bank account designated by the Ministry of Justice.

(3). Are submitted the complaint or application for resumption of an appeal not through a Danish representation abroad, and it is due to local conditions is not possible to make deposit to a bank account designated by the Ministry of Justice, the fee paid to the Ministry of Justice can at one of the Ministry of Justice instructed otherwise.

§ 4. Payment in accordance with § § 1-3 must be in Danish kroner, see. However, 2. and (3). paragraph If it because of local conditions, it is not possible to make payment in Danish kroner, can payment be made in euro. If the fee is paid to a Danish representation abroad, payment can be made in local currency.

(2). With effect for the period from 1 January. January 2012 – 31. December 2012 represents it in the Aliens Act section 9 h (1). 1, the amounts referred to 8,000 DKK (equivalent to 1,081 euro, since a euro rate of 740 is taken into account for the calculation).

(3). With effect for the period from 1 January. January 2012 – 31. December 2012 represents it in the Aliens Act section 9 h (1). 8, said amounts 8,000 DKK (equivalent to 1,081 euro, since a euro rate of 740 is taken into account for the calculation).

(4). With effect for the period from 1 January. January 2012 – 31. December 2012 represents it in the Aliens Act section 9 h (1). 12, the amounts referred to 2,185 USD (equivalent to 295 euro, with a euro rate of 740 is taken into account for the calculation).

(5). With effect for the period from 1 January. January 2012 – 31. December 2012 represents it in the Aliens Act section 9 h (1). 13, amounts referred to 1,775 USD (equivalent to 240 euro, with a euro rate of 740 is taken into account for the calculation).

(6). With effect for the period from 1 January. January 2012 – 31. December 2012 represents it in the Aliens Act section 9 h (1). 17, the said amount, upon application for extension of a residence permit, which is referred to in the Aliens Act section 9 h (1). 12, 1,700 KR. (equivalent to 230 euro, with a euro rate of 740 is taken into account for the calculation).

(7). With effect for the period from 1 January. January 2012 – 31. December 2012 represents it in the Aliens Act section 9 h (1). 19, amounts referred to 3,655 USD (equivalent to EUR 494, since a euro exchange rate of 740 is taken into account for the calculation).

(8). With effect for the period from 1 January. January 2012 – 31. December 2012 represents it in the Aliens Act section 9 h, paragraph 2 1. paragraph, mentioned amount upon application for revision of a case in which the Danish immigration service has taken a decision on the basis of an application within the scope of the Aliens Act section 9 h (1). 1, 8, 12, 13 or 19, 770 kroner (equivalent to 104 euros, since a euro exchange rate of 740 is taken into account for the calculation).

(9). With effect for the period from 1 January. January 2012 – 31. December 2012 represents it in the Aliens Act section 9 h, paragraph 2 1. paragraph, mentioned amount upon application for revision of a case in which the Danish immigration service has taken a decision on the basis of an application within the scope of the Aliens Act section 9 h (1). 17, for an extension of a residence permit, which is referred to in the Aliens Act section 9 h (1). 12, 770 kroner (equivalent to 104 euros, since a euro exchange rate of 740 is taken into account for the calculation).

Paragraph 10. With effect for the period from 1 January. January 2012 – 31. December 2012 represents it in the Aliens Act section 9 h, paragraph 2 2. point, said amounts, by lodging a complaint against a decision by the immigration service on the basis of an application within the scope of the Aliens Act section 9 h (1). 1, 8, 12, 13 or 19, 770 kroner (equivalent to 104 euros, since a euro exchange rate of 740 is taken into account for the calculation).

Paragraph 11. With effect for the period from 1 January. January 2012 – 31. December 2012 represents it in the Aliens Act section 9 h, paragraph 2 2. point, said amounts, by lodging a complaint against a decision by the immigration service on the basis of an application within the scope of the Aliens Act section 9 h (1). 17, for an extension of a residence permit, which is referred to in the Aliens Act section 9 h (1). 12, 770 kroner (equivalent to 104 euros, since a euro exchange rate of 740 is taken into account for the calculation).

Paragraph 12. With effect for the period from 1 January. January 2012 – 31. December 2012 represents it in the Aliens Act section 9 h (2), (3). point, said amounts, by submitting an application for resumption of an appeal concerning a decision of the immigration service on the basis of an application within the scope of the Aliens Act section 9 h (1). 1, 8, 12, 13 or 19, 770 kroner (equivalent to 104 euros, since a euro exchange rate of 740 is taken into account for the calculation).


Paragraph 13. With effect for the period from 1 January. January 2012 – 31. December 2012 represents it in the Aliens Act section 9 h (2), (3). point, said amounts, by submitting an application for resumption of an appeal concerning a decision of the immigration service on the basis of an application within the scope of the Aliens Act section 9 h (1). 17, for an extension of a residence permit, which is referred to in the Aliens Act section 9 h (1). 12, 770 kroner (equivalent to 104 euros, since a euro exchange rate of 740 is taken into account for the calculation).

§ 5. The Ministry shall draw up on the basis of consultation by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs a list of the places where it due to local conditions, it is not possible to make any deposit to a bank account designated by the immigration service or the Ministry of Justice. The list will be published on the Immigration services website (www.nyidanmark.dk) and is updated continuously.

§ 6. Payment in accordance with sections 1-3, must be accompanied by information from the payer of the relevant sagsbestillings id, unless payment is made to a Danish representation abroad or through a private company or organization. By sagsbestillings-id is a unique number that is dragged in the aliens authorities sagsbestillingssystem in order that the application or complaint can be linked to the payment. Immigration authorities shall assist, as necessary, with contraction of sagsbestillings-id.

Chapter 2 reimbursement section 7. Fee that has been paid for the submission of an application as referred to in the Aliens Act section 9 h (1). 1, 8, 12, 13 and 19 shall be refunded if the application is lodged by 1) a person who is not entitled to file the application, 2) Denmark's international obligations or the EU rules may dictate that the application should be allowed to be filed without payment of the fee referred to in article 6. Aliens Act section 9 h, (1), (3) the application shall be rejected in accordance with the Aliens Act) § 9 (h), (4) 1. point, or 4) application is rejected on the basis other than lack of fee payment.

(2). Fee that has been paid for the submission of an application as referred to in the Aliens Act section 9 h (1). 17, for an extension of a residence permit, which is referred to in the Aliens Act section 9 h (1). 12, will be refunded, if 1) application has been lodged by someone who is not entitled to file the application, 2) Denmark's international obligations or the EU rules may dictate that the application should be allowed to be filed without payment of the fee referred to in article 6. Aliens Act section 9 h, (1), (3) the application shall be rejected in accordance with the Aliens Act) § 9 (h), (4) 1. point, or 4) application is rejected on the basis other than lack of fee payment.

(3). By repayment in accordance with paragraph 1, nr. 4, and (2). 4 shall be reimbursed to the deposited fee deducted an amount referred to in article 6. Aliens Act section 9 h, paragraph (4), 2. point, as with effect for the period from 1 January. January 2012 – 31. December 2012 represents 770 kr.

§ 8. Fee that has been paid for the submission of application for resumption of a case in which the Danish immigration service has taken a decision on the basis of an application within the scope of the Aliens Act section 9 h (1). 1, 8, 12, 13 or 19 shall be refunded if the application for resumption 1) is filed by a person who is not entitled to request the resumption of the case 2) the requirement payment of fee waived as a result of EU rules, see. Aliens Act section 9 h, paragraph 2 1. PT., 3) application for resumption to be rejected in accordance with the Aliens Act section 9 h, paragraph 5, 1. point, or 4) application for resumption are met.

(2). Fee that has been paid for the submission of application for resumption of a case in which the Danish immigration service has taken a decision on the basis of an application within the scope of the Aliens Act section 9 h (1). 17, for an extension of a residence permit, which is referred to in the Aliens Act section 9 h (1). 12, will be refunded, if 1) the application for resumption has been filed by a person who is not entitled to request the resumption of the case 2) the requirement payment of fee waived as a result of EU rules, see. Aliens Act section 9 h, paragraph 2 1. PT., 3) application for resumption to be rejected in accordance with the Aliens Act section 9 h, paragraph 5, 1. point, or 4) application for resumption are met.

§ 9. Fee that has been paid for lodging an appeal against a decision of the immigration service on the basis of an application within the scope of the Aliens Act section 9 h (1). 1, 8, 12, 13 or 19 shall be refunded if the appeal is filed by 1), a person who is not a complaint justified, 2) requirement of deposit of fee waived as a result of EU rules, see. Aliens Act section 9 h, paragraph 2 2. PT., 3) the complaint shall be rejected in accordance with the Aliens Act section 9 h, paragraph 5, 2. point, or 4) the complainant gets completely or partially upheld the complaint.

(2). Fee that has been paid for lodging an appeal against a decision of the immigration service on the basis of an application within the scope of the Aliens Act section 9 h (1). 17, for an extension of a residence permit, which is referred to in the Aliens Act section 9 h (1). 12, shall be refunded if the appeal is filed by 1), a person who is not a complaint justified, 2) requirement of deposit of fee waived as a result of EU rules, see. Aliens Act section 9 h, paragraph 2 2. PT., 3) the complaint shall be rejected in accordance with the Aliens Act section 9 h, paragraph 5, 2. point, or 4) the complainant gets completely or partially upheld the complaint.

§ 10. Fee that has been paid for the submission of application for resumption of an appeal concerning a decision of the immigration service on the basis of an application within the scope of the Aliens Act section 9 h (1). 1, 8, 12, 13 or 19 shall be refunded if the application for resumption 1) is filed by a person who is not entitled to request the resumption of the appeal, 2) requirement payment of fee waived as a result of EU rules, see. Aliens Act section 9 h (2), (3). PT., 3) application for resumption of the appeal shall be rejected in accordance with the Aliens Act section 9 h, paragraph 5, 3. point, or 4) application for resumption of the appeal are met.

(2). Fee that has been paid for the submission of application for resumption of an appeal concerning a decision of the immigration service on the basis of an application within the scope of the Aliens Act section 9 h (1). 17, for an extension of a residence permit, which is referred to in the Aliens Act section 9 h (1). 12, will be refunded, if 1) the application for resumption has been filed by a person who is not entitled to request the resumption of the appeal, 2) requirement payment of fee waived as a result of EU rules, see. Aliens Act section 9 h (2), (3). PT., 3) application for resumption of the appeal shall be rejected in accordance with the Aliens Act section 9 h, paragraph 5, 3. point, or 4) application for resumption of the appeal are met.

§ 11. Repayment in accordance with §§ 7-10 is made by transfer to a bank account designated by the candidate or complaints, see. However, paragraph 2.

(2). If it's due to local conditions, it is not possible to make a refund via transfer to a bank account, a refund can instead be done through a Danish representation abroad.

§ 12. Repayment shall be made in accordance with §§ 7-10 in the currency by which payment is made.

Chapter 3 entry into force and transitional provisions § 13. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. January 2012 00.01 o'clock.

(2). Executive Order No. 1670 by 22. December 2010 about depositing and refunding of fees for filing applications and complaints on family reunification, study and business area is repealed.

The Ministry of Justice, the 13. December 2011 Morten Bødskov/Merete Milo