The Danish Return Agency is an agency under the Ministry of Immigration and Integration and assumed most of its tasks on 1 August 2020. You can read about the Agency’s responsibilities and organisational structure here.
You have to leave after a final decision
You are living at a return or accommodation centre and are subject to certain obligations
You have been called for an interview with The Danish Return Agency
At the Danish National ID Centre website, you can read about the tasks involved in strengthening security and control efforts in the immigration field
At the Danish Refugee Appeals Board website, you can read about the processing of appeals against asylum-related decisions
At the Danish Immigration Appeals Board website, you can read about the processing of appeals against decisions made by a first-instance agency
The department of the ministry advises and assists the minister of the day for immigration and integration and the government in office at any time. The department serves the minister and handles the general planning and administration of immigration and integration legislation.
The Danish Immigration Service processes cases about asylum, family reunification, tourist visas, permanent residence permits, etc. The agency is responsible for providing accommodation for asylum seekers and compiling immigration statistics.
The Agency for International Recruitment and Integration (SIRI) processes cases regarding residence and work permits for foreign nationals and issues residence documents to EU/EEA nationals. SIRI is also responsible for supporting local authority initiatives to promote integration and prevent honour-based conflicts.