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What is the Red Carpet Program?

The Red Carpet Program introduces simplified procedures for obtaining Danish Schengen visas for applicants who travel regularly to Denmark for business purposes. The aim is to assist those companies, organisations, NGO’s etc. that have business relations with a Danish company or organisation.

The Red Carpet Program is open to private and public companies or organisations provided they meet the requirements mentioned on the local Danish embassy’s website. The accreditation of a company or organization must have taken place before an employee/associate can benefit from the Red Carpet Program.

What does the Red Carpet Program offer?

  Decision at the mission within three working days.
  Reduced documentation requirements.
  No need to apply in person.
  No need for appointment, you will have access to a VIP counter.
  Multiple-entry visas (minimum one year).
  Access to a VIP hotline from 08:00 – 14:00.
  VIP email access.

VIP hotline contact information:

VAC Beijing:
Phone: 010-84059637
Email: rcpek.dencn@vfshelpline.com

VAC Chongqing:
Phone: 023-63702792  Email: rccq.dencn@vfshelpline.com

VAC Shanghai:
Phone: +86 2165965881, Email: rcsh.dencn@vfshelpline.com

VAC Guangzhoug:
Phone: +86 20 38681734 Email: rcgz.dencn@vfshelpline.com

To find further information please visit this website:

Here you can find further information about the Red Carpet agreement, how you can apply for it, who can apply for it, as well as the terms and conditions regarding the Red Carpet Visa agreement.

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Step 1
Applications for Schengen visa and Danish residence permits are accepted at the Visa Application Centre.

Step 2
Before applying, please ensure you are very clear on your ‘purpose of visit’ – do remember we are here to assist and help you through the entire visa application process but are not permitted to advise or guide you on choosing a visa category. Since our work is primarily administrative in nature, we have no say on whether you will be granted a visa and how long it will take to process, as this is entirely the prerogative of The Royal Danish Missions in China.

Step 3
Please go to the link “All about visas” to understand details of various visas.

Step 4
Please ensure you read the security regulation notices before you visit the Visa Application Centre.