How to leave for Denmark for permanent residence h1>
We are not “defeatists”. In general, we have lived well in Ukraine. Of course, we realized that many are not sweet around. Anyhow, to escape from the country, having taken a tractor, did not draw.
To see the world, to give the son the opportunity to learn in the multilingual environment.
The arguments are good, but other things convinced me:
I already visited Denmark and managed to formulate for myself the idea that this is a country of victorious common sense. Why not go to learn life from them – sent Peter I the youngest to Europe to adopt the experience there. The breakthrough was the reading of an article about the Kurenivka tragedy: in 1961, a factory dam broke through in Kiev, and in the early March morning a 14-meter wave of mud and sand flooded a whole region of Kiev and buried thousands of people (it remained secret for a long time – letters were lustrated, Soviet planes flew around the place tragedy, and so on). I thought that then Chernobyl happened, and now the predicted breakthrough of the dam of the Kiev Sea, already very decrepit (here more in detail on this topic), is on the nose. The reasons for all these man-made disasters, I think, are poor management, and since we have not seen any glimpses in this issue, I decided to wait a few years for the situation to be out of the way. You can consider me paranoid, and thank God that I was wrong this year, but is it really wrong? In the Scandinavian countries everyone speaks English. Like us, they teach him from elementary school, but, unlike us, they also use them, so you can explain with everyone (even with a homeless person).
At some point, I even had a choice between Denmark and England, but, first, Denmark seemed to me to be some more active, technological. Secondly, the Danish visa allowed to travel freely throughout Europe, and English – only in the United Kingdom.
The company where I worked before made me an offer to move to Copenhagen. I have already proven myself at that time, and Europeans, as you probably noticed, it is important to discuss working ideas right on the spot, and not through Skype.
I heard a salary and about the amount that will remain after taxes. About the money below. the company paid for the whole visa process, including me and my wife and son, as well as paid for the flight and transportation of things, of course, I had to pay for housing myself, but promised to help in finding housing (here it is also a problem, too)
The boss sent me a pre-inflated uniform; I wrote my data into it, reported on top of the waste paper and handed it over to the visa center. A temporary visa for 90 days was given after 3 weeks. The money went out 315 UAH ($ 40) to the visa center and 2112 UAH ($ 260) to the Danish consulate from each person.
Finstring I will not do, but you can find out the average salary by profession on JobIndex: type “webudvikler” (“web developer”) in the search bar and you will see such a picture. You can try to adjust the age, experience and dislocation – everything, as in the DOW.
Illustration 1 – average salaries of web developers in Denmark.
Transportation of things.
While I was in Denmark, my households loaded our belongings (things, books – of course, no furniture) into a dozen cardboard boxes, forwarded by “New mail” from Kiev to Sevastopol, and there TNT all this through Germany left for Copenhagen.
Who has been looking for housing with us, knows: the task of a Russian realtor is to create an agiotage. “We have many people wishing to this apartment, so let’s rather decide.” Posts we have stuck with ads “Rent cheap”.
Illustration 2 – view from the DanHostel window to the center of Copenhagen.
Illustration 3 – Amager area: Amager Strand beach with a view of the windmills.
Illustration 4 – Amager district: the famous student hostel of the ITU University (elite even for local)
Illustration 5 – District Amager: the same hostel, view from the inside.
We applied for the connection to the Fullrate provider before the New Year, and connected us already in the middle of January. The monthly fee is 199 CZK ($ 34). We were once again charged 99 kroons for some equipment, 299 kroons for connection, but the wifi-router was proudly declared free of charge.
Obviously, my seven-year-old son does not know Danish, so he can not go to school. We tried to get into the Russian school at the Russian embassy, but there is a very limited number of places that children get to the consuls and employees of Aeroflot. In addition, I thought that moving abroad, but studying in a Russian school – somehow strange. We have other tasks – to adopt local experience, so that we began to consider local options.
Payments on the child.
A little official information. The amount of payment depends on the age of the child. You get a fixed amount for each child.
0-2-year-old child: 4299 Danish kroner for the quarter of 3-6 years: 3402 kroons for the quarter of 7-14 years: 2679 kroons for the quarter of 15-17 years: 893 kroons per month.
Also there is a multiplier, depending on the duration of your stay in the country:
from 6 months – you are paid 25% of this amount, after 1 year – 50%, after 1.5 years – 75%, after 2 years – 100%.
This is called the accrual principle, which applies to foreigners working in Denmark.
From local medicine I have a dissonance, which can be expressed as follows: it is more beneficial to get cancer than to catch a cold. Will explain.
Figure 6 – Front Front. Reception.
Illustration 7 – medical card.
Illustration 8 – clinic.
Do not think that I mention casually – work.
The place of work is indicated on the “Dane card”. If you quit this place, you must within 2 days notify the relevant authority (at least by email), and then you are given six months to find a new job.
Happiness at work.
It is interesting how words in a certain language convey the spiritual values of its bearers.
Illustration 9 – happiness at work as I saw it. In addition to the joystick and dogs in the cockpit, he still has a cigar and music.