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Degree Requirements with Job Offer

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jollyhohnson
6/7/2017 20:36 EST

Hi!

I was wondering about a very specific thing that I cannot seem to find answers for.

I have a very likely job offer in Aarhus and I am under the impression that I would be most likely filling out the AR1 for a residence and work permit. I looked at the application, and it is asking for a copy of my degree - is that absolutely necessary to have when immigrating to Denmark on the grounds of a job offer? I may not be graduating, I am not sure yet. But would my application be denied if I had to write a big giant "NO" for completed education, even though i've completed every single class required except for passing one general ed?

Thanks so much, this is yet another thing I'm losing sleep over.

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