Diplomats and Government Officials (A, G, NATO)
- A-1 or A-2 (Foreign Government Officials)
- C-3 (Foreign Government Officials in Transit)
- G-1, G-2, G-3 or G-4 (International Organizations)
- NATO 1-6 (NATO Officials, Representatives and Employees)
Foreign Government Officials should submit their visa application to the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The ministry will arrange for your application to reach the Consular Section.
Visa applicants from International Organizations should submit their completed visa application to their travel office, which will forward the documents to the Consular Section.
Accredited Diplomats assigned to foreign missions should submit their completed applications directly to the Consular Section.
NATO officials should submit their completed visa applications to their command, which will arrange for the application to reach the Consular Section.
Visa applicants applying for a diplomatic or official visa are exempt from paying the visa application fee as well as attending a visa interview.
A visa application for a Diplomatic or Official visa must include:
- Valid passport
- 1 Photo, please see guidelines.
- Completed visa application form DS-160 “Confirmation Page”, please see instructions.
- Note Verbale issued by the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, international organization, military command or diplomatic mission. The Note Verbale must include the name and title of the applicant as well as the purpose and length of their trip to the United States .
- Self-addressed stamped envelope (90.00 DKK). If your application is submitted through the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, an International Organization or a foreign Diplomatic Mission, the self-addressed stamped envelope is not required.
Spouse and/or Children.
In addition to the items listed above spouse and/or children must submit:
- Marriage Certificate (spouse)
- Birth Certificate (children)
The U.S. Embassy in Copenhagen reserves the right to request a personal interview of any applicant.
A-3, G-5 and NATO-7 visas are issued to attendants and personal employees of persons in following status: A-1 through A-2, G-1 through G-4 and NATO-1 through NATO-6. Although A-3, G-5 and NATO-7 visa applicants are exempt from paying the visa application fee, they are required to schedule a visa interview.
Per the William Wilberforce Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act, all A-3, G-5, and NATO-7 visa applicants must read the below pamphlet, which details their rights, as well as protections and resources available to them while in the United States.