Denmark is one of the European countries to allow migrants to live and work in its country without requiring a residence permit.
But the country has also recently become the scene of a refugee crisis as more and more people from war-torn Syria, Iraq and Eritrea have sought asylum.
This article will explain the asylum laws and procedures for asylum seekers in Denmark.
It will also look at the current asylum situation in Denmark and how the government plans to deal with the growing number of asylum seekers.
The article will also discuss the government’s plans to tackle the crisis and the Danish People’s Party’s response.