Deport that studentBMJ 2008; 337 doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmj.a2912 (Published 15 December 2008) Cite this as: BMJ 2008;337:a2912
- Stefan K Burgdorf, registrar,
- Jakob Burcharth, research assistant,
- Jacob Rosenberg, professor
- 1Department of Surgical Gastroenterology Z 2, Gentofte Hospital, University of Copenhagen, DK-2900, Denmark
- S K Burgdorf
Being born to Danish parents is the most common and easiest way to obtain Danish citizenship.1 People can also become Danish citizens in one of the following ways: automatically at adoption (children under 12), at naturalisation (by Danish law), or by declaration (Nordic citizens only).
People who apply for Danish citizenship by naturalisation must pass a test on Danish society, Danish culture, and Danish history.1 2 This test is comparable to the United Kingdom’s “life in the UK test,” which people must pass to become a British citizen.3 The Danish test …
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