Does having a danish passport mean that I have danish citizenship?
Im half danish and born outside denmark, however i have visited denmark for vacation sometimes. my father is full danish and my mother is foreign, i have a danish passport so does that mean i automatically have danish citizenship?
- sunshine_melLv 71 year ago
Passports are issued to citizens.
- ZirpLv 71 year ago
Getting invited to participate in Danish national elections means you are a citizen.
If you are under 18, and your passport says "nationality:Danish", you are just a national
- GypsyfishLv 71 year ago
It's the other way around. First you're a citizen, then you get the passport. Your father must have applied for it for you.
- Anonymous1 year ago
usually passports are only issued to citizens of that country, not sure if Denmark has special exceptions though
A quick investigation does not look like Denmark has any exceptions for receiving a passport, which is usually the case, most countries will only issue passports to citizens, so it looks like you are a citizen of Denmark, which also makes you a citizen of the EU