The DRC Asylum Department offers counselling to refugees, immigrants and Danish citizens with dual citizenship about repatriation (returning home voluntarily).
In January 2000 the Danish Act of Repatriation came into force, providing amongst others, financial support to people who wish to repatriate.
If you consider returning voluntarily to your country of origin or former country of residence, a counsellor from DRC Danish Refugee Council can provide you information about your rights and possibilities.
DRC Danish Refugee Council has gathered substantial knowledge about those who return home, and those who choose to live in Denmark. We have also gained insight into what makes a return successful.
DRC Danish Refugee Council produces folders about repatriation (returning home voluntarily). The folders are translated into various languages: Bosnian, Turkish, Arabic, Kurdish, Farsi, Russian, Somali, Thai and Vietnamese.
On this page, you can find films about repatriation (returning home voluntarily). The films touch on some important considerations to have in mind before choosing whether to repatriate or stay in Denmark.