What is a residence permit granted to a non-deportable person?

<p><span class="NormalTextRun SCXW132608743 BCX0">An applicant who has<span> been refused a residence permit as a refugee and </span>who<span> </span>subsequently cannot be sent out of Denmark by the Danish authorities can apply for a<span> </span>residence permit as a non-deportable person according to the<span> </span>Danish<span> </span>Aliens Act,<span> </span>Article<span> </span>9C, section 2.</span> </p>

Requirements are that the authorities have not been able to deport the rejected applicant for a period of 18 months, that the rejected applicant has cooperated all along with the authorities regarding the deportation, and that the authorities agree that there is no reasonable expectation of a successful deportation. 

The residence permit in this case is temporary, and there are very few people who in fact receive a residence permit as a non-deportable person in Denmark.