After the asylum interview, the Danish Immigration Service will look at the explanation and the relevant background information that can be found about the home country. Sometimes the asylum seeker can be summoned for more interviews if the Danish Immigration Service needs more information before a decision can be made in the asylum case.
Some time after the asylum interview, the applicant receives a letter from the Danish Immigration Service with their decision in the asylum case. It can either be a residence permit as a refugee according to the Aliens Act, section 7, subsection. 1, 2 or 3, or a refusal.