When should the applicant leave Denmark if the asylum case is processed in the Dublin or rejection procedure?

If the immigration authorities decide that the asylum case must be processed in another European country (the Dublin procedure) or refuse to process the asylum case because the applicant has a residence permit as a refugee in another European country, the applicant must leave Denmark. The asylum case is transferred to the Danish Return Agency, which will ensure that the applicant is sent out of Denmark as soon as possible.

If the immigration authorities decide that the asylum case must be processed in another European country (the Dublin procedure) or refuse to process the asylum case because the applicant has a residence permit as a refugee in another European country, the applicant must leave Denmark. The asylum case is transferred to the Danish Return Agency, which will ensure that the applicant is sent out of Denmark as soon as possible. 

In Dublin cases, the Danish immigration authorities have six months to send the asylum seeker out of Denmark from the day on which the Refugee Appeals Board has decided that they are to be transferred to another European country. If the applicant disappears from the asylum center or goes underground, the deadline is extended to 18 months.