Foreigners wanting to be reunited with their families living in Denmark may find themselves being asked to take a Danish language test before entering the country under new proposed legislation being promoted by the ruling Liberal Party. Under the terms of the bill, Danish embassies will be asked to organise language courses for those aspiring to move to Denmark. The idea is not only to teach would-be-residents the language but also to give them some idea of the nature of the country they are planning to move to. The Netherlands have a similar system. The Social Liberal party is against the idea, seeing it as merely another means of mistreating foreigners.

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