In an attempt to crack down on emerging parallel cultures fuelled by the lack of integration into society, the government now wants to implement strict new policies forcing young children to learn the language.
And if the youngsters are not taught Danish, the parents will lose their child benefits issued from the state.
In a proposal which was presented to parliament last week, it was set out that there should be a minimum language requirement for children already at the age of two.
Currently, three-year-olds from immigrant backgrounds, who do not attend preschool, are required to take a language test.
Denmark has demanded parents from immigrant backgrounds let their children integrate
And if the child is found to not have the age-appropriate level of Danish, they are made to attend preschool and receive an additional 15 hours of language training each week.
The proposal set out that, in addition to two-year-olds taking the test, the language training should be increased to 30 hours.
It also called for parents to lose their child benefits if they refused to allow the youngster to attend preschool.
The parliamentary hearing of the proposal saw it gain a vast support, with the Danish People's Party and the Social Democrats urging it to come into effect already this summer.
We have not dared to say that we expect and demand that they provide for themselves
The Government’s proposal comes after immigration minister Inger Støjberg blasted Denmark’s ‘soft-touch’ approach to migrants as a report found more than 30 ghettos were flourishing in the Scandinavian country.
Denmark has attempted to throttle the culture of unemployment and criminality for 30 years, however a shocking report by the Kraks Fund for Urban Research has revealed the situation has only worsened.
Since the deprived neighbourhoods emerged three decades ago, the government has repeatedly tried to crack down on the lawless areas.
However, they show no signs of disappearing as immigration without proper integration has increased.
Ms Støjberg said one of the problems was the increased level of migrants living in the country, who are refusing to adhere to Danish society.
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The leading politician said: “[The report] shows that the integration in Denmark has failed.
“In my opinion it is because we have been too scared to set out clear demands to the people coming to Denmark.
“We have not dared to say that we expect and demand that they provide for themselves and their families, and that we expect them to adjust to Danish values.”
Ms Støjberg added: “When we make no demands and we are not ready to make laws and rules up that tighten up the labour market, we'll see what we see today.
“So when you add that to the large influx of foreigners to Denmark, it can’t baffle anyone that we are where we are today.”