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Norway Visa Types

Your journey to the captivating lands of Norway may demand a peculiar travel document, tailored to your nationality. Behold, the gateway to your Scandinavian adventure lies within the realm of visas, each carrying its own significance and purpose.

Before setting foot on Norwegian soil, seek the blessings of the Norwegian diplomatic or consular missions in your homeland. For it is there, under their watchful gaze, that all visas must be procured prior to your departure.

Wanderers, listen closely, for there are four types of VISAS to traverse the realms of Norway:

  • Schengen Visa - Type A for Norway: A pass that unlocks the secrets of the Norwegian territory, beckoning you to explore its marvels within the Schengen Area.
  • Schengen Visa - Type C: An ethereal token, granting passage through the enchanting lands of Norway and the vast expanse of the Schengen Zone. Wander freely, but remember, your adventures must be contained within the designated timeframe.
  • Entry Visa - Type D for Norway: A mysterious visa, granting access to Norway alone. Venture forth with purpose, as you explore the hidden depths of this Nordic wonderland.
  • Residence Permits: A coveted prize, bestowing upon you the gift of long-term dwelling within Norway's embrace. Unlock this treasure, and the magic of Norway becomes a part of your everyday reality.
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A visa is not required for this destination.

Visa is not required for a stay up to 90 days within a 180-day period

Visa is not required for a stay up to 90 days within a 180-day period

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  • Visa application form. Fully completed and signed online application form.

  • Passport copy. Passport must be valid at least 3 months beyond intended travel, issued within the previous 10 years, and containing at least two blank pages.

  • Passport-type photograph. One passport photo of the applicant with white background and not older than six months.

  • Invitation Letter. Invitation letter stating the purpose of the visit and the relation between the applicant
    and the inviter. Proof of relationship between the applicant and the inviter. When visiting several inviters, each inviter should send an invitation.

  • Business Support Letter. Letter from the company or organization with official letterhead, where the applicant is employed, stating the applicant’s identity, the company’s contact details (contact person, e-mail, telephone). The letter should include information regarding the position of the applicant, purpose of the journey, what activities will be performed, whom the applicant will meet in Norway.

    Copy of Identity card from employer and a documentation of leave(if applicable)

  • Business invitation. •Invitation from the Norwegian company or organization, stating the applicant’s identity, the purpose of the journey, the period and place of intended stay. The invitation letter should include information regarding what activities will be performed, whom the applicant will meet while in Norway, and who will cover the travel and living costs.

    •The letter should include the company/organization logo and Norwegian organization
    number.

    •The Norwegian inviter should answer all questions in the questionnaire for
    Business visa found at the end of this checklist.

  • Itinerary. Full itinerary with relevant documentation.

  • Health insurance. Proof of international health insurance with a minimum coverage of EUR 30,000, specifically covering travel to Schengen states is required. The policy should cover all expenses for repatriation, emergency medical aid, and hospital treatment for the period of stay. Applicants can get a free quote and purchase valid travel insurance from our affiliate.

  • Unpaid itinerary. Flight itinerary with round trip and fixed travel dates of maximum 90 days.

    Note: Tickets should be paid for only after the visas have been issued.

  • Proof of accommodation. Proof of accommodation covering the whole duration of the intended stay.

    Note: Accommodation should be paid for only after the visas have been issued.

  • Proof of Sufficient Funds. •Documentation of own funds for the stay if inviting party is not sponsoring the travel
    expenses.

    •Proof of financial means covering NOK 500 per person per day of stay – Copy of
    bank statement covering the last 3 months, copy of last 3 months salary slips or
    pension check stub or similar.

    •If self-employed: tax return from previous fiscal year or proof of previous economic
    activity and of an income during previous fiscal year.

    •Form for Proof of sponsorship and/or private accommodation if inviting party is
    covering the expenses

  • Residency Entry permit card. For applicants who are not citizens of the country where they apply from: copy of valid residence permit or proof of legal stay and re-entry document.

  • Requirements Checklist. Printed and signed copy of Schengen Visa document checklist found on this site.

  • Visa application form. Fully completed and signed online application form.

  • Passport copy. Passport must be valid at least 3 months beyond intended travel, issued within the previous 10 years, and containing at least two blank pages.

  • Passport-type photograph. One passport photo of the applicant with white background and not older than six months.

  • Itinerary. Full itinerary with relevant documentation.

  • Health insurance. Proof of international health insurance with a minimum coverage of EUR 30,000, specifically covering travel to Schengen states is required. The policy should cover all expenses for repatriation, emergency medical aid, and hospital treatment for the period of stay. Applicants can get a free quote and purchase valid travel insurance from our affiliate.

  • Unpaid itinerary. Flight itinerary with round trip and fixed travel dates of maximum 90 days.

    Note: Tickets should be paid for only after the visas have been issued.

  • Proof of accommodation. Proof of accommodation covering the whole duration of the intended stay.

    Note: Accommodation should be paid for only after the visas have been issued.

  • Proof of Sufficient Funds. •Documentation of own funds for the stay if inviting party is not sponsoring the travel
    expenses.

    •Proof of financial means covering NOK 500 per person per day of stay – Copy of
    bank statement covering the last 3 months, copy of last 3 months salary slips or
    pension check stub or similar.

    •If self-employed: tax return from previous fiscal year or proof of previous economic
    activity and of an income during previous fiscal year.

    •Form for Proof of sponsorship and/or private accommodation if inviting party is
    covering the expenses

  • Requirements Checklist. Printed and signed copy of Schengen Visa document checklist found on this site.

  • Residency Entry permit card. For applicants who are not citizens of the country where they apply from: copy of valid residence permit or proof of legal stay and re-entry document.

  • For minors. If the applicant is minor and travels without parents or with one parent: officially recognized statement from both parents (this condition shall not apply if there is only a single parent or he/she holds the parental authority alone) or legal guardian authorizing the child to travel and covering the costs with evidence on the existence of the financial coverage.

  • Visa application form. Fully completed and signed online application form.

  • Passport copy. Passport must be valid at least 3 months beyond intended travel, issued within the previous 10 years, and containing at least two blank pages.

  • Passport-type photograph. One passport photo of the applicant with white background and not older than six months.

  • Invitation Letter. Invitation letter stating the purpose of the visit and the relation between the applicant
    and the inviter. Proof of relationship between the applicant and the inviter. When visiting several inviters, each inviter should send an invitation.

  • Business Support Letter. Letter from the company or organization with official letterhead, where the applicant is employed, stating the applicant’s identity, the company’s contact details (contact person, e-mail, telephone). The letter should include information regarding the position of the applicant, purpose of the journey, what activities will be performed, whom the applicant will meet in Norway.

    Copy of Identity card from employer and a documentation of leave(if applicable)

  • Business invitation. •Invitation from the Norwegian company or organization, stating the applicant’s identity, the purpose of the journey, the period and place of intended stay. The invitation letter should include information regarding what activities will be performed, whom the applicant will meet while in Norway, and who will cover the travel and living costs.

    •The letter should include the company/organization logo and Norwegian organization
    number.

    •The Norwegian inviter should answer all questions in the questionnaire for
    Business visa found at the end of this checklist.

  • Itinerary. Full itinerary with relevant documentation.

  • Health insurance. Proof of international health insurance with a minimum coverage of EUR 30,000, specifically covering travel to Schengen states is required. The policy should cover all expenses for repatriation, emergency medical aid, and hospital treatment for the period of stay. Applicants can get a free quote and purchase valid travel insurance from our affiliate.

  • Unpaid itinerary. Flight itinerary with round trip and fixed travel dates of maximum 90 days.

    Note: Tickets should be paid for only after the visas have been issued.

  • Proof of accommodation. Proof of accommodation covering the whole duration of the intended stay.

    Note: Accommodation should be paid for only after the visas have been issued.

  • Proof of Sufficient Funds. •Documentation of own funds for the stay if inviting party is not sponsoring the travel
    expenses.

    •Proof of financial means covering NOK 500 per person per day of stay – Copy of
    bank statement covering the last 3 months, copy of last 3 months salary slips or
    pension check stub or similar.

    •If self-employed: tax return from previous fiscal year or proof of previous economic
    activity and of an income during previous fiscal year.

    •Form for Proof of sponsorship and/or private accommodation if inviting party is
    covering the expenses

  • Residency Entry permit card. For applicants who are not citizens of the country where they apply from: copy of valid residence permit or proof of legal stay and re-entry document.

  • Requirements Checklist. Printed and signed copy of Schengen Visa document checklist found on this site.

  • Visa application form. Fully completed and signed online application form.

  • Passport copy. Passport must be valid at least 3 months beyond intended travel, issued within the previous 10 years, and containing at least two blank pages.

  • Passport-type photograph. One passport photo of the applicant with white background and not older than six months.

  • Itinerary. Full itinerary with relevant documentation.

  • Health insurance. Proof of international health insurance with a minimum coverage of EUR 30,000, specifically covering travel to Schengen states is required. The policy should cover all expenses for repatriation, emergency medical aid, and hospital treatment for the period of stay. Applicants can get a free quote and purchase valid travel insurance from our affiliate.

  • Unpaid itinerary. Flight itinerary with round trip and fixed travel dates of maximum 90 days.

    Note: Tickets should be paid for only after the visas have been issued.

  • Proof of accommodation. Proof of accommodation covering the whole duration of the intended stay.

    Note: Accommodation should be paid for only after the visas have been issued.

  • Proof of Sufficient Funds. •Documentation of own funds for the stay if inviting party is not sponsoring the travel
    expenses.

    •Proof of financial means covering NOK 500 per person per day of stay – Copy of
    bank statement covering the last 3 months, copy of last 3 months salary slips or
    pension check stub or similar.

    •If self-employed: tax return from previous fiscal year or proof of previous economic
    activity and of an income during previous fiscal year.

    •Form for Proof of sponsorship and/or private accommodation if inviting party is
    covering the expenses

  • Requirements Checklist. Printed and signed copy of Schengen Visa document checklist found on this site.

  • Residency Entry permit card. For applicants who are not citizens of the country where they apply from: copy of valid residence permit or proof of legal stay and re-entry document.

  • For minors. If the applicant is minor and travels without parents or with one parent: officially recognized statement from both parents (this condition shall not apply if there is only a single parent or he/she holds the parental authority alone) or legal guardian authorizing the child to travel and covering the costs with evidence on the existence of the financial coverage.

  • Visa application form. Fully completed and signed online application form.

  • Passport copy. Passport must be valid at least 3 months beyond intended travel, issued within the previous 10 years, and containing at least two blank pages.

  • Passport-type photograph. One passport photo of the applicant with white background and not older than six months.

  • Invitation Letter. Invitation letter stating the purpose of the visit and the relation between the applicant
    and the inviter. Proof of relationship between the applicant and the inviter. When visiting several inviters, each inviter should send an invitation.

  • Business Support Letter. Letter from the company or organization with official letterhead, where the applicant is employed, stating the applicant’s identity, the company’s contact details (contact person, e-mail, telephone). The letter should include information regarding the position of the applicant, purpose of the journey, what activities will be performed, whom the applicant will meet in Norway.

    Copy of Identity card from employer and a documentation of leave(if applicable)

  • Business invitation. •Invitation from the Norwegian company or organization, stating the applicant’s identity, the purpose of the journey, the period and place of intended stay. The invitation letter should include information regarding what activities will be performed, whom the applicant will meet while in Norway, and who will cover the travel and living costs.

    •The letter should include the company/organization logo and Norwegian organization
    number.

    •The Norwegian inviter should answer all questions in the questionnaire for
    Business visa found at the end of this checklist.

  • Itinerary. Full itinerary with relevant documentation.

  • Health insurance. Proof of international health insurance with a minimum coverage of EUR 30,000, specifically covering travel to Schengen states is required. The policy should cover all expenses for repatriation, emergency medical aid, and hospital treatment for the period of stay. Applicants can get a free quote and purchase valid travel insurance from our affiliate.

  • Unpaid itinerary. Flight itinerary with round trip and fixed travel dates of maximum 90 days.

    Note: Tickets should be paid for only after the visas have been issued.

  • Proof of accommodation. Proof of accommodation covering the whole duration of the intended stay.

    Note: Accommodation should be paid for only after the visas have been issued.

  • Proof of Sufficient Funds. •Documentation of own funds for the stay if inviting party is not sponsoring the travel
    expenses.

    •Proof of financial means covering NOK 500 per person per day of stay – Copy of
    bank statement covering the last 3 months, copy of last 3 months salary slips or
    pension check stub or similar.

    •If self-employed: tax return from previous fiscal year or proof of previous economic
    activity and of an income during previous fiscal year.

    •Form for Proof of sponsorship and/or private accommodation if inviting party is
    covering the expenses

  • Residency Entry permit card. For applicants who are not citizens of the country where they apply from: copy of valid residence permit or proof of legal stay and re-entry document.

  • Requirements Checklist. Printed and signed copy of Schengen Visa document checklist found on this site.

  • Visa application form. Fully completed and signed online application form.

  • Passport copy. Passport must be valid at least 3 months beyond intended travel, issued within the previous 10 years, and containing at least two blank pages.

  • Passport-type photograph. One passport photo of the applicant with white background and not older than six months.

  • Itinerary. Full itinerary with relevant documentation.

  • Health insurance. Proof of international health insurance with a minimum coverage of EUR 30,000, specifically covering travel to Schengen states is required. The policy should cover all expenses for repatriation, emergency medical aid, and hospital treatment for the period of stay. Applicants can get a free quote and purchase valid travel insurance from our affiliate.

  • Unpaid itinerary. Flight itinerary with round trip and fixed travel dates of maximum 90 days.

    Note: Tickets should be paid for only after the visas have been issued.

  • Proof of accommodation. Proof of accommodation covering the whole duration of the intended stay.

    Note: Accommodation should be paid for only after the visas have been issued.

  • Proof of Sufficient Funds. •Documentation of own funds for the stay if inviting party is not sponsoring the travel
    expenses.

    •Proof of financial means covering NOK 500 per person per day of stay – Copy of
    bank statement covering the last 3 months, copy of last 3 months salary slips or
    pension check stub or similar.

    •If self-employed: tax return from previous fiscal year or proof of previous economic
    activity and of an income during previous fiscal year.

    •Form for Proof of sponsorship and/or private accommodation if inviting party is
    covering the expenses

  • Requirements Checklist. Printed and signed copy of Schengen Visa document checklist found on this site.

  • Residency Entry permit card. For applicants who are not citizens of the country where they apply from: copy of valid residence permit or proof of legal stay and re-entry document.

  • For minors. If the applicant is minor and travels without parents or with one parent: officially recognized statement from both parents (this condition shall not apply if there is only a single parent or he/she holds the parental authority alone) or legal guardian authorizing the child to travel and covering the costs with evidence on the existence of the financial coverage.

  • Visa application form. Fully completed and signed online application form.

  • Passport copy. Passport must be valid at least 3 months beyond intended travel, issued within the previous 10 years, and containing at least two blank pages.

  • Passport-type photograph. One passport photo of the applicant with white background and not older than six months.

  • Invitation Letter. Invitation letter stating the purpose of the visit and the relation between the applicant
    and the inviter. Proof of relationship between the applicant and the inviter. When visiting several inviters, each inviter should send an invitation.

  • Business Support Letter. Letter from the company or organization with official letterhead, where the applicant is employed, stating the applicant’s identity, the company’s contact details (contact person, e-mail, telephone). The letter should include information regarding the position of the applicant, purpose of the journey, what activities will be performed, whom the applicant will meet in Norway.

    Copy of Identity card from employer and a documentation of leave(if applicable)

  • Business invitation. •Invitation from the Norwegian company or organization, stating the applicant’s identity, the purpose of the journey, the period and place of intended stay. The invitation letter should include information regarding what activities will be performed, whom the applicant will meet while in Norway, and who will cover the travel and living costs.

    •The letter should include the company/organization logo and Norwegian organization
    number.

    •The Norwegian inviter should answer all questions in the questionnaire for
    Business visa found at the end of this checklist.

  • Itinerary. Full itinerary with relevant documentation.

  • Health insurance. Proof of international health insurance with a minimum coverage of EUR 30,000, specifically covering travel to Schengen states is required. The policy should cover all expenses for repatriation, emergency medical aid, and hospital treatment for the period of stay. Applicants can get a free quote and purchase valid travel insurance from our affiliate.

  • Unpaid itinerary. Flight itinerary with round trip and fixed travel dates of maximum 90 days.

    Note: Tickets should be paid for only after the visas have been issued.

  • Proof of accommodation. Proof of accommodation covering the whole duration of the intended stay.

    Note: Accommodation should be paid for only after the visas have been issued.

  • Proof of Sufficient Funds. •Documentation of own funds for the stay if inviting party is not sponsoring the travel
    expenses.

    •Proof of financial means covering NOK 500 per person per day of stay – Copy of
    bank statement covering the last 3 months, copy of last 3 months salary slips or
    pension check stub or similar.

    •If self-employed: tax return from previous fiscal year or proof of previous economic
    activity and of an income during previous fiscal year.

    •Form for Proof of sponsorship and/or private accommodation if inviting party is
    covering the expenses

  • Residency Entry permit card. For applicants who are not citizens of the country where they apply from: copy of valid residence permit or proof of legal stay and re-entry document.

  • Requirements Checklist. Printed and signed copy of Schengen Visa document checklist found on this site.

  • Visa application form. Fully completed and signed online application form.

  • Passport copy. Passport must be valid at least 3 months beyond intended travel, issued within the previous 10 years, and containing at least two blank pages.

  • Passport-type photograph. One passport photo of the applicant with white background and not older than six months.

  • Itinerary. Full itinerary with relevant documentation.

  • Health insurance. Proof of international health insurance with a minimum coverage of EUR 30,000, specifically covering travel to Schengen states is required. The policy should cover all expenses for repatriation, emergency medical aid, and hospital treatment for the period of stay. Applicants can get a free quote and purchase valid travel insurance from our affiliate.

  • Unpaid itinerary. Flight itinerary with round trip and fixed travel dates of maximum 90 days.

    Note: Tickets should be paid for only after the visas have been issued.

  • Proof of accommodation. Proof of accommodation covering the whole duration of the intended stay.

    Note: Accommodation should be paid for only after the visas have been issued.

  • Proof of Sufficient Funds. •Documentation of own funds for the stay if inviting party is not sponsoring the travel
    expenses.

    •Proof of financial means covering NOK 500 per person per day of stay – Copy of
    bank statement covering the last 3 months, copy of last 3 months salary slips or
    pension check stub or similar.

    •If self-employed: tax return from previous fiscal year or proof of previous economic
    activity and of an income during previous fiscal year.

    •Form for Proof of sponsorship and/or private accommodation if inviting party is
    covering the expenses

  • Requirements Checklist. Printed and signed copy of Schengen Visa document checklist found on this site.

  • Residency Entry permit card. For applicants who are not citizens of the country where they apply from: copy of valid residence permit or proof of legal stay and re-entry document.

  • For minors. If the applicant is minor and travels without parents or with one parent: officially recognized statement from both parents (this condition shall not apply if there is only a single parent or he/she holds the parental authority alone) or legal guardian authorizing the child to travel and covering the costs with evidence on the existence of the financial coverage.

  • Visa application form. Fully completed and signed online application form.

  • Passport copy. Passport must be valid at least 3 months beyond intended travel, issued within the previous 10 years, and containing at least two blank pages.

  • Passport-type photograph. One passport photo of the applicant with white background and not older than six months.

  • Invitation Letter. Invitation letter stating the purpose of the visit and the relation between the applicant
    and the inviter. Proof of relationship between the applicant and the inviter. When visiting several inviters, each inviter should send an invitation.

  • Business Support Letter. Letter from the company or organization with official letterhead, where the applicant is employed, stating the applicant’s identity, the company’s contact details (contact person, e-mail, telephone). The letter should include information regarding the position of the applicant, purpose of the journey, what activities will be performed, whom the applicant will meet in Norway.

    Copy of Identity card from employer and a documentation of leave(if applicable)

  • Business invitation. •Invitation from the Norwegian company or organization, stating the applicant’s identity, the purpose of the journey, the period and place of intended stay. The invitation letter should include information regarding what activities will be performed, whom the applicant will meet while in Norway, and who will cover the travel and living costs.

    •The letter should include the company/organization logo and Norwegian organization
    number.

    •The Norwegian inviter should answer all questions in the questionnaire for
    Business visa found at the end of this checklist.

  • Itinerary. Full itinerary with relevant documentation.

  • Health insurance. Proof of international health insurance with a minimum coverage of EUR 30,000, specifically covering travel to Schengen states is required. The policy should cover all expenses for repatriation, emergency medical aid, and hospital treatment for the period of stay. Applicants can get a free quote and purchase valid travel insurance from our affiliate.

  • Unpaid itinerary. Flight itinerary with round trip and fixed travel dates of maximum 90 days.

    Note: Tickets should be paid for only after the visas have been issued.

  • Proof of accommodation. Proof of accommodation covering the whole duration of the intended stay.

    Note: Accommodation should be paid for only after the visas have been issued.

  • Proof of Sufficient Funds. •Documentation of own funds for the stay if inviting party is not sponsoring the travel
    expenses.

    •Proof of financial means covering NOK 500 per person per day of stay – Copy of
    bank statement covering the last 3 months, copy of last 3 months salary slips or
    pension check stub or similar.

    •If self-employed: tax return from previous fiscal year or proof of previous economic
    activity and of an income during previous fiscal year.

    •Form for Proof of sponsorship and/or private accommodation if inviting party is
    covering the expenses

  • Residency Entry permit card. For applicants who are not citizens of the country where they apply from: copy of valid residence permit or proof of legal stay and re-entry document.

  • Requirements Checklist. Printed and signed copy of Schengen Visa document checklist found on this site.

  • Visa application form. Fully completed and signed online application form.

  • Passport copy. Passport must be valid at least 3 months beyond intended travel, issued within the previous 10 years, and containing at least two blank pages.

  • Passport-type photograph. One passport photo of the applicant with white background and not older than six months.

  • Itinerary. Full itinerary with relevant documentation.

  • Health insurance. Proof of international health insurance with a minimum coverage of EUR 30,000, specifically covering travel to Schengen states is required. The policy should cover all expenses for repatriation, emergency medical aid, and hospital treatment for the period of stay. Applicants can get a free quote and purchase valid travel insurance from our affiliate.

  • Unpaid itinerary. Flight itinerary with round trip and fixed travel dates of maximum 90 days.

    Note: Tickets should be paid for only after the visas have been issued.

  • Proof of accommodation. Proof of accommodation covering the whole duration of the intended stay.

    Note: Accommodation should be paid for only after the visas have been issued.

  • Proof of Sufficient Funds. •Documentation of own funds for the stay if inviting party is not sponsoring the travel
    expenses.

    •Proof of financial means covering NOK 500 per person per day of stay – Copy of
    bank statement covering the last 3 months, copy of last 3 months salary slips or
    pension check stub or similar.

    •If self-employed: tax return from previous fiscal year or proof of previous economic
    activity and of an income during previous fiscal year.

    •Form for Proof of sponsorship and/or private accommodation if inviting party is
    covering the expenses

  • Requirements Checklist. Printed and signed copy of Schengen Visa document checklist found on this site.

  • Residency Entry permit card. For applicants who are not citizens of the country where they apply from: copy of valid residence permit or proof of legal stay and re-entry document.

  • For minors. If the applicant is minor and travels without parents or with one parent: officially recognized statement from both parents (this condition shall not apply if there is only a single parent or he/she holds the parental authority alone) or legal guardian authorizing the child to travel and covering the costs with evidence on the existence of the financial coverage.

VisaHQ can provide consultation services prior to your application submission. You must still schedule an appointment to submit your paperwork at your nearest consulate. All Schengen Zone visa applications must be submitted by the applicant in person.

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A visa is not required for this destination.

A visa is not required for this destination.


Sounds good! What else do I need to know while planning a trip to Norway?
  • First, check the current validity of your passport.

  • Second, make sure your passport has blank Visa pages.

  • Confirm if transit visa is required for any connections.

    Check with your airline in case you have connecting flights overseas as part of your journey to Norway. It may be the case that countries you pass through en route to your destination may require a separate transit visa. Please refer to visa requirements of the specific country
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    Biometrics

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    Norway tourist visas may be issued with a max stay of up to 90 days.
    The actual duration is at the discretion of the Norway Consulate.
    Expert in Norway visa services since 2003, VisaHQ is a private agency, not affiliated with the government of Norway. VisaHQ provides expediting services for visa to Norway and charges a service fee.
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    Norway Visa Policy

    Norway stands among Europe's most captivating destinations, attracting numerous visitors from all over the world. As a member of the Schengen zone, Norway enjoys the benefits of relaxed visa regulations, making it a popular choice for tourists. Nevertheless, all prospective travelers must be aware of specific requirements to ensure a smooth visa application process for their journey to this beautiful Nordic nation.

    Presently, Norway's visa policy allows citizens of more than 100 sovereign states to visit for short durations without the need for a visa. Travelers from these countries can enjoy a stay of up to 90 days within every 180-day period. Exciting news lies ahead with the upcoming Norway visa policy, which will introduce special exemptions for travelers coming from visa waiver countries. These lucky nationalities will be eligible to apply for a simple electronic travel authorization known as ETIAS. With this convenient authorization, visitors can explore Norway for multiple stays of 90 days each, spanning over three years.

    Visitors to Norway must also adhere to the Schengen visa policy, which enables citizens of more than 150 countries to apply for a Norway visa through their respective country's Norwegian embassy. Obtaining a Schengen visa for Norway involves a face-to-face visa interview at the embassy, ensuring a thorough screening process.

    The thriving tourism industry in Norway has been fostered by the welcoming visa policy, particularly for members of the European Union and the European Economic Area. For tourists from these regions, no visa is required to visit Norway. This privilege is due to the Schengen Agreement, a pact signed by the EU members, granting free movement within the Schengen zone. Travelers from Schengen countries only need a valid ID or passport to embark on their Norwegian adventures for leisure, sightseeing, or visiting loved ones.

    Furthermore, around 60 nationalities also benefit from visa waiver agreements with Norway. These countries allow their citizens to enter Norway without a visa or obtain a tourist visa upon arrival. Travelers belonging to these visa-free nationalities can explore the wonders of Norway for up to 90 days during a 180-day period.

    Regardless of visa-free arrangements, all visitors will require the European Travel Information and Authorization System (ETIAS) waiver. This essential travel authorization document can be obtained through a straightforward online application form, making it a convenient alternative to visiting a Norway embassy in person.

    Overall, Norway's visa policy provides ample opportunities for tourists to explore its breathtaking landscapes and rich culture, ensuring a smooth and enjoyable travel experience for visitors from around the world.

    ETIAS Norway Visa Waiver

    Visa-free travel to the Schengen area of Europe is now possible for citizens of Norway and other European Union member states thanks to the European Travel Information and Authorization System (ETIAS) Visa Waiver. Citizens of the Schengen area will no longer need a visa to visit Norway, but they will still need to apply for and be granted the required ETIAS travel authorisation.

    Schengen area visitors may enter Norway many times with the ETIAS Visa Waiver and freely engage in tourism and other leisure pursuits. Within the first three-year validity term beginning on the date of issue, each visit may last up to ninety days.

    The ETIAS waiver is the best possible travel document for anybody going to Norway for any reason, whether it tourism, business, or even just airport transit. This travel document is also useful for people who want to get medical care in Norway.

    You may get your ETIAS travel papers by filling out an online application form and uploading scanned copies of the necessary paperwork. Don't forget that the visa procurement costs must be paid before your application can be processed.

    Validity of Norway Visa

    Venturing into the mystical realm of Norway requires understanding the cryptic secrets of its visa validity. Behold, the Norwegian visa, shrouded in enigmatic time frames, grants you a sojourn of up to 90 days within a mystic six-month period.

    Dare to traverse its intricate corridors, and you may encounter two distinct paths bestowed by the Embassy's elusive judgment:

    • The single-entry visa, a fleeting ephemeral pass, valid for the duration of your intended stay in Norway—be it a fleeting week or a fortnight of enchantment. But beware, once you bid adieu to Norway's embrace and return home, the portal to Norway and the elusive Schengen Zone remains sealed.
    • Behold, the multiple-entry visa, an elusive key granting you the power of passage in and out of Norway's ethereal realm multiple times within six lunar cycles. The journey may span numerous episodes of wonder and adventure, unfurling a tale only you can narrate.

    Seeking a more profound communion with Norway beyond 90 days? Fear not, for there lies a hidden door—an ethereal gateway to a national visa such as the Work or Study Visa. As you step through this portal, a similar 90-day tenure unfolds before your eyes. But fear not, for within Norway's borders, lies the secret to eternal stay—the Norwegian Residence Permit. A powerful artifact, replacing the humble Visa, bestows upon you the gift of long-term residence within Norway's captivating embrace.

    Norway Visa Online – Get your Norway E-Visa with VisaHQ

    With VisaHQ, obtaining an electronic visa for Norway is a breeze. You no longer need to make an in-person appearance at a consulate or embassy to apply for a visa; instead, you may do it quickly and easily from the convenience of your own home using a computer or mobile device. 

    VisaHQ makes it easy to apply by providing current facts about the Norway eTA, including its prerequisites, validity, and other important information. If you apply for a visa online and satisfy all of the criteria, you may be confident that you will get your visa quickly. Don't waste any more time; use the convenient online visa application system offered by VisaHQ to plan your trip to Norway immediately.

    How to obtain a Norway E-Visa with VisaHQ?

    The process for obtaining an electronic visa for Norway with VisaHQ is as follows:

    • Go to the VisaHQ Website: To get started, go to the VisaHQ website and find the application form for an e-visa to Norway.
    • Make sure you get the right kind of visa for your trip! Travel for pleasure, work, errands, family, or academic reasons are all viable alternatives.
    • Please include current and complete information in the online application. Don't risk delays or rejection by leaving blank fields.
    • Documents Must Be Uploaded: Please provide any required documentation for your visa type. 
    • Verify the information on the application and any supporting materials is correct before submitting. When you're ready, send in the application.
    • Pay the Visa Processing Fee Using One of VisaHQ's Accepted Payment Methods. Visa types and processing times might affect the total cost.
    • Once your application for an Electronic Visa for Norway is granted, you will get the E-Visa in an email. Make sure you include the passport you used to apply for the E-Visa, as well as a printed copy of the visa.

    If you follow these instructions, getting a Norway E-Visa through VisaHQ should be a breeze, allowing you to quickly and simply enter Norway for your intended purpose.

    Why Use VisaHQ?

    Our services offer numerous benefits, making the process convenient and efficient for travelers. Here are the reasons why VisaHQ stands out:

    • Established Expertise: With over two decades of experience since 2003 and a presence in 6 countries, we possess extensive knowledge of visa procedures and regulations.
    • Professional Support: Our team of seasoned professionals provides first-class support, guiding you through the application process with expertise.
    • User-Friendly Interface: Our application interface is designed to be user-friendly, making it easy for you to navigate and complete your application.
    • Track Your Application: Stay updated on the progress of your application with our easy-to-use tracking system.
    • Apply for Multiple e-Visas: Save time and effort by applying for multiple e-Visas simultaneously through VisaHQ.

    Apply for your Norway e-Visa through VisaHQ today or contact us for any queries you may have. Let us make your travel experience to Norway a seamless one.

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