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A Schengen visa for Norway will allow you to travel there for 90 days within a 6 month period. It will also allow you to travel to other Schengen areas. There are circumstances that you may not need a visa to travel to Norway which you can find here. However, if you do need one, you can apply due to tourism reasons, visiting family or friends, going to an event, or medical purposes.
We strongly advise to apply as soon as possible to ensure that you are approved for a visa to Norway in time for your trip. You will not be allowed on your flight without a valid visa document.
Norway Schengen Visa Options
Do I need a Norway Schengen Visa?
If you are a citizen of the EU, USA, Canada, Australia, Japan, Mexico or another country which is exempt from needing a visa, then you will not need a visa for short trips.
All third-country nationals will require a Schengen Visa to visit Norway.
When can I apply for my Noway Schengen Visa?
The earliest you can apply is 6 months before your trip. The latest will be 15 working days before you trip.
However it is recommended that you apply a minimum of 3 weeks before you travel.
What will I need to apply for a Schengen Visa to Norway?
The following is the standard set of requirements for a Schengen visa to Norway:
Your passport. It must be valid for at least another three months after the date you intend to return and have at least two blank visa pages.
Copies of the used pages on your passport and previous visas.
Passport-size pictures. The pictures must be in line with Schengen visa photo requirements.
Proof of accommodation in Norway.
Proof of booked flight tickets. Find out how to get dummy tickets for a visa application.
Proof of travel health insurance that meets Schengen visa insurance requirements. It must cover at least €30,000 in medical and repatriation expenses and must be valid in
Norway Schengen Process
Once you have completed the Visa Applications form and submitted your details, your information will be reviewed and your application will enter processing. First of all, any mistakes or un-clear information will be clarified or corrected to ensure no issues during your application.
An appointment must be scheduled to lodge your application, but first we will check the availability and advise accordingly. You must gather a selection of required documentation to prove you have sufficient financial means to support yourself, as well as evidence of your accomodation and flights to and from the country.
Because interview wait periods vary by location, season, and visa type, you should apply for your visa as soon as possible. Examine the appointment wait time at the place where you’ll be applying.
A Norway schengen visa enables a foreign person to go to a Schengen port-of-entry (usually an airport) and request to be granted permission to enter the country. We can ensure your visa application goes smoothly, however, entrance to the Schengen zone is not guaranteed by an approved visa.
The Schengen Area is a zone in which 26 European countries (including Norway) have abolished their internal borders to allow for free and unrestricted movement of people, while also adhering to common rules for controlling external borders and combating criminality by bolstering the common judicial system and police cooperation.
Except for Ireland and the nations that will soon be part of Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia, and Cyprus, the Schengen Area encompasses the majority of EU countries. Norway, Iceland, Switzerland, and Lichtenstein are all members of the Schengen zone despite not being EU members.
For detailed information on specific parts of the visa process, you can refer to the links to the right to find the answer to your query. If you are unable to find any particular information, please contact us via email.
For detailed information on specific parts of the EU visa process, you can refer to the links below to find the answer to your query. If you are unable to find any detailed information, please contact us via email.
|EU Visa News|
|EU Visa Fees|
|Schengen Visa Types|
|How to submit a Visa Application|
Countries in the Schengen Area
A Visa is required for any third national wishing to enter Norway or any other Schengen country. It could be a short-stay Schengen C-visa for stays of up to 90 days or a national D-visa / residence permit for longer stays in the country.
Schengen visas are utilised by business persons, tourists, speciality workers, and students who want to stay in Norway for a limited time for specific travel purposes. Those who apply for a Schengen visa must show the Visa Application Centre that they intend to leave the Schengen Zone at the end of their temporary stay.
Once you submit an application, it will go through our 8 point check to ensure there will be no issues with your authorization. Sometimes it can take up to 72 hours to schedule your consultation call with the attorney but you will be kept up to date from the moment your application is submitted.
You will receive all updates to the email address you present on your application and our phone lines are open 9am-5pm (GMT+0) if you have any queries.
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This depends on a number of things such as whether or not you have had a Schengen visa in the past or how many countries you intend to visit. Generally you first Schengen visa will be issued for the duration of your stay. Future applications may be granted for multiple entry for a number of years.
There are 26 Schengen members states in Europe. You can see the full list of countries in the table on this page.
You can expect an update on your Visa Applications within 3 days of submission. You can choose express processing at checkout for a response within 24 hours.
Once you attend your appointment, your visa can take up to 15 working days to be processed by the Embassy.
Those who are travelling with or visiting a close family member who is an EU/EEA national, who are on an educational trip, or researchers for scientific purposes, are exempt.
Yes, but only in certain circumstances such as: natural disasters, unexpected illness, political situations in home country) or you have serious personal reasons related to family.