Consular services

Last updated: 13/09/2011 //

All foreign nationals who wish to come to Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Iceland must have a valid passport or other identity documents which are recognised as a travel document. Croatian citizens do not require visa to these countries for stay up to 90 days. Read more

We are pleased to announce that as of 1 July 2011 the Royal Norwegian Embassy has introduced online registration of applications and booking of appointments for anyone applying for visa or residence permits to Norway. On the new Application Portal Norway both the applicant and the reference in Norway can register the application and book appointment and pay the fee online. To enter the portal... Read more

Norwegian citizenship may be obtained through birth or adoption or by notification or application. Read more

Muster Supervision of maritime service is carried out through the employer's precontrol and through the general control by special employment offices/Foreign Service stations to ensure that the employee meets the requirements prescribed for the service in question. When commencing a new employment relationship, the employer shall submit the following documents to the Foreign Service station or... Read more

Family immigration means that a family member abroad may come to Norway to live with a family member who already lives in Norway, or who is to settle here Read more

Asylum Asylum is given only to persons who have a well-founded fear of being persecuted for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group or political opinion. Social and economical difficulties do not qualify for asylum or a residence permit. Asylum seekers, whose claims are found to be groundless, will have to return to their home country immediately.   Read more