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Visa and residence

You do not need a visa to visit Norway if you: are visiting Iceland on a valid Schengen visa. Then you can use the same visa for a visit to Norway, as long as you are respecting the period of validity of that visa. have a valid residence permit (or green card) in Iceland or another Schengen country. Then you do not need a visa for visiting Norway. are a citizen of a specified number of countrie... Les mer

After restrictions on immigration into Norway were introduced in 1975, Norway has had restricted and regulated immigration. This means that no one has general access to enter Norway to work or live except for the following two exempted groups: Nationals from the non Nordic EEA countries: Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, United... Les mer

You should apply for a Schengen visa to the nearest authorised Embassy or Consulate in your country of residence.  If you want to visit one Schengen country only, you should apply for a visa to the Embassy or Consulate of that country. If you want to visit several Schengen countries, apply to the Embassy or Consulate in the country where your main destination is situated. If you intend to vis Les mer

From 25 March 2001 Norway is part of the Schengen co-operation. For visa purposes, this means that a visa for entry into any one of the countries in the Schengen area will normally also be valid for all the other Schengen countries within the period for which the visa is valid. However, over a period of six months you are not permitted to spend more than a total of three months inside the... Les mer