Norway visit visa
In order to visit Norway, you will need a 90-day short-term visa. The Schengen visa is another name for the Norway visit visa. The Schengen visa is valid in all European countries that are part of the Schengen agreement, as you may know. The Schengen Agreement includes Norway as one of the nations.
Document requirements for Norway tourist visa
- A valid passport whose validity will exceed the duration of the visa you apply for by three months
- Old passports if any
- 2 passport size photos
- A copy of your completed and signed application form
- Proof of hotel bookings, flight bookings and a detailed plan of your activities during the duration of your stay in Poland
- Copy of tour ticket
- Proof of having enough finances to support your travel and stay in the country
- Valid medical insurance with a cover of 30,000 pounds
- Cover letter mentioning the purpose of your visit to Norway and your itinerary
- Proof of accommodation during the duration of stay
Processing time for Norway tourist visa
A tourist visa for Norway is typically issued in 7 to 15 days, although the processing period can be extended to 45 days in some cases if a more thorough inspection is necessary or additional documents are required.
How long can I stay in Norway on a visitor's visa?
A visitor’s visa will let you stay on in Norway for up to a total of 90 days over a period of 180 days.
When you get a visitor visa for Norway, you can also visit any of the other Schengen countries as well.
What other documents should I carry when I travel on a Schengen visa?
Do keep in mind that merely having a Schengen visa in your possession does not confer you with an automatic right to enter the Schengen Area.
You might be asked to produce additional documents at the external border. Documents might be required justifying the purpose of stay and conditions attached to your stay; as well as for proving that either you have sufficient means of subsistence with you or are able to arrange the same lawfully. The means of subsistence should cover your intended stay as well as return to home country or to a third state into which there is a certainty of your being admitted.
Travel insurance policy: A document which proves that you have travel health insurance coverage for the whole of the Schengen zone, with a minimum coverage of EUR 30,000 in the event of any medical emergency, such as illnesses, injuries and even repatriation in the event of death.
Proof of sufficient funds: Evidence that you have enough money to financially support yourself during your stay in the Schengen area.
Is it compulsory to submit biometrics for Norway tourist visa?
In order to present biometric data, applicants for a Schengen visa must present in person (fingerprints and photograph). This biometric data will be valid for 5 years, and travelers who have already submitted their biometric data will not be required to do so again for the next 5 years. This step is not required for children under the age of 12.
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