Buy or apply for legit Norwegian VISA for 1 year validity. Depending on the purpose of your travel to Norway, there are different types of visas that will apply to the occasion.
Whether you are planning to go on a visit, study or work and reside in Norway permanently, you will have to apply for a different Norwegian Schengen Visa, accordingly. You can apply for the Norwegian Schengen Visa since 2001 when Norway as an EFTA Member also became a member state of the Schengen Area.
Types of Norway Visa
Depending on your purpose of entry to Norway, you can get or apply for a Norwegian visa:
- Norwegian Airport Visa – for those who need to transit through one of the Norway airports, to reach their travel destination country, outside the Schengen Area.
- Norwegian Tourist Visa – for those wishing to visit Norway for holidays or sightseeing.
- Norwegian Visitor Visa – for travelers who want to visit friends or family members residing in Norway.
- Norwegian Business Visa – for business people who need to attend business-related activities in Norway.
- Norwegian Visa for Official Visit – for Official Delegations coming to Norway on an official trip.
- Norwegian Study Visa – for students that wish to attend a course for up to three months at an educational institution in Norway.
- Norwegian Visa for Cultural, Sports and Film Crews – for people wishing to attend an activity in Norway that belongs this nature.
General required documents for a Norway Visa Application
These are some of the general documents required to apply for a Norway visa:
- Firstly, fill in the application form below
- Secondly, you must attach photo and signature in digital format;
- Your passport need to valid for at least 3 months beyond return date. Your passport must have at least two blank pages.
How long does it take to get an French Visa?
The processing time for an French Schengen visa may take up to 5 days, in a normal situation. In some cases, this period may be extended up to 7 days due to the number of applications the embassy/consulate of France is receiving, or the uniqueness of your case.