Visas in Norway

Visas in Norway

Norway is among the countries – participants of the Schengen Agreement. ours and citizens of the CIS countries for visiting Norway requires visa.

Types of Visa

Category S

The visa category with provides for a short-term stay in Norway. The purpose of such a trip can be tourism, transit, visiting friends or relatives, a business trip.

Category D (single national visa)

Category D visa is issued on the basis of a previously issued work permit or residence permit. Such a visa provides for 7 days after entering Norway registration to the police at the place of residence.

Private visit

  • Passport, whose validity period is at least 3 months from the end of the trip. In the passport there must be at least 2 clean pages for visa gluing;
  • a copy of the first page of the passport with the applicant’s personal data;
  • Supporting letter with a registration number that is printed after filling out a visa profile online on the website of the Norwegian visa portal. On a printed accompanying letter, you must also specify the dates of entry and departure from Shengen, the category of requested visa / goal of the trip, contact phone. Registration and filling out a questionnaire on a visa portal is a mandatory requirement. Fill out an online profile in the terminals installed in Norway visa centers;
  • 1 Color photo of the installed sample 3.5 x 4 cm. The photo is glued to the questionnaire or accompanying letter;
  • A photocopy of the pages of the internal passport with registration and personal owner’s personal data. In case there is no registration, but there is temporary registration – a copy of the registration form. Temporary registration should act at least 3 months after returning from the trip;
  • A copy of medical insurance (with it is desirable to have the original), valid throughout Shengen and the entire estimated period of stay. Insurance coverage should be at least 30 thousand euros;
  • Original or photocopy of invitations from a private person in which the following data should be contained:
  • Full name, address, personal number (11 digits – Personnummer) and telephone number of inviting. In the event that the inviting writes invitation instead of its (our) spouse / spouse, you must specify the full name and Norwegian personal number (or DUF number) of the spouse / spouse,
  • Full name, address, date of birth and passport number invited,
  • time, timeline and place of residence of the invited during the trip,
  • Information about which relations are invited and inviting. In the event that the parties do not consist of related relationships, confirmation is required about where and when the parties personally met earlier (correspondence, printing for telephone conversations, joint photos and T. NS.),
  • Information about who takes responsibility for the costs associated with the trip. Invitation can be drawn up in the form of a letter or in the form of a questionnaire. (UDI form) filled with inviting. The warranty is assigned in the police station at the place of residence of the inviting. At the same time, the guarantor certifies its identity and income. The original warranties (+ copy) are accepted, or guarantees sent by fax or scanned via email;
  • filled and signed by the applicant list of documents provided in the event of submission of documents through visa centers;
  • Filled and signed by the applicant Blank "Consent to the processing of personal data" In case of submission of documents through visa centers.

Important! Invitation and form of economic guarantee are valid only for three months before the application of the application and can be used once.

Business trip

In the event that a business trip to Norway is planned, the consular department provides the same set of documents as under a private visit, but the invitation and the form of the economic guarantee is not provided by a private person, and the Norwegian organization (company, enterprise). The invitation should be written on the branded form containing addresses, phone numbers and other details of the organization, and signed by the Executive Director or his deputy. Signature does not have to be assigned, but the post of signatory invitation should be indicated.

  • Name, surname, date of birth and passport number of the invited;
  • Number of days and place of residence in Norway;
  • goal and travel time;
  • Information about who covers the costs of visiting the country.

Invitation and the form of economic guarantee (originals and copies) must be provided with the applicant’s questionnaire. It is also necessary to provide a completed and signed by the applicant list of documents provided in the event of submission of documents through visa centers.

Tourist trip

  • Passport, whose validity period is at least 3 months from the end of the trip. In the passport there must be at least 2 clean pages for visa gluing;
  • a copy of the first page of the passport with the applicant’s personal data;
  • Supporting letter with a registration number that is printed after filling out a visa profile online on the website of the Norwegian visa portal. On a printed accompanying letter, you must also specify the dates of entry and departure from Shengen, the category of requested visa / goal of the trip, contact phone. Registration and filling out a questionnaire on a visa portal is a mandatory requirement. Fill out an online profile in the terminals installed in Norway visa centers;
  • 1 Color photo of the installed sample 3.5 x 4 cm. The photo is glued to the questionnaire or accompanying letter;
  • A photocopy of the pages of the internal passport with registration and personal owner’s personal data. In case there is no registration, but there is temporary registration – a copy of the registration form. Temporary registration should act at least 3 months after returning from the trip;
  • A copy of medical insurance (with it is desirable to have the original), valid throughout Shengen and the entire estimated period of stay. Insurance coverage should be at least 30 thousand euros;
  • certificate from the place of work on the corporate form, indicating the post and salary;
  • Proof of the availability of sufficient financial resources for traveling at the rate of 50 euros per person per day (extract from a bank account or bank statement from the current credit card account, sponsored letter from the nearest relative. certificate of its income and a copy of the passport page with personal data);
  • Students and schoolchildren provide a certificate from the place of study, a copy of the student ticket, pensioners – a copy of the pension certificate. Also in all these cases, a sponsored letter from a relative, paying a trip, a certificate from his place of work, indicating the post and salary and a copy of the passport page with the personal data of the sponsor;
  • Confirmation of the hotel’s reservation for the entire stay (printing from sites of international booking systems or fax, or voucher travel agencies). If you are supposed to travel via Norway by car (overnight in campsites or tents), instead of the hotel confirmation, you can provide a detailed description of the route by days in English, Norwegian or Swedish;
  • Description of the route of following in English, Norwegian or Swedish;
  • In the event of a trip on a personal car – insurance for the machine of the international sample (Green Card), a copy of the driver’s license and technical support;
  • If a double or multiple visa is requested, it is advisable to provide copies of electronic tickets, bus tickets (or their reservation) or tickets to sea vessels as confirmation of multiple trips. For registration of a single visa to provide tickets not necessarily;
  • filled and signed by the applicant list of documents provided in the event of submission of documents through visa centers;
  • Filled and signed by the applicant Blank "Consent to the processing of personal data" In case of submission of documents through visa centers.

Transit visa (category C)

Transit visa is issued only to persons whose goal is transit through the territory of Norway to the third country that is not included in Schengen (for example, in the USA, Great Britain, Ireland, Israel). At the same time, all these countries have a common border with Norway, so when contacting the Consular Department of Embassy or Consulate General, the applicant will need to explain why the route runs through Norway and present a confirm route tickets or other documents. Most transit visas are issued by the Consulate General of the Kingdom of Norway in Murmansk our specialists leaving Spitzbard.

  • Passport, whose validity period is at least 3 months from the end of the trip. In the passport there must be at least 2 clean pages for visa gluing;
  • a copy of the first page of the passport with the applicant’s personal data;
  • Supporting letter with a registration number that is printed after filling out a visa profile online on the website of the Norwegian visa portal. When submitting documents directly in the general consulates of Norway, registration through the visa portal is required. When submitting documents through visa centers, it is strongly recommended to fill out the questionnaire and register through the visa portal in advance, or do it in the terminals installed in the HC. Serve "Paper" The questionnaire is extremely undesirable;
  • 1 Color photo of the installed sample 3.5 x 4 cm. The photo is glued to the questionnaire or accompanying letter;
  • A photocopy of the pages of the internal passport with registration and personal owner’s personal data. In case there is no registration, but there is temporary registration – a copy of the registration form. Temporary registration should act at least 3 months after returning from the trip;
  • Medical insurance (original and copy), valid throughout Schengen. Insurance coverage should be at least 30 thousand euros;
  • a visa to the country of the main stay and the country, which is the following point of entry after Norway, if necessary;
  • Flights or tickets to sea ships (ticket booking, electronic tickets) all over the route;
  • Confirmation of the hotel’s reservation (printout from the Internet, fax or voucher of travel agencies), if you plan to stop at least one night in Norway;
  • filled and signed by the applicant list of documents provided in the event of submission of documents through visa centers;
  • Filled and signed by the applicant Blank "Consent to the processing of personal data" In case of submission of documents through visa centers.
  • Visas in Norway

Registration of the guest and tourist visa (Category C) for residents of the Arkhangelsk and Murmansk regions

Persons having a permanent residence in the Arkhangelsk and Murmansk regions, the Schengen visa category C (tourism, visiting friends or relatives, short-term business visits) is issued without invitation. These visas are issued only at the General Consulate of Norway in Murmansk and the Honorary Consulate of Norway in Arkhangelsk.

In the first appeal, the applicant’s Norwegian visa is issued a multivisity for a period of action 1 year (stay – up to 90 days half a year), following – 2 years, and so up to 5 years.

Residents of the above areas that have temporary registration may also issue a visa without an invitation, but in this case the validity period will be determined in accordance with the period of action of temporary registration.

  • the original internal passport and a copy of the first page with personal data and pages with registration (or the original and a copy of temporary registration) in Murmansk or Arkhangelsk regions;
  • Passport, whose validity period is at least 3 months from the end of the trip. In the passport there must be at least 2 clean pages for visa gluing;
  • a copy of the first page of the passport with the applicant’s personal data;
  • Supporting letter with a registration number that is printed after filling out a visa profile online on the website of the Norwegian visa portal. On a printed accompanying letter, you must also specify the dates of entry and departure from Shengen, the category of requested visa / goal of the trip, contact phone. Registration and filling up a questionnaire on a visa portal is a mandatory requirement;
  • 1 Color photo of the installed sample 3.5 x 4 cm. The photo is glued to the questionnaire or accompanying letter;
  • Medical insurance (original and copy), valid throughout Schengen. Insurance coverage should be at least 30 thousand euros. If multiple visa is requested, insurance should cover the first trip;
  • Confirmation of the applicant sufficient funds for a trip at the rate of 500 NOK per person per day (extract from a bank account or a copyropheal of a credit card and bank statement from the current account).

When recording, it is necessary to present the previous visa (the original passport and a copy of the page with a visa). The condition for issuing a re-visa is to use the previous on purpose, that is, most entrys in Schengen must be committed through Norway.

Visa for our specialists leaving Spitzbard

  • Passport, whose validity period is at least 3 months from the end of the trip;
  • a copy of the first page of the passport with the applicant’s personal data;
  • 2 Visa questionnaires filled in English, Norwegian or Swedish and signed by the applicant personally. All items of the questionnaire must be filled in obligatory (in the absence of a response "No" in the relevant paragraph), corrections are not allowed;
  • 2 identical color photographs 3.5 x 4 cm;
  • Medical insurance (original and copy), valid throughout Schengen. Insurance coverage should be at least 30 thousand euros;
  • If possible, the petition from the our company confirming the need for a trip.

Certificate of a border resident

Residents of the cross-border zone (30 km from the border between Norway and Russia) can cross the border and is located on the border area of ​​Norway, which includes part of the Ser-Varanger commune, which is within thirty kilometers from the border) without a Schengen visa in case they have Certificate of a border resident. Stay in Norway- up to 15 days for each entrance.

The inhabitants of the border area from the our side recognize persons who lived at least three years in Nickel, Pechenga, Polar and Korzunovo settlements. Confirmation is a permanent or temporary registration in these settlements.

The certificate is drawn up in the visa department of the Consulate General of the Kingdom of Norway in Murmansk. Previously, you must fill out the form and assign the reception time on the website of the Visa portal of Norway.

  • a valid passport (certificate validity period may not exceed the duration of the passport);
  • Community passport with registration or temporary registration form;
  • Documents confirming the need to travel to Norway. The grounds for the trip can be social, cultural, economic or family ties in Norway.

In the visa department, each applicant is undergoing a procedure for putting biometric data (fingerprints and photography), which will then be contained in the certificate chip. Also in the certificate will contain the name and surname of the owner, his citizenship and address, date and place of issuance, the term of the card, the number of passport and the signature.

Maximum duration of the card – 3 years. Charge for registration of the card is 20 euros.

Entry / Departure on this ID / with the territory of Norway is possible only through the CAT "Sturskug – Borisoglebsk", in the presence of passport. The certificate does not give the right to work in Norway or travel beyond the thirty kilometer border zone.

Decoration of a Schengen visa to residents of Crimea

Since Norway does not recognize the results of the referendum on March 16, 2014, the Consular Department of the Norway Embassy in Moscow accepts applications for visas from the residents of Crimea only if they seek a visa as citizens of Ukraine – a Ukrainian passport is attached to the package of documents. In addition, it is necessary to provide temporary registration at the place of residence in the territory of the our Federation (as for all foreign citizens), the validity period of which expires no earlier than three months after the end of the trip. Visa centers of Norway from the Crimean statements for visas do not accept.

Filling Rules Visa Online Questionnaire

Visa application form is filled directly on the website of the Norwegian visa portal. Before filling, you need to register on the site. All personal information is stored in the database of the consular department and, if necessary, can be used when recruiting visa.

All fields of questionnaire should be filled in English. The filled questionnaire will automatically be sent to the visa department of the applicant chosen to submit Consulate documents. And the applicant will only need to print the accompanying letter with the registration number and attach it to the package of documents. Also, the applicant will have to select the date and time of visiting the consulate.

After filling in the questionnaire, the system issues a page to pay for consular publication, with a bank card.

Applicants submitting documents for a visa in Moscow in the Norway Mc can fill out an online questionnaire in special terminals located in the visa hall hall. At the same time, payment is also made by a bank card through the terminal.

In case of questions about the work of the system, contact the consular department of the Norwegian Embassy in Moscow by phone: +7 (495) 933-14-15. The visa department answers calls from 9.00 to 10.00 Moscow time. Also, the required consultation can be obtained by calling a visa center in Moscow: +7 (495) 669-67-53 (from Monday to Friday, from 09.00 to 17.00)

Ride with children

  • Original and a copy of the child’s birth certificate that has not reached 18 years (even with its own internal and passport). When submitting applications at the General Consulate of Norway in Murmansk and the Honorary Consulate of Norway in Arkhangelsk, a copy of the birth certificate should be certified notarially.
  • Help from educational institution,
  • sponsorship from one of the parents.

If a child under 18 years old travels, accompanied by one of the parents or a third party, it is necessary to provide a notarized power of attorney for the removal of a child from the remaining / remaining parent / parents and its copy, a copy of the passport page with the principal data.

In the event that one of the parents received a visa earlier, you can attach a copy of this visa and a copy of the first page of the passport with personal data instead of a power of attorney.

On children inscribed in the parental passport, it must be mandatory to be incurred by the photo. For children inscribed in the passport of the parent, a separate visa is pasted into this passport.

Children who have reached 14 years old must have their passport.

Requirements for photos

  • Photo size 3.5 x 4 cm;
  • Photos must be made no earlier than six months before applying for a visa;
  • Clear color image on a monophonic light (white, light blue or light gray) background;
  • The image must occupy about 80% of the picture;
  • There should be no ovals, frames and corners;
  • The applicant must be depicted without sunglasses, hats, shawls, except when it is necessary for religious reasons.

The procedure for applying for a visa

You can apply for all types of Norwegian Schengen visas in the Visa Department of the Norway Embassy in Moscow, in General Consulates of Norway in St. Petersburg and Murmansk, in the Honorary Consulate of Norway in Arkhangelsk, as well as in the General Consulate of Lithuania in Kaliningrad, which represents the interests of Norway in this Region of the our Federation.
Also, visas are accepted at Norway’s visa centers in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Veliky Novgorod, Vyborg, Vladivostok, Yekaterinburg, Irkutsk, Kazan, Kaliningrad, Krasnoyarsk, Krasnodar, Murmansk, Nizhny Novgorod, Novosibirsk, Omsk, Perm, Petrozavodsk, Pskov, Rostov-on-Don, Samara, Saratov, Ufa and Khabarovsk.

In connection with the introduction of biometric visas from September 14, 2015. All applicants must personally come to the consulate or visa centers may be for submitting an application for a visa. Submission of documents by a third party (relative or representative of travel agency) will be possible only in the case when the applicant has already issued one or more visas after 14.09.2015., T.E. Previously handed over biometric data in any of the Consulates or the Republic of Schengen.

Children up to 12 years old, although they are exempt from the fingerprint procedure, should nevertheless also come to the HC or Consulate for digital photography.

The process of passing biometric data

The process of commissioning biometric data consists of scanning fingerprints 10 fingers and digital photographing. After that, the data is entered into the VIS database, where they will be stored for 5 years. During this period, repeated fingerprints, without any of the instructions of the consulate, will not be required – they will be automatically transferred from the VIS database into each new Schengen visa. Children not reached 12 years have been released from fingerprint scanning procedure.

Submission of documents in Consulates of Norway

The Consular Department of the Norwegian Embassy in Moscow accepts applications for all types of visas subject to the personal presence of the applicant. Visa applications are accepted only from citizens filling out a visa portal and at the same time booked visits to the consular department.

Applicants from the Murmansk region and the Nenets Autonomous Okrug must be applying to a visa to a visa center in Murmansk or to the Consulate General of Norway in Murmansk.

Applicants from St. Petersburg and Leningrad, Novgorod and Pskov regions need to submit documents to the Consulate General of Norway or the Visa Center of Norway in St. Petersburg.

Applicants from Karelia can contact either the Consulate General in St. Petersburg, or to the Consulate General in Murmansk, as well as – in the Visa Center of Norway in Petrozavodsk.

Residents of Arkhangelsk and the Arkhangelsk region for visas may apply to the Honorary Consulate of Norway in Arkhangelsk.

Reception of documents in the Honorary Consulate of Norway in Arkhangelsk is carried out by appointment by phone: +7 (8182) 43-20-03.

Reception of documents for visas in the General Consulate of Norway in Murmansk is carried out on Tuesdays from 13.00 – 15.00 and Fridays from 9.15 – 12.00. Reception is carried out only on condition that the applicant registered a questionnaire through a visa portal.

Reception and issuance of documents at the General Consulate of Norway in St. Petersburg is carried out from Monday to Friday from 09.30 to 12.thirty. Reception of documents is carried out by appointment, which is carried out through a visa portal when filling off visa profiles.

The interests of the Kingdom of Norway in Kaliningrad and the Kaliningrad region represents the Consulate General of Lithuania in Kaliningrad. Reception of documents is carried out from Monday to Friday from 8.30 to 12.00, issuing ready-made visas – from 13.30 to 14.thirty. For more information, please contact Lithuania Consulate: +7 (4012) 95-94-86.

Submission of documents through visa centers of Norway

Applicants from Arkhangelsk, Vladivostok, Veliky Novgorod, Vyborg, Yekaterinburg, Irkutsk, Kazan, Kaliningrad, Krasnoyarsk, Krasnodar, Murmansk, Nizhny Novgorod, Novosibirsk, Omsk, Perm, Petrozavodsk, Pskov, Rostov-on-Don, Samara, Saratov, Ufa and Khabarovsk needs to be addressed to visa centers in their cities. Residents of Moscow and the Moscow region, as well as from other regions of Russia, it is necessary to contact the Visa Center of Norway in Moscow.
Visa Centers of Norway in the our Federation, with the exception of Moscow and St. Petersburg, accept applications and issue documents from Monday to Friday, from 09.00 to 16.00.

In the visa center in Moscow, the reception of documents is carried out from Monday to Friday. from 09.00 to 17.00, issuing ready-made visas – from 11.00 to 17.00. Documents are filed personally or through a trustee. Documents sent by mail / through the courier delivery service are not accepted. Additional information can be obtained by visa center: +7 (495) 669-6753, +7 (499) 681-1355.

In the visa center in St. Petersburg, the reception and issuance of documents are carried out from Monday to Friday, from 09.00 to 17.00. Additional information can be obtained on the website of the WC or by phone: +7 (812) 389-36-69 and +7 (812) 309-13-73, from Monday to Friday, from 09.00 to 18.00.

In Norway’s visa centers, applications are made by appointment: reception time can be assigned when filling out an online questionnaire through a visa portal or on the website of Norway visa centers.
Visa centers are accepted by statements decorated and paid through visa portal. Also, an online statement can be filled directly in visa centers using special terminals.

In the event that the Norwegian inviting party sends an invitation and financial guarantees by fax or e-mail directly to the consulate, it is necessary before submitting documents to call the consulate and make sure that the required fax / letter. It must be remembered that the registration of such documents is carried out only by the name of the inviting, if it is a private invitation, or by the name of the enterprise, if this is an invitation to a business trip. For information, it is important to clearly and correctly indicate the name of the inviting or name of the Norwegian firm.

Deadline for Visa

Standard deadline for all types of short-term Schengen visas is one week. If the application was filed through a visa portal, the period of consideration of documents is in most cases 3-4 working days.

Residents of St. Petersburg, Leningrad, Novgorod, Pskov regions, as well as the Republic of Karelia can receive a visa within 24 hours from the date of visit to the Consulate General of Norway in St. Petersburg. The main condition is to fill out an online questionnaire on a visa portal. At the same time, the cost of a visa is 35 euros.

Duration of Visa

The term of the Category C visa can be up to 90 days, however, it is most often limited to the terms specified in the invitation. In the case of a private visit or a tourist trip, a single visa is usually issued. It is possible to design a two-time or multiple visa in the presence of documents confirming the need for several entrances (most often such visas are issued to persons whose purpose is a private or business visit to Norway).

The transit visa is usually issued on a period of up to 90 days, the stay in the country – no more than three days (in the case of two-time transit – for 3 days for each entrance).

Multi-capacity "Pomeranian" The visa in the first appeal to the consulate may issue residents of the Murmansk and Arkhangelsk regions, the first multiple visa is issued a period of action for 1 year, the period of stay in the country is not more than 90 days every 180 days, the following visas are issued for 2, 3 years, then – by 5 years.

For the correct counting days you need to use the Shengen’s stay calculator on the EU Interior Ministry website.

Consular fee

The consular fee is 35 euros (2900 rubles) for the design of any of the above types of visas. In case of urgent design, the collection is charged in a double. Children under 6 years of age are released from paying consular fees.

Payment of the consular fee is made using a bank card via the Internet after filling out a visa online questionnaire on the visa portal website. If the applicant refers to the category of persons who are exempt from paying a consular fee, it needs to be noted the corresponding point when filling out the questionnaire. After its filling, it is also necessary to pay for the consular fee, the amount of which will be returned after consideration of the case within two weeks. Debit and credit cards Visa, Mastercard, Diners, American Express and DR are accepted for payment.

In case of submission of documents in Visa Centers of Norway, the payment collection is made by a bank card when filling out an online profile (on the website of the visa portal or through the terminal in the visa center). In case of registration of a visa urgently, 35 Euro (visa fee) is paid using a bank card on a visa portal, and the fee for urgency (additional 2900 rubles) is paid in cash in rubles at the CASS.

Additionally, the service fee for the services of the MC in the amount of 2013 rubles is paid (cash in rubles at the exchanges of visa centers).

Acting visa in an annulled passport

It is allowed to enter the country in case of an annulled passport (its expired, or the passport is spoiled) there is a Schengen visa, which has not yet expired. At the same time, it is necessary to provide an old passport with a valid visa and a new operating passport.

At the same time, the Consulate of Norway strongly recommends transferring a visa to a new passport. The procedure is carried out for free only in the consular department of the Norway Embassy in Moscow or Consulates of Norway on the territory of the our Federation, visa centers do not accept applications for visa transfer. To transfer a visa to a new passport, you need to provide both passports, a color photo and a questionnaire filled from hand (not through a visa portal!).

Visa Registration Citizens CIS

In Armenia, Georgia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan, the issuance of Norwegian visas carry out representative offices of other countries – participants of the Schengen Treaty:
In Armenia and Georgia – Embassy of France, g. Yerevan
In Belarus – Embassy of France, g. Minsk
In Kazakhstan – Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, g. Almaty
In Kyrgyzstan – Embassy of Germany, g. Bishkek
In Tajikistan – Embassy of Germany, g. Dushanbe
In Turkmenistan – Embassy of Germany, g. Ashgabat
In Uzbekistan – the Embassy of Italy, g. Tashkent

The above embassy usually gives visas in the most simple cases. In case of refusal of these representative offices in the issuance of a visa, applicants who are citizens of Armenia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan, it is recommended to contact the Embassy of Norway in Moscow. Citizens of Belarus are recommended to contact the Embassy of Norway in Kyiv, Georgian citizens – to the Embassy of Norway in Baku.

Failure to Norwegian Visa

The main reasons for failures in Norwegian Schengen visas are:

– incorrectly executed documents,
– Incomplete set of documents on this or that type of visa,
– False information specified in the statement and documents or falsification of documents,
– Violations that took place during previous trips to Schengen countries (violation of the conditions and periods of stay, criminal or administrative disorders and T.NS.).

In case of a negative decision, the applicant’s passport is attached to the applicant’s passport with explanations of the reasons for refusal. If the negative decision was made in the investigation of the first two reasons mentioned above, it makes sense to eliminate the shortcomings, collect a full set of documents and turn on a visa again (all fees are also paid again). In the event that the documents are collected and decorated correctly, and earlier the applicant did not violate the rules of stay in Schengen, then, with a high probability, a positive answer is possible.

If the documents were initially collected correctly and in due volume, and the applicant believes that the consulate made an incorrect decision, he may appeal it by sending an appeal to the Embassy / Consulate or directly to the Directorate for Foreigners Affairs (UDI).

Appeal must be sent within three weeks from the date of the decision. Appeal can be sent by regular mail or in scanned form. The collection for consideration of the appeal is not charged. Appeal is served only in English or Norwegian. It should contain applicant data and its passport number, date and place of application. It should be written the reason for the refusal and provide clear counterproofs to it. It is also desirable to attach documents proving the position of the applicant (even if they were not previously provided to the consulate).

According to the results of consideration of the appeal, the Directorate for Foreigners make a decision, the result of which is reported to the applicant by e-mail or by SMS. The term of consideration is usually two weeks.

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