Iceland Immigration: Requirements, Visas & Application Guide
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Europe is the second smallest continent and home to the world’s largest church, St. Peter’s Basilica. The Louvre is Europe's most visited tourist attraction.

Iceland is a Nordic island located in the Arctic and North Atlantic oceans. It is Europe’s least
populous country. Reykjavik , the capital and largest city of Iceland, is where more than 65% of
the country’s people live. Iceland is a country with striking climatic, geographic, and cultural
contrasts. The island is geologically relatively young and active due to its location.
Icelandic is the country’s official and national language. Icelandic króna serves as its official
currency (ISK). Iceland is a developed country known for its geothermal pools, northern lights,
volcanoes, and glaciers.

Iceland, the oldest democracy in the world, and a Scandinavian nation is modern in almost every
way. Icelanders maintain their traditions, customs, and language even though they are becoming
increasingly assimilated into the rest of Europe.

Iceland is a genuinely exceptional and beautiful nation. Iceland also referred to as the “country of
ice and fire” is a magical place with amazing sights and experiences around every corner. There
is so much to see here, from the ice caves in the Langjokull glacier to the 128-meter-deep
volcanoes and the breathtaking northern lights.


There are several types of visas available depending on the reason for your travel to Iceland.

You must apply for an Iceland visitor visa if you intend to visit a family member or friend who
lives in Iceland and stay there for up to 90 days. This visa is also for people who want to travel to
Iceland to visit their spouses. These are the required documents for a visitor visa:

Iceland provides excellent chances for higher education. You can apply for this visa if you’re going to Iceland to take a seminar, internship, language course, or any other educational course. These are the documents required for this visa:

The global migration department of  Direct U.S. Immigration  enables motivated foreign nationals
to immigrate to Iceland. Whether you want to start a business in Iceland, visit a family member,
or want to immigrate as a skilled worker, we provide experienced and step-by-step supervision
and application procedures in all cases.  Schedule a consultation  to learn more about your options.


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