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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.

Norway is a country in Europe with mountains, glaciers, and an extensive coastline of fjords, with the highest number of fjords in the entire world. The green space museum is located in Oslo, the nation’s capital. Since the first award in 1901, the Nobel Peace Prize has been presented annually in Oslo.
Norway is the world’s safest, most successful, and happiest nation. It has incredible terrain, buildings, and culture. Norwegian, sometimes known as Norsk, is the official language of Norway.

Over the past few decades, Norway has seen a rise in immigration. The number of immigrants in Norway in 2017 was 883,751. Some of the best social security in the world and nearly free health care make Norway an ideal place to reside.


Based on the reason for your visit to Norway, you will need a different visa. Using these visas, candidates who want to immigrate to Norway can do so.

The Norway tourist visa is a short-term visa issued by the Norwegian government. You can apply for this visa if you plan to visit Norway for up to 90 days. You can travel to all Schengen countries with this visa. These are the documents required when you apply for this visa.

The Skilled Worker Visa is the most popular type of Norwegian Work Visa. It is for someone who has obtained work with a Norwegian firm and possesses a university degree or vocational training. When applying for this visa, you are applying for a Norwegian Residence Permit for Work, which allows you to lawfully reside and work in Norway.

The work visa is valid for two years. You can seek to renew it for another two years before it expires. Then, after three years of continuous residency in Norway, you can apply for an indefinite permanent residence permit. A Norway Work Visa costs NOK 6,300 (USD 690). It is also the price for renewing a work visa.

The Student Visa (also known as the Norway Student Permit) permits the holder to live, study, and work (part-time) in Norway. A Norwegian Student Visa is usually issued and extended for the duration of your studies. To obtain a student visa for Norway, you must meet the following requirements and submit these documents:

If you are a spouse, registered partner, cohabitation partner, or child of a Norwegian citizen or resident, you can apply for a Family Reunification Visa. To be able to bring you to Norway, your family member must earn NOK 264,264 per year, pre-tax (about USD 28,800), and have a suitable place to live. The following documents are required when applying for a Norway Family Reunification Visa:

You can apply for a family visa at the same time that a member of your family applies for a Norway Visa for a job, education, etc., or you can apply after your family member has left for Norway.


Our global mobility department of Direct U.S. Immigration provides immigration support to clients. Whether they wish to move temporarily or permanently to Norway, we help them shift or incubate their family or business in Norway with assistance from our expert attorneys


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