The individuals will be offered visitor visa to Visit Norway as a Tourist or for the purpose of family visit, business travel, public assignment, study visit or any other activities that do not require a residence permit.A Norway Visit Visa to Norway and rest of Schengen area is valid for a maximum period of 90 days. It is inclusive of both arrival and departure day from the Schengen area. The visa for visit purpose which exceeds 90 days will not be granted, and applications returned to applicants.
Norway takes part in Schengen co-operation, and hence nationals from nations within the Schengen area do not have to show their passport when traveling to Norway. However, the individuals must present an official document that will help in establishing the identity. We, therefore, recommend that you visit Norway bring your passport along.
In Norway, cities and town centrally located bus stops will often be adjusted suit the travelers with mobility impairment, but in more rural areas this is far less common. In modern buses, you will find screen that displays the next scheduled stops, and these stops would be announced over the bus
PA System as They are Approached.
A Norway Schengen Visa may be offered for five years but however for the first time applicants this visa would be offered for a short period. If the applicants return before the expiry of the visa and do not violate the terms of the visa, then the embassy can issue longer visas, provided there is continuous need to travel to Norway.
The issue of Schengen visa is discretionary, and it depends on an examination of each individual’s case that include the purpose of visit and intention to return. Travel medical insurance should be brought from an insurance company which conforms with the conditions.
Applicants who wish to intend to visit other nations must submit a travel plan while applying detailing where the applicants would stay and how the applicant would travel as well as Information as how many days the applicant would stay in different nations.