After becoming a part of the Schengen countries, Norway is bound to abide by the immigration rules and regulation, which were agreed upon in the agreement. Norwegian citizens due to being in a Schengen state have the liberty to move in and out of other Schengen countries. Likewise, people who Visit Norway after being issued a visa can also go to other Schengen countries and they have no further need of any other visa. According to established regulations the following visas are issued for a visit and stay in Norway.
- Visit Visa
For recreation and visiting, meeting relatives and other purposes, a visit visa of up to 3 months can be issued for entering into Norway and other Schengen countries.
- Work Permit
Foreigners who wish to work in Norway issue a work permit to enter into Norway.
- Study Permit
Going to Norway for higher education requires that you obtain a residence permit.
- Family Reunion Visa
Under this title, the family members of Norwegian citizens and foreigners with permanent residence are given permanent visas.
- Permanent Residence Permit
By acquiring this permit, permanent residence can be acquired and have a job.
People who do not feel safe in their countries are guaranteed asylum in Norway.
After spending a specific time period in Norway or marrying a Norwegian citizen, one can apply for citizenship.