In order to travel to Norway, Thai citizens need a Schengen visa. A Schengen visa is a document showing that your have permission to enter Norway and other Schengen countries for a limited period of up to 90 days. You may be granted a Schengen visa if you intend to travel to Norway as a tourist, on a family visit, on public business or a business trip, a study visit or other business which does not require a work or residence permit.
You may be granted a Schengen visa if you intend to travel to Norway as a tourist, on a family visit, on public business or a business trip, a study visit or other business which does not require a work or residence permit. Read more
Thai citizens who are going to visit Norway for up to 90 days should register their visa applications on the Internet using the Application Portal. This will result in shorter processing times, no queues, as well as making it easier for applicants to reapply for subsequent visas. Applicants can also check the status of their applications online. Read more
The Norwegian Visa Centre operated by VFS has moved. As of 7 January 2013 all applications for visa or Residence Permit should be submitted at the new address. Read more
Applicants are asked to show the original policy of their travel medical insurance and submit a copy of the policy with their application. Medical insurance is compulsory when travelling to the Schengen area on a tourist visa, and the Embassy is not able to issue a visa sticker until the insurance policy has been checked and registered in our data system. Read more
As a general rule, visa applications must be submitted by the applicant in person at the Embassy. However, travel and tour agencies who have been accredited by the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Bangkok may submit visa applications on behalf of applicants who wish to travel to Norway on group tours. Read more
Due to update of exchange rate the following fees will take effect from January 25, 2013. Read more