Yes, Greek ID-cards with Latin characters are valid as travel documents to Norway.
As long as you have a valid passport and a valid Greek residence permit you may visit Norway as a tourist without a visa. Based on Schengen area’s regulations one can travel in the Schengen area for a total of 90 days within a period of 6 months.
Those who do not need a visa to visit Norway, can stay in Norway for up to 90 days. There are additional rules you must follow. Please read the information on UDI's website here before you decide to travel.
Also note that some citizens need special passports:
• If you are from Albania, Georgia, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro or Ukraine, you must have a biometric passport
• If you are from Serbia you must have a biometric passport. The passport cannot be issued by MUP R Srbije, Koordinaciona Uprava.
• If you are from Hong Kong, you must have a Hong Kong SAR passport or BN (0) passport
• If you are from Macao, you must have a Macao SAR passport
• If you are from Taiwan, you must have a passport that contains an ID card number.
N.B.: If you are from one of these countries, but do not hold the special passport, you must apply for a visitor's visa.
If you have alreadly applied via the Application Portal of the Norwegian Directorate for Immigration (UDI) you will find the documents that you must hand in based on the type of the application you have submitted here: Checklists which explains which documents you must hand in with your application.
If you do not need a visa to travel to Norway and you want to register with the police, you will find all the necessary information here: The registration scheme for EU/EEA nationals
You will first need to enter your citizenship, then what you are going to be in Norway (employee, student, family member of an EU/EEA national etc.) and finally the municipality where you are going to live in. After you enter all these information, you will see what documents you need to hand in. For further information, please contact the police station at the municipality where you plan to register.
You can find useful tips and information about applying for jobs at Work in Norway
Do you have a foreign education that may be unknown to Norwegian employers? You can apply for recognition of your diploma at NOKUT Application for recognition of higher eduation.
Please be aware that your education may require a special authorisation. If it is a regulated profession, a different form of recognition will be necessary. Here you will find a List of sectors and industries with regulated professions
Svalbard is a part of Norway and the Governor of Svalbard is the Norwegian Government's representative on the archipelago. Visitors to Svalbard are obliged to familiarise themselves with applicable regulations. Please read the information on regulations on the website of the Governor of Svalbard.
Since Svalbard is not part of the Schengen area, anyone travelling between Svalbard and the Norwegian mainland will be controlled. You will find information on travel requirements and rules here.
The Embassy does not translate documents. For translation of documents to be officially used in Norway, kindly contact a State-authorised translator.
Documents translated into English are accepted by Norwegian authorities, as long as they are translated by the Translation Service of the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
For a Norwegian document to be considered valid in Greece, it must be issued with an apostille stamp. The Apostille-stamp confirms the validity of a public official’s signature.
The County Governor "Statsforvalteren" is the responsible authority in Norway.
The Hague Convention makes it possible for official documents from one of the countries that has joined the convention to become valid in one of the other countries that has joined the convention, by the application of an Apostille-stamp. Both Norway and Greece have joined the convention.
It is allowed to have one or more citizenships in addition to a Norwegian citizenship from 1 January 2020. You can find more information about dual citizenship on the website of the Norwegian Immigration Authorities.