COVID-19: New entry measures to apply when travelling to Norway
From 26 November 2021 entry restrictions to Norway are lifted. However, new and more strict entry measures relating to registration, testing and quarantine are introduced.
New Norwegian government
On 14 October, there was a change of government in Norway. The new government is a coalition between the Labour Party and the Centre Party.
This year we mark that 10 years have passed since the terrorist attacks on the government offices and Utøya.
Changes to applications for ordinary Norwegian passports for children
As of May 1st, 2021, applications for ordinary Norwegian passports for children can no longer be lodged at the honorary consulates in Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and Fiji.
More family members who live outside the EU/ EEA can now travel to Norway.
The government has announced that it will be possible for more family members residing outside the EU/ EEA to travel to Norway from 21 October 2020.
Ny forskrift om pass og nasjonalt ID-kort
Fra 19. oktober gjelder en ny forskrift om pass og nasjonalt ID-kort. Fra denne datoen ble det dyrere å søke om pass i utlandet enn i Norge.
The Embassy is now accepting applications for Norwegian citizenship
From 1 January 2020 changes to the Norwegian citizenship act came into effect, allowing dual citizenship for Norwegian citizens.
The Melbourne Consulate General
The Norwegian Consulate General in Melbourne has, with immediate effect, implemented the following actions in response to the current COVID-19 threat.
The Embassy welcomes new Honorary Consul General in Papua New Guinea
The Embassy is very pleased to welcome Mr Ian Clough as our new Honorary Consul General in Papua New Guinea.
The Embassy welcomes new Honorary Consul in Auckland
The Embassy is very pleased to welcome Ms Christina Riisnes as our new Honorary Consul in Auckland. Ms Riisnes takes over the role after Capt. John Robinson who retired late last year after almost 12 years’ service as the Norwegian Consul.