Most of the information about the consular services at the Embassy in Tehran is only available in Norwegian.
For more information on our consular services, please visit the Norwegian section of the website.
For consular assistance, including renewal of passports and application for personal identification number for newborns, you have to book an appointment by email: [email protected]
If you are in Iraq and need consular assistance from Norway, you must contact the Norwegian Embassy in Amman.
If you are in Afghanistan and need consular assistance from Norway, you must contact the Norwegian Embassy in Kabul.
For consular cases: please provide copies of all necessary documents. If you don’t have copies, the nearest Xerox machine is 25 minutes’ walk from the Embassy at Farmanieh, next to Koohestan shopping center.
For legalization of Iranian documents at the Norwegian Embassy in Tehran:
- The original document(s) need to be certified and translated by a notary public in Iran
- They should be stamped by the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs before they can be stamped by the Norwegian Embassy
- The fee for each stamp is 30 Euro, which must be paid in cash at the Embassy.
Please Note: The Embassy does not accept legalization applications sent by post.
For legalization of Norwegian documents, please follow this link.
Assistance to Norwegians abroad
About 100 embassies and 400 honorary consulates provide assistance to Norwegian travelers abroad. Embassies are staffed with personnel posted from Norway. Honorary consulates are normally staffed with individuals from the country concerned, which safeguards Norwegian interests in the country. Norwegian citizens cannot expect the same assistance from an honorary consulate as from an embassy with posted Norwegian staff.