Residence permit and visa - Covid-19

A residence permit gives you the opportunity to work in Norway and to stay for more than 90 days.

From April 16th 2021 all applicants applying for a residence permit will have to provide biometric data by meeting in person to submit their application at the Embassy in The Hague. 

COVID-19: New entry measures to apply when travelling to Norway (26 November 2021):

From Friday 3 December at 12 am, any person who arrives in Norway must get tested, regardless of their vaccination status.

As of 26 November 2021, entry restrictions due to Covid-19 are lifted, and foreigners who have the right to enter Norway under the Immigration Act may travel to Norway. You must apply for a visa if this is required. 

However, new and more strict measures in relation to registration, testing and quarantine will also take effect as of 26 November. You must familiarize yourself with these measures before entering the Schengen area. If you do not comply with all entry measures in force, you will be refused entry to Norway.

One of the new measures is a requirement to register before arrival in Norway. All travelers (except children under 16) entering Norway must complete an entry registration form: You will need to present proof of entry registration for inspection on arrival.

For information on the current measures in Norway, please visit:

More information on entry rules for Norway on UDI's webpage