Please note that as of March 15, 2017 all payments to the Embassy should be made at Raiffeisen Bank AD Beograd, Mihajlo Pupin Boulevard No. 4, Usce Shopping Mall.
For certain consular services the Embassy is entitled to charge certain fees. The fees are regulated by central authorities in Norway. The nominal fee may change from time to time, as well as more often, the exchange rates. Changes may occur without prior notice. All fees are to be paid in cash in EUR or RSD against a receipt.
The fees for residence permit are changed as of January 1, 2019.
According to the Regulation relating to fees payable at Norway's diplomatic and consular missions, the following fees apply at the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Belgrade:
Description of Service
Processing fee for :
|Visa fee adults *)||60,-||7.100,-|
|Visa for children from the age of six and below 12 years and non-visa free Serbs *)||35,-||4.200,-|
|Application for permanent residence||3.100,-||318,-||36.500,-|
|Residence Permit for family members (family reunion), first time **)||10.500,-||1.075,-||123.500,-|
|Work & Residence Permit pursuant to § 23-26, incl. group permits||5.400,-||553,-||63.500,-|
|Work & Residence Permit for students/researcher with own funding & au pairs||5.300,-||543,-||62.300,-|
|Other applications for stay in Norway (eg. § 38 and MUF's) *****||1.300,-||133,-||15.300,-|
|Application for renewal of residence permit for family members before expiry||2.600,-||266,-||30.500,-|
|Application for Norwegian Nationality||3.700,-||380,-||43.500,-|
|Passport (from 16 years and over, 10 years validity)||450,-||46,-||5.300,-|
|Passport for children||270,-||30,-||3.200,-|
|Legalization/verification of documents and/or signatures||215,-||22,-||2.600,-|
|Verifying correct copy, including signing the document - per page||45,-||5,-||
|Verifying correct copy, including signing the document - minimum charge||140,-||15,-||1.700,-|
|Authorization of ship´s logbooks||430,-||44,-||5.100,-|
|Transfer of money: 10% of transferred amount - minimum||300,-||31,-||3.600,-|
|Transfer of money: 10% of transferred amount - maximum||5.000,-||512,-||58.800,-|
*) Exempted according to Schengen Visa Code:
- Children under age of six years at the time the application is submitted.
- School pupils, students, postgraduate students and accompanying teachers who undertake stays for the purpose of study or educational training.
- Researchers from third countries travelling for the purpose of carrying out scientific research as defined in Recommendation No 2005/761/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 28 September 2005.
- Spouse, children, descendants or dependant ascendant of EU/EEA nationals with residence in EU/EEA (must be documented).
- The visa fee may also be waived for other reasons according to Visa Code Article 16 paragraph 5 or 6.
- Non-visa-free adults with Serbian passport covered by agreement between Serbia and EU shall pay EUR 35,-.
(a) for members of official delegations who, following an official invitation addressed to the Republic of Serbia, shall participate in meetings, consultations, negotiations or exchange programmes, as well as in events held in the territories of the Member States by intergovernmental organisations;
(b) for members of national and provincial/regional Governments and Parliaments, the Constitutional Court and the Supreme Court of Cassation, in case they are not exempted from the visa requirement by the present Agreement;
(c) for persons participating in scientific, cultural and artistic activities, including university and other exchange programmes;
(d) for pupils, students, post-graduate students and accompanying teachers who undertake trips for the purposes of study or educational training, including in the framework of exchange programmes, as well as other school-related activities;
(e) for participants in international sport events and persons accompanying them in a professional capacity;
(f) for participants in official exchange programmes organised by twin municipalities and cities;
(g) for disabled persons and the person accompanying them, if necessary;
(h) for representatives of civil society organisations travelling to attend meetings, seminars, exchange programs or training courses;
(i) for persons who have presented documents proving the necessity of their travel on humanitarian grounds, including to receive urgent medical treatment and the person accompanying such person, or to attend a funeral of a close relative or to visit a seriously ill close relative;
(j) for journalists;
(k) for drivers conducting international cargo and passenger transportation services to the territories of the Member States in vehicles registered in the Republic of Serbia;
(l) for members of train, refrigerator and locomotive crews travelling to the territories of the Member States;
(m) for close relatives — spouse, children (including adopted), parents (including custodians), grandparents and grandchildren, visiting citizens of the Republic of Serbia legally residing in the territories of the Member States.
(n) for representatives of religious communities registered in the Republic of Serbia, who regularly travel to the Member States;
(o) for members of the professions participating in international exhibitions, conferences, symposia, seminars or other similar events held in the territory of the Member States;
(p) for pensioners;
(q) for children under six years of age.
- All EU/EEA nationals
- Children under the age of 18 at the time the application is submitted
***) Rounded to nearest EUR 5,- or within +/- 10%
****) Rounded to nearest RSD 100,- or within +/- 10%
- Specialists, ref § 6-26
- Russian market traders, ref § 6-26
- Skilled job seekers who need visa, ref § 6-30
Should you need any further information, please contact the Embassy at +381 (0)11 320 8000 or by email: email@example.com