A visitor's visa allows you to stay in Norway or other countries in the Schengen area for up to 90 days over a period of 180 days.
Citizens of Uganda must apply for a visitor's visa.
If you plan to visit more than one Schengen country in the course of one trip, or if you plan several separate trips within a period of two months, you must submit your application to the embassy or consulate of the country that is your main destination based on the length of your stay, or the purpose of stay.
If you plan to visit several Schengen countries and the main destination cannot be determined, you must submit your application to the embassy or consulate of the country that is your first point of entry to the Schengen area.
From 1 August 2018, the Norwegian Embassy in Nairobi handles applications for Schengen visas and residence permits to Norway, for nationals from Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi. Applications must be submitted at the VFS center in Kampala and will be sent to Nairobi.
Schengen visas to Lithuania and Iceland: the Norwegian Embassy in Nairobi is handling visitor’s visa applications for nationals from Uganda on behalf of Lithuania and Iceland. Applications must be submitted at the VFS center in Kampala and will be sent to Nairobi. Please note that applications for residence permits are not handled by Norway.
Please note that with effect from Monday 2nd July 2018, the Norwegian Embassy will not be responsible for processing Schengen visa applications for Switzerland and Denmark.
Applications to Switzerland: pleasevisit the website of the Embassy of Switzerland in Nairobi for more information: https://www.eda.admin.ch/nairobi
Application to Denmark: please visit the website of the Embassy of Denmark in Nairobi for more information: http://kenya.um.dk/en
Please note that with effect from 1st January 2019, the Norwegian Embassy will not be responsible for handling Schengen visas for Sweden.
Applications to Sweden: please visit the French Embassy in Kampala: https://ug.ambafrance.org/-English-
All visa applicants are urged to exercise caution when/if they receive e-mail messages after submission of their applications. It has come to our attention that there are some fraudulent entities sending scam e-mails instructing recipients to contact them and send money to facilitate the visa handling process.
Kindly note that the visa processing fee (60 euro) is paid ONLY online using a bank card. VFS Global will charge an additional service fee that has to be paid in cash at the VFS center when submitting the application. A separate receipt will be handed out by VFS for this.
If you receive any e-mail soliciting for payment of extra fees, please do not pursue this.
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES should money be sent to any address.SCHENGEN AREA