Norway is represented in the United States by the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Washington, D.C.; Consulates General in Houston, New York and San Francisco; Honorary Consulates General in Minneapolis, Chicago and Miami; and 38 Honorary Consulates in various states.
Strong historical ties link Norway and the United States. Between 1825 and 1940, more than one-third of Norway's population emigrated to America. Allies ever since, the two nations fought together in World War II and were co-founders of both the United Nations and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).
About the Embassy in Washington, D.C.
Norway established its first embassy in Washington, D.C., on October 31, 1905.
Consulate General in New York
The consulate in New York was established in 1906 and is the oldest and largest Norwegian Consulate General in the United States. Our office in New York provides consular services for 22 states on the east coast of the U.S.
Consulate General in Houston
Norway has been represented in the South Central Region of the United States since it opened its first Honorary Vice Consulate in New Orleans in 1906. The Consulate General has been located in Houston since 1977.
Consulate General in San Francisco
Welcome to the Royal Norwegian Consulate General in San Francisco.
Norway currently has 38 Honorary Consulates situated around the US. They can assist with some consular affairs.