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Norway’s official websites abroad

Passports & Consular Services

Citizens from Iceland, Sweden, Denmark and Finland must contact their respective embassies regarding consular services.

Nordic citizens on a long-term stay in Malawi are encouraged to register at the Norwegian Embassy. Read more

What to do if your passport is lost or stolen. Read more

Information about obtaining and using an emergency passport and other travel documents. Emergency passport are NOT eligible for entry into Malawi. Read more

How to renew your Norwegian passport at the Embassy. Read more

Passport applications are rejected in cases where the name stated does not match the name of the applicant as registered in the National Registry (Folkeregisteret). Read more

A new Norwegian Nationality Act entered into force 1 September 2006. Norwegian citizens residing abroad, who are either themselves under the age of 22, or have children under that age, are advised to consult the new regulations concerning retention of citizenship. Read more

Norwegian citizens who were either born abroad or have not since 1964 been residents of Norway, must obtain a personal ID-number before a Norwegian passport can be applied for. Others may be informed of their personal ID-number by calling the Directorate of Taxes on + 47 62 88 23 20. An enquiry for a personal ID-number is directed to the Royal Norwegian Embassy, and must be accompanied by a tru... Read more