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Please note! You may have been granted a visa for fewer days or fewer entries than you have applied for. If you believe this is due to an error or a misunderstanding, you must contact the embassy. If you disagree with the decision, you can appeal to the embassy.
NO 1 The visa is issued under ‘Approved Destination Status’ for China.
NO 2 Exempted from the travel insurance requirement.
NO 3 Used in combination with R/DK, when issuing a visa also valid for the Faroe Islands.
NO 4 Used in combination with R/DK, when issuing a visa also valid for Greenland.
NO 5 Used in combination with R/DK, when issuing a visa also valid for the Faroe Islands and Greenland.
NO 6 The applicant has exceptionally been issued a visa even if the passport is not valid 3 months after the last day of validity of the visa, in accordance with Norwegian Immigration Regulation § 3-9 second paragraph.
If you have been granted a visitor visa that is only valid for Norway, this will be stated on your visa. This is called a national visitor visa. The reason why you have been granted a national visitor visa is that you have an important reason for visiting Norway, but you do not meet all the requirements for being granted a visa that is valid for the whole Schengen area.
If you have been granted a national visitor visa, you must note the following:
If you leave Norway, you cannot return until you have been granted a new visitor visa.
It is important that you do not stay in Norway or other Schengen countries for more days than your visa allows.
If you stay too long in the Schengen area:
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