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Norwegian Embassy for Romania - Address / Phone Number



Norwegian Embassy for Romania

Norwegian Embassy in Romania

Address: Strada Atena 18, 011832 Bucharest 
City: Bucharest (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +2/+3 hour)
Tel.: +40 21 306 98 00
Fax: +40 21 306 98 90
Working hours: Monday to Thursday, 9.00 - 16.00, Friday, 9.00 - 15.30
Consular hours: Monday to Friday, 10.00 - 12.00  

Norwegian Honorary Consulate in Constanta
Address: B-dul Mamaia 251-253, 900559 Constanta
City: Constanta (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +2/+3 hour)
Tel.: +40 241 673737, +40 341 407081, +40 744 357311
Fax: +40 241 673535
Working hours: Monday to Friday, 9.00 - 17.00  

The Embassy covers both Romania and the Republic of Moldova.

Consular services provided by the Embassy:

  • Assists Norwegian citizens abroad;
  • Issues emergency travel documents;
  • Issues passports;
  • Issues visas;
  • Deals with marriages of Norwegians in Romania

The consulate in Constanta can help travelling Norwegians, tourists or representatives from the trade and industry sector in matters concerning the regions Constanta, Braila, Galati, Ialomita and Calarasi. The consulate helps equally Romanians from the same counties with interests in Norway. The consulate cannot issue Norwegian passports, but can issue an Emergency Travel Document for Norwegians for their return to Norway. The consulate cannot issue visas.

Nationals of certain countries need a visa in order to visit Norway for up to 90 days. All foreign nationals who are to stay in Norway for more than 90 days must have a residence permit. Foreign nationals who are to work in Norway will in many cases need to have a residence permit, even for stays of less than 90 days.

Citizens of Romania do not need a visa to visit Norway for up to 90 days.

Visa free regime applies from 28 April 2014 to Moldovan citizens holding biometric passports,  which means they can travel without visa to the Schengen area and stay up to 90 days.  Citizens of the Republic of Moldova who do not have a biometric passport still need a visa for traveling. They  may choose whether to apply for visas at the Norwegian Embassy in Bucharest, at the Norwegian Embassy in Kiev or at the Common Application Centre at Embassy of the Republic of Hungary in Chisinau. 

The Embassy is closed on public holidays.

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