Applicants are advised to make the payments for the Consular services as per the schedule published under the “Charges for Consular Services”.
Special Payment Instructions for Consular Services
As per the Norwegian Financial Regulations, the Embassy is in the process of reducing the cash handling for the Services offers by the Consular Section.
Applicants are strictly advised to deposit the exact amount for the services to the Embassy Bank account No. 7058.05.77189 DNB. The Embassy further recommends making the deposit, three working days prior to the appointment with the Consular Section. The deposited amount will have to be realized at the time of the appointment in order to issue a receipt.
The Embassy does not accept Money Orders or cheques. Cash should not be sent by mail / post. No Vipps payments.
If the documents are sent by post, a printed copy of the bank transaction confirming the payment, including the charge for the services and postage for return of documents should be enclosed with the application. Applicants who wish to receive their documents by post, should pay the postage to the Embassy’s account. Payments made to the Embassy with regard to the applications are non-refundable.
Postage for return of documents by Registered Post
For addresses in Norway : NOK 200 (Small packages) / NOK 250 (Medium packages) / NOK 340 (Large packages)
For Finland and Iceland (or any other foreign country) :
NOK 230 (Small packages) / NOK 300 (Medium packages) / NOK 500 (Large packages)
* Small: Thickness up to 2 cm - envelope size up to B5 (17.6 x 25 cm)
Medium: Thickness up to 2 cm - envelope size up to B4 (25 x 35.3 cm)
Large: More than 2 cm thick or envelope size larger than B4 ( 25 x 35.3 cm)
More information and prices - https://www.posten.no/priser
Bank : DNB Norway
Account No. : 70580577189
IBAN : NO81 7058 0577 189
BIC (SWIFT CODE) : DNBANOKKXXX
Bank charges for International Payments
Please note that the Norwegian Bank charges a transaction fee of NOK 50 for each International transaction. Therefore, the applicants who make the payments from abroad, Eg. Finland and Iceland, are advised to add the transaction fee (NOK 50) to the consular fees published in the website.