For general inquiries, please call the switchboard at +47 23 35 15 00 between 8.00–15.45, Mon-Fri. Opening hours from May 15th to September 14th: 08.00–15.00.
Read about how you book or change an appointment with the police or a foreign service mission (embassy or consulate). You need an appointment for handling in supporting documents to your application and for getting yourself a residence card.
Contact information for the police
In Oslo, the police office where you hand in applications and documents are in Schweigaards gate 15 B. You need to have a pre-booked appointment to visit this office. This also applies if you are getting your residence card, collecting your residence permit or would like information.
Read about how to book an appointment and more information for applicants in Oslo
In Sør-Trøndelag the police office where you hand in applications and documents is at Sentrum police station, Gryta 4, 7005 Trondheim. You need to have a pre-booked appointment to visit this office. This also applies if you are getting your residence card.
Read about how to book an appointment and more information for applicants in Trondheim/Sør-Trøndelag
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Researchers who want access to information about cases (Norwegian language only)
Policy of openness regarding the processing of cases in the immigration administration (Norwegian language only)
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Asylum seeker reception centres
UtlendingsdirektoratetPostboks 8108 Dep.NO-0032 OsloNorway
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UtlendingsdirektoratetHausmanns g. 210182 Oslo(map)
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The Norwegian Electronic Trading Format (EHF) is compatible with PEPPOL BIS format in EU. For more information on electronic invoices, see www.dfo.no/efb
Our electronic invoice address is: 974 760 746
Please specify the invoice with a reference number and person who made the order.
Until further notice can reimbursement claims and similar use the following address:Utlendingsdirektoratet (UDI)Fakturamottak DFØPostboks 4104NO-2307 HAMARNORWAY
Fax numbers for the different departments
The UDI's organisation number is 974760746
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