When we process your application, we consider how probable it is that you will return to your home country or the country you live in when the visit is over. We consider the situation in your country and your own situation.
We will focus on whether you have anything that ties you to your home country, for example work, property, a spouse or family members who you are supporting.
If we believe that it is unlikely that you will return, your application will normally be rejected.
Your possibility of getting a visa
If you plan to visit another family member, for example a grandmother, aunt or cousin, you can be granted a visa if you have very strong ties to your home country.
If you have a special reason for visiting Norway, for example to attend a funeral, you have a better chance of being granted a visa.