Persons who do not need a visa to visit Norway (visa-free)
Some people do not need a visa to visit Norway because they hold a passport from a country that Norway has a visa exemption agreement with. This also applies if you have a residence permit in an EU/EEA country or if you have a special passport.
Persons with a residence permit in a Schengen country. They must bring their residence card and passport.
Persons who have a residence card in a Schengen country because they have a family member who is a citizen of another EU/EEA country. They must bring their residence card and passport.
Persons who have
a residence card in Ireland, Cyprus, Bulgaria or Romania because they have a family member who is a citizen of another EU/EEA country, and
are going to travel to Norway together with the family member or meet the family member in Norway. They must bring their residence card and passport.
Persons who have a
residence card in the United Kingdom, because they have a family member who is a citizen of another EU/EEA country. The card must have the following text: "Residence Card of a Family Member of an EU Citizen" or "Residence Card of a Family Member of an EEA National" or "Permanent Residence Card" (an EU Settlement Scheme card is not valid), and
will be travelling to Norway with his or her family member, or will be meeting the family member in Norway. They need to bring their residence card and their passport.
School pupils who live in an EU country and participate in a school trip.
Persons with refugee travel documents issued by Malta, Ireland, Liechtenstein, the UK or Switzerland (it will be stated in the travel document that it is issued according to "UN Convention of 28 July 1951").
Refugees or stateless persons living in an EU/EEA country who have travel documents issued by that country.
Identity cards for seafarers issued by Algeria, Albania, Angola, Azerbaijan, Belize, Cuba, Djibouti, Dominica, Fiji, Ghana, Grenada, Guinea-Bissau, Guyana, Belarus, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Iran, Yemen, Jordan, Cameroon, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Liberia, Madagascar, Morocco, Moldova, Myanmar, Nigeria, Pakistan, Russia, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, the Solomon Islands, Sri Lanka, South Korea, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Tunis, Turkey, Ukraine or Vanuatu, when he or she is to take up or leave a position on a ship in a Norwegian harbour, or is a member of a ship’s crew and wishes to visit the harbour in which the ship is docked during shore leave
The Philippine 'Seafarer’s Identification and Record Book' or ordinary Philippine passport (when the person is to sign on or off a ship in a Norwegian harbour)
Travel documents for refugee seamen issued by: Australia, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Canada, Denmark, France, Ireland, Italy, Croatia, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Morocco, Mauritius, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Serbia and Montenegro, Slovenia, the UK, Switzerland, Sweden or Germany.