Right to correction of personal data in SIS

If you believe that UDI is processing information about you in SIS that is incorrect, you can request to correct or supplement the information with additional information.

When can I request a correction?

If you discover that UDI has registered incorrect, out-of-date or incomplete information about you in SIS, you have the right to have this corrected or updated. You must be able to prove that the information is incorrect and what information is correct. If correction is not practically possible, you can ask us to add more information. If the information is correct - but gives an incorrect impression, you can ask us to add more information.

To request a correction, you must fill in and submit this form:

Access, correction and deletion in the Schengen Information System (SIS) (pdf, 193 kB)

Requesting a correction is free of charge.

How long does it take to get a response?

UDI must carry out corrections as soon as possible. You will normally receive a reply within a month. If it takes longer, UDI must notify you and provide justification.

If UDI has disclosed information to others

In certain situations, we share information stored in SIS with others, for example the police, for border control purposes. If your personal data has been corrected and UDI has previously released your data to someone else, UDI is normally obliged to notify the recipient or recipients of the correction. You also have the right to know who has received your personal data.


Section 16 of the SIS Act (in Norwegian) (external website)

Article 16 of the General Data Protection Regulation (external website)

Article 53 of Regulation (UE) 2018/1861 on the establishment, operation and use of the Schengen Information System (SIS) border checks (external website)