The information is stored in VIS for five years, beginning from the date a visa expires, an application is rejected or an issued visa has been changed.
If you are registered in VIS you have the right to know what information about you is stored there. You also have the right to know which Schengen country has provided or registered the information.
If you wish to find out what information is registered about you, you must fill in the form Request for access to information in the Visa Information System (VIS) (pdf, 591 kB) Send the form along with a copy of your ID (e.g. passport) to UDI by mail or email:
The Norwegian Directorate of Immigration
Postboks 2098 Vika
If any of the information about you is incorrect or missing, you can ask for it to be corrected. You must write a letter where you explain how the information is incorrect, and send it to the above address.
You can also ask for advice and guidance from The Norwegian Data Protection Agency (external website), which has a supervisory responsibility. The Data Protection Agency can check for you if the information about you in VIS is correct and has been used correctly.
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