The Egypt e-Visa for Norwegians was introduced to simplify the process of obtaining a visa to enter the country. It saves travelers the hassle of going to an embassy or queueing at the border to apply for a visa.
The electronic visa is available as a single-entry visa (valid a singular stay of up to 30 days) or as a multiple-entry visa (valid for up to 90 days and allows reentries). Though the Egypt e-Visa application only takes a few minutes, travelers should apply at least seven days before entering Egypt to allow time for the application to be processed.
Yes, Norwegians need a visa to enter Egypt. Very few nationalities can enter Egypt without a visa.
For short stays, there are a couple of different types of visas available to Norwegian travelers. The Egypt e-Visa is the most convenient option and there is also the option of a visa on arrival for Norwegians.
For stays of longer than 90 days, Norwegians need to go to the Egyptian embassy or consulate to apply for a visa. There are different options which vary in lengths of time and reasons for visiting.
The Egypt visa form for Norwegian citizens only takes a matter of minutes to fill out. Applicants need to enter a range of information including their full name, date of birth, address, and passport details. There are also some questions related to health and security.
Once an application has been submitted and approved by the Egyptian authorities, the e-Visa is sent by email. Travelers can then enter Egypt by presenting their visa, along with their passports, at the Egyptian border.
Norwegian citizens must meet a number of Egypt visa requirements to successfully apply for the e-Visa. In addition to paying a fee using a credit or debit card, applicants must meet the following passport requirements for Norwegians:
Before submitting the online form, applicants should carefully revise all the information they enter. Any incorrect or inaccurate information could lead to delays in the process.
Before the Egypt e-Visa was available, Norwegians had to queue at the border for a visa. The visa on arrival is still available though the e-Visa has replaced it as the most convenient option.
To obtain a visa on arrival for Norwegian citizens, Norwegian travelers can queue at the kiosks at airport terminals. It is necessary to have a passport which is valid for at least six months, complete the application form, and pay a $25 visa fee. The fee needs to be paid in cash and it is advised to have the exact amount to avoid complications.