Consulate of Iceland in Haugesund, Norway
- AddressR.G. Hagland A/S,, Smedasundet 97B,, Postbox 98
- Email[email protected]
- Fax52 70 12 11
- Phone52 70 12 00
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About Consulate of Iceland in Haugesund, Norway
Icelandic Consulate in Haugesund runs an inclusive range of consular services to local, Icelandic, and international citizens in Norway.The Icelandic Consulate in Haugesund supports Norwegian citizens through its consular services, if they:
- Need general or specific info regarding Icelandic economy, culture, sports, education and more
- Need information regarding requirements and process of getting Icelandic Citizenship
- Specific contacts and information in Iceland
- Want to apply and obtain Icelandic Visa
Visa and Passport services
Icelandic passport and visa from are issued only to citizens whose main residence is in Iceland and Norway.
The process of issuing Icelandic Visa and Passport of Iceland can take few weeks.*Please contact with Icelandic Consulate in Haugesund if you have any question as regards of visa and passport matters.
Icelandic representations in Norway
In addition to the Icelandic Consulate in Haugesund, Iceland also has 9 other representations in Norway:
- Icelandic Consulate in Moss
- Icelandic Consulate in Trondheim
- Icelandic Consulate in Tromso
- Icelandic Consulate in Sandnes (Stavanger)
- Icelandic Consulate in Bodo
- Icelandic Consulate in Alesund
- Icelandic Consulate in Bergen
- Icelandic Consulate in Kristiansand
- Icelandic Embassy in Oslo
Norwegian representations in Iceland
- Norwegian Embassy in Reykjavik is the only Norwegian representation in Iceland
Icelandic representations worldwide
Icelandic Consulate In Haugesund represents one of 43 consular and diplomatic representations of Iceland all over the world.
Foreign representations in Norway
Icelandic Consulate In Haugesund represents one of 146 foreign consular and diplomatic representations from around the world in Norway.