If you are a Norwegian citizen who is planning to travel to the United States, you have two options: applying for a Norwegian visa or applying for a US visa. Follow this guide on how to apply for your US visa at the embassy in Oslo, Norway and the consulate in Tokyo, Japan!
If you are a Norwegian citizen who likes to visit the U.S., there is no need to apply for a visa in advance. If you are a Japanese citizen and want to visit the U.S., you will need to apply for a Visa at a U.S. Embassy or Consulate in Tokyo, Japan or submit your application electronically. US VISA FOR NORWEGIAN CITIZENS
What are the requirements to apply for a US Visa?
To apply for a US visa from Norway or Japan, you will need to submit the following:
-A completed visa application form
-Proof of citizenship (a certified copy of your birth certificate, passport, or other government-issued identification)
-Two passport-sized photos
-The appropriate fee(s) payable to the US embassy or consulate
There are a few requirements that you must meet in order to apply for a US visa from Norway or Japan. The most important requirement is that you must have a valid passport. You will also need to provide documentation proving your identity, such as a driver’s license or passport photo. You may also be required to provide proof of your finances, such as bank statements or investment records. Finally, you will need to provide information about your travel plans and the purposes of your visit. US VISA FOR JAPANESE CITIZENS
Requirements to apply for a Japanese Visa
To apply for a Japanese Visa, you will need to meet the following requirements:
-A valid passport which is not expiring within six months from the date of your planned travel to Japan
-A visa application form which can be downloaded from the Japanese embassy or consulate website
-Proof of sufficient funds (minimum JPY 54,000) to cover your stay in Japan
-Your passport photograph
-Evidence of onward travel arrangements (if applicable)
-Your airplane ticket(s), if traveling from outside of Japan
Once you have assembled all of the required documents, you can submit them to the Japanese embassy or consulate. You should allow at least three weeks for processing. If traveling from Norway, please note that a visa may still be required by certain countries upon arrival in Japan. For more information, please contact the Norwegian Embassy or Consulate in Tokyo.
To apply for a Japanese visa, you will need to provide the following:
-Your passport with at least six months remaining on the current validity
-A recent passport size photograph
-Evidence of financial support, if required
-Your airline ticket to Japan, showing the date of travel and your name as the passenger
-Proof of onward travel (if you are not staying in Japan)
-Your hotel reservation, showing the date of stay and your name as the guest. If you are staying in an Airbnb or similar accommodation, show the address and room number.
If you are traveling with a group, each member of the group must provide proof of their own financial support. This can be anything from a bank statement to confirmation from your employer that you will be paid while in Japan.
Where do you find the application forms for these visas?
The United States Embassy or Consulate in your home country will have the application forms for these visas. You can also find them on the U.S. Department of State website.
Do I need an attorney?
If you are traveling to the United States and you have not been previously admitted as a lawful permanent resident, you will need to apply for a visa from the U.S. embassy or consulate in your home country. The process of applying for a visa can vary depending on which country you are visiting, but generally speaking, there are three steps that you will need to complete: fill out an application form, provide supporting documentation, and pay the fees.
There are a few things that you should keep in mind when applying for a US visa. First, make sure that your application is complete and accurate. Missing any required information can result in delays or rejection of your application, so be sure to include all of the requested information. Additionally, remember to attach any relevant documents (like your passport) to your application form. Finally, be prepared to pay the applicable visa fees. These fees can vary depending on which country you are visiting and how long your application will take to process, so it is important to consult with the U.S. embassy or consulate in your home country before making payment arrangements.
Is there any cost involved with applying for my visa?
There is no cost involved with applying for a US visa from Norway and Japan. However, you will need to submit your application in person at the nearest US embassy or consulate.