An Evening with the Ambassador and the American Citizen Services unit in Kristiansand

On November 13, 2018, Ambassador Kenneth J. Braithwaite met with approximately 70 U.S. citizens at the International School in Kristiansand.  The Embassy’s American Citizen Services unit hosted an informal event titled An Evening with the Ambassador, in order to provide a forum for Americans in Norway to come together to meet Ambassador Braithwaite and to share information, ...
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How to get to the new embassy

From May 15, 2017, the U.S. Embassy in Oslo will be located at Morgedalsvegen 36 at Huseby in Oslo. It will no longer be located at Henrik Ibsens gate 48. Three separate entrances The new U.S. Embassy has three separate entrances: The consular entrance is located on Sørkedalsveien; the main entrance is located on Morgedalsvegen, as ...
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Important notice to United States Citizens living in Norway

The United States Embassy in Oslo regrets to inform citizens in our consular district that we are no longer able to accept passport application fees by mail (as well as other consular services). Due to an unexpected change in banking procedures, the Unites States Embassy in Oslo is no longer able to deposit bank checks ...
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New U.S. Embassy at Makrellbekken to open May 15

The U.S. Embassy in Oslo is pleased to announce that the construction of the new embassy compound is completed and the embassy will be open for business at the new address Morgedalsvegen 36 starting May 15, 2017. Since 1959, the U.S. Embassy has been located at Drammensveien 18/Henrik Ibsens gate 48 in the heart of ...
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Executive Order on Protecting the Nation from Terrorist Attacks by Foreign Nationals

To allow for proper review and establishment of standards to prevent terrorist or criminal infiltration by foreign nationals, the Executive Order imposes on nationals of certain designated countries a 90-day bar on entry into the United States.  This bar also includes a 90-day prohibition on visa issuance.  These countries, as designated by Congress or the ...
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