Contact Us

There are several ways of contacting the Embassy:

Switchboard

21 30 85 40
(open 08:30 to 17:00 Monday-Friday)
The Embassy is closed on Norwegian and American holidays.

Consular affairs (passports, visas or legal affairs)

Contact information
The official website for U.S. visa information in Norway is available at:
www.ustraveldocs.com/no

E-mail
Support-Norway@ustraveldocs.com

Call Center
In Norway:  23 96 05 55 (8am-8pm, five days a week)
In the U.S.: +1 703-520-2568 (7am – 3pm, five days a week)

For non-visa related inquiries, please e-mail the appropriate address below:

If you do not have access to e-mail, you can call the below offices during phone hours at the following numbers:

  • Federal benefits: 21 30 85 58 between 09.00 and 12.00 Monday – Friday.

ESTA

If you have questions about ESTA, please reach out to Customs and Border Protection (CBP) who administers all aspects of ESTA here: https://help.cbp.gov/app/ask

Doing Business

Questions about trade, commerce and doing business can be directed to the Commercial Section.

General information about the United States

Questions about the United States that do not concern consular affairs can be directed to the Information Resource Center: osloirc@state.gov

Media Requests

General questions, interview requests or other inquiries from the press should be directed to the Public Affairs Section. Please contact us here: oslopress@state.gov / 21308662 (21308594).

Preventing Terrorism, Fraud and Crime

The Embassy encourages information about any possible terrorism, fraud or crime from the public. Please inform us if you have any information or questions about terrorism, threats to the Embassy or other US interests, visas or passports fraud, or any criminal activity directed against the US or its citizens via email to oslotips@state.gov. Be as specific as possible. All information will be kept confidential.

Information for schools and students

Send an e-mail to the Information Resource Center osloedu@state.gov.

Travel and Tourism

Unfortunately, the U.S. embassy does not have a travel and tourism office, and we cannot provide travel information, brochures, schedules, etc. There is a great deal of travel information on the internet, and we suggest you begin by visiting USA.gov or Discover America website.

Grants

If you want to learn about our small grants program, please visit our grants page. You can also e-mail oslogrants@state.gov.

Comments and questions about the website

This site is produced and maintained by the Public Affairs Section at the Embassy of the United States of America in Norway. We welcome your comments and suggestions at osloirc@state.gov.