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What is the Embassy's address?
Oscars gate 29, Oslo
De Nederlandse Ambassade
Tel: (+47) 23 33 36 00
What are the Embassy's opening hours?
Consultation without appointment weekdays from 10.00 – 12.00. If you wish to make an appointment outside these hours, we kindly ask you to contact the Embassy on (+47) 23 33 36 00 or via email: email@example.com. Appointments can be made on weekdays between 12.00 –14.00.
Where can I apply for a new passport?
You can apply for a new passport or ID-card at the Embassy in Oslo only.
Can I apply for a new passport in the Netherlands?
It is possible to apply for a new passport at the local authorities in The Hague. Please contact them via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
What do I need to bring for my passport-application?
For the application you will need your current travel document and one passport photo. You will find more information at Consular Services. Please visit www.paspoortinformatie.nl if you need more information about the photo requirements.
Do I need to bring my children even if they're under 12 years?
Everyone applying for a travel document (pass or ID-card) needs to come to the Embassy to apply. This holds also for minors.
Where can I make a suitable photo?
There is a photographer located close to the Embassy. You will find more information about the photo requirements at www.paspoortinfomatie.nl.
Can I change my (last) name in my passport?
If you got married or divorced you can change you're name in your passport. In that case you need to bring the marriage or divorce certificate. If this is a Norwegian document, it needs to have an apostille stamp.
Where can I find information about getting married in the Netherlands?
On this website you can find information under Marriage. You can also visit www.denhaag.nl or contact the local authorities in The Hague by email: email@example.com.
Where can I find information about getting married in Norway?
On this website you can find information under Marriage.
If I obtain the Norwegian or Icelandic nationality, what happens to my Dutch nationality?
If you obtain the Norwegian or Icelandic nationality you will loose your Dutch nationality. Under Dutch Nationality you will find more information about the Dutch nationality legislation.
And what are the consequences for my children's nationality?
Children always get the mother's nationality at birth. If the parents are married or the father has acknowledged the child, the child will get the father's nationality as well (if this differs from the mother's). A child will then have a dual nationality. Under Birth you will find more information about the nationality legislation regarding children.
How can I become a Dutch citizen?
Under Dutch Nationality you will find more information about nationality legislation.
Hoe can my child obtain the Dutch nationality?
Under Birth you will find more information about the nationality legislation regarding children.
How and where can I extend my Dutch driver's licence?
If you live in Norway or Iceland and your Dutch driver's license expires, it is not possible to extend the Dutch license. You will in that case need to apply for a Norwegian or Icelandic driver's license. More information can be found under Driver's License.
Legalisation of Documents
Where can I legalise my Dutch documents?
You can have your Dutch documents legalised at a Dutch court. They will provide the document with an apostille stamp for use in foreign countries. More information about the legalisation of documents.
Where can I legalise my Norwegian or Icelandic documents?
You can have your Norwegian documents legalised at your local Fylkesmann. Icelandic documents are legalised by the Icelandic Ministry for Foreign Affairs. More information about the legalisation of documents.
Where can I find Dutch speaking lawyers in Norway?
At the website www.advokatenhjelperdeg.no you will find an overview of lawyers in Norway and the languages they speak.