José M spanish solicitor
Did you inscribe your marriage in the Norway civil register?
Once you will do it you will get a permanent visa to stay
If you wish to come to Norway through family immigration you must, as a rule, have been granted a residence permit before entering Norway. However, in certain circumstances you may enter Norway before you have been granted a residence permit. In such cases, you need an entry visa if you are subject to the visa requirement – a visa for applying for or waiting for a decision on an application for family immigration.
It is only the following family members who may apply for a type D visa:
The embassy processes the application. The embassy may only give a D visa if it is very likely that you will be granted a residence permit. If, for example, the sponsor does not fulfill the income requirement , the embassy cannot give you such a visa.
In order to apply you must therefore hand in a visa application form as well as all the necessesary documentation for a family immigration application (if you have not already handed in this documentation). You hand in the application at the nearest embassy that handles applications for residence.
You can apply for an entry visa before, at the same time or after you have applied for a family immigration permit.
If you get such a visa you can travel to Norway and hand in your application for family immigration to the police or wait for a decision on an application for family immigration which you have already submitted at the embassy.
If your application is rejected by the embassy, you can appeal to the UDI, who will look at your application again.
Please note that if you are granted an entry visa, this is not a guarantee that you will be granted a family immigration permit.
If you have not applied for and been granted a temporary work permit, you are not entitled to work during the visa period. Nor are you entitled to schooling, Norwegian language tuition and certain other benefits while you are waiting for your application to be processed.
I have married in Pakistan in 1992 my wife is nor wegian national ihave 4kids and they are also Norwegian nationals
You have to inscribe the marriage in the closer civil register if it is not and then you could get a permenent visa to stay there
is it possible for me to get long term Schengen visa
Contact the closer civil register and inscribe the marriage
I will be here if needed
Please tell me what could I do for you
You need to contact the closer civil register and inscribe your marriage and with it inscribed to ask for a permanent visa a a relative of Norwegian person
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