If you are in Norway then you will find the British Embassy in Norway located in Oslo. If you need to register a birth or register a marriage or death then you can speak to the staff at the Embassy in Oslo. We have listed the contact details such as the telephone number, email address and a map to the British Embassy in Norway.
British Embassy in Norway
Note the closing times and operating hours of the embassy in Norway. Like everywhere else call the Embassy before you visit the Embassy. Now if you are on holiday and have lost your passport then you will need to report this to the police. Their case number will be needed later. You will need this police report when you apply for a new passport as they will require this report at the Embassy. When you transfer your old visa from the lost passport. This over to the new passport then immigration will need that police report as well.
Should you be getting married then see that you will need a letter of no impediment from the Embassy. This to prove that you are single and able to marry. This take a few days and you will need to have your original divorce decree with you. Once issued like everywhere else it will need to be verified as authentic and then translated and certify the translation.
British Embassy Oslo
All other sections (Political, Corporate Services, UKTI) are open from 9am to 4pm.
Getting to the embassy
The embassy is in West Oslo between Bygdøy Allé and Drammensveien at Thomas Heftyes gate 8. You can reach us by public transport on the number 13 tram to Skillebekk or the number 30 or 31 bus to Frogner Kirke. Parking is limited around the embassy.