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It is a requirement of the Schengen visa that you apply to the country that is your main destination. Your friend has already broken the rules by applying to France when he wants to visit Norway. You are also required to state your travel plans in the application, which your friend did not do. French authorities are already aware of your friend's desire to ...


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A common-format residence card is one issued by an EEA or EU country whose design matches the one shown here. The most important features to look for is the red-blue-red background pattern, and stars and a bull symbol on the left-hand side above the photo. (The background pattern on the right is a national design that differs between member countries). If ...


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This should be enough time if your first flight is on time. You will go through customs in Oslo. The procedure is a bit unusual.


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It’s is more than adequate for sure if you only have carry on and more than likely ok even with checked baggage, Oslo’s airport is really small


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You could try the Frelsesarmeen Tromsø (Salvation Army), Grønnegata 97, 9259 Tromsø, Tel 77 68 31 82, www.frelsesarmeen.no/tromsoe


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It's certainly true that there are often areas in airports (including Norwegian airports) where photography is forbidden -- most frequently in the security control zone. Here's an example from Sandefjord Airport in Torp, near Oslo (source): As you can see, there's a sign at the entrance clearly indicating the prohibition in Norwegian and English (circled in ...


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