Oslo police district increases the capacity of the passport offices

Norwegian passport UDINorwegian passport. Photo: Jon Olav Nesvold / NTB scanpix

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From April 1st, Oslo Police District will increase staffing at its passport offices in Grønland, Oslo, and in Sandvika, Bærum, to meet demand.

The offices will also be open on Saturdays from April 4th to June 27th, with the exception of Saturday April 11th (Easter Eve), to meet demand before summer.

“We ask those who do not immediately need a new passport to wait until we have better capacity in April,” says Lars Borge Blomquist, head of the passport section, in a press release.

From April 15th, in Oslo police district it will only be possible to apply for a passport with a pre-booked time. Physical attendance for drop-in will no longer be possible, but a limited number of extra hours per day will be posted on the passport office’s website.

© NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today

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