Consular Services

In this section

Mackinnons Consultant Keith MacRae is the Honorary Norwegian Consul and Danish Vice Consul and Fiona Stevenson is the Honorary Norwegian Vice-Consul in Aberdeen.

  • Danish passports for children up to 12 years old
  • Danish Emergency Passports
  • Laissez Passer documents for Denmark
  • Norwegian passports for children up to 12 years old
  • Norwegian Travel Documents
  • Mustering crew, ship authorisations and Change of flag for Norway

General consular services and assistance are offered to Norwegian and Danish citizens and businesses in the North East of Scotland.

In association with the Norwegian-British Chamber of Commerce we have produced a Velkommen til Aberdeen guide which is intended as a reference to help you settle into your new surroundings. 

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Contact:

  • Honorary Consul Keith MacRae for Norway
  • Honorary Vice-Consul Fiona Stevenson for Norway
  • Honorary Vice-Consul Keith MacRae for Denmark

Phone:  +44 (0) 1224 632464

E-mail: keith@mackinnons.com or fionas@mackinnons.com

Visa applications and adult passport applications must be made to :- 

 Royal Norwegian Embassy

25 Belgrave Square

London SW1X 8QD

Phone: +44 (0) 20 7591 5500

E-mail: emb.london@mfa.no

web: www.norway.org.uk 

 

Embassy of Denmark

55 Sloane Street

London SW1X 9SR

Phone: +44 (0) 20 7333 0200

E-mail: lonamb@um.dk 

web: storbritannien.um.dk

 

 

 

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