If you desire to come to Norway for Work. You must have Residence Permit. Firstly you have to find a suitable Job and then you apply for Norway Residence Permit. The type of Residence Permit you apply depend’s on your Job Profile.
The Residence Permit in Norway previously called work permit. If you’re coming from a country outside the EU/EEA and wish to work in Norway, you need have residence permit. If you’re skilled workers, seasonal workers, self-employed persons or employees in a humanitarian, non-profit or religious organisation one can apply Residence Permit.
Norway offer PR becoming a Permanent Residence in Norway is dream coming true. The Social Life security in Norway is best in the World. the rules of Permanent Residence is little complex but not difficult. The Pr Depend’s on Lenth of Time you are working or Lived in Norway.
The Applicant Start for Applying for PR in UDI Website, Then applicant take a appointment in Local police station, or Immigration office where your document’s are verified.
During the application process you will receive a checklist of document’s. The checklist of Document’s depend on case to case basics.
Residence permit for EU or EEA Citizen. Who have lived in Norway have right for Residence Permit in Norway using EU/EEA Registration Scheme.
This will gurantee stay and work in Norway indefinately. The applicant family member’s can also be brought in Norway. This Permanent Residence Permit for EU/EEA not required to renewed.
The process is Easy but requires transcript from National Population Register, Tax Return and Contract Paper’s and additional document’s like utility bills.
This all document’s above are presented in Immigration Office in Norway. After Several months applicant get the Confirmation.
The Process for Non European is similar to EU/EEA Applicant’s.
Although the length of time you must have lived in Norway is less, the other conditions are more stringent.
You must have resided in Norway for the previous three years and have a valid residence permit. It should be noted that not all residence permits qualify for permanent residence.
This need is in addition to the current requirements for permanent residence:
Have lived in Norway for at least three years in a row.
While in Norway, I did not commit any severe crimes.
Complete 250 hours of Norwegian language instruction (online or in-person).
A1 on the spoken language test (this does not apply to skilled professionals)
Complete 50 hours of social studies instruction.
Pass the social studies exam (in any language you like).
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