Residence permit for Norway
All foreign nationals who intend to stay in Norway beyond 90 days must have either a residence- work or study permit. As a general rule, the application for such permits must be submitted from your country of origin or from a country where you have had legal residence for a minimum of the last 6 months prior to application.
Do you have any questions about travelling to Norway and what kind of permit you will need? The Norwegian Directorate of Immigration (UDI) has issued a set of fact sheets that will help you out.
The fact sheets are published in several languages and cover the following areas:
• Work permit - entitles the holder to work in Norway. Different rules apply to nationals of different countries and to with people with different occupations.
• Residence permits for students - a foreign national who wishes to study in Norway may be granted a residence permit for this purpose
• Family immigration - means that a family member is living abroad is allowed to come to Norway to live with one or more family members who already live here or intend to live here permanently. For more information about Family Immigration, please click here
For all the fact sheets, please click here
Residence permit for Denmark
For information on the different types of residence permit in Denmark and on how to apply, click here to read more.
Please note that it is not possible to use the Application Portal for applications for residence permits in Denmark.