Getting registered in Norway
What you need to do depends on factors such as your nationality, how long you will be staying and whether or not you intend to work. For more information about getting registered, please refer to the different topics below.
Mandatory Tuberculosis Chest X-ray
It is mandatory for all international students to check if they need to take a tuberculosis chest x-ray.
Norwegian Identity Number
Depending on how long you are staying in Norway, you are either entitled to a temporary identity number (D-number) or a Norwegian identity number.
Opening a Norwegian bank account
What you need to know about opening a Norwegian bank account.
Tax deduction card
If you intend to work when you are in Norway, you will need to apply for a tax deduction card.
In order to get a tax deduction card you first need an employment contract or written offer of employment.
To apply for a tax deduction card, you must pre-book an appointment (sua.no) with the Service Centre for foreign workers.
In addition to a valid ID document, an application for a tax deduction card and an employment contract, you need a Norwegian Identity number (D-number or National ID number depending on how long you are staying in Norway). When you register a move to Norway, you can apply for a Norwegian Identity Number and a tax card at the same time.