Information about getting to the interview
This is what you need to know when you are going to an interview and do not live in an asylum reception centre
- You are to travel with the cheapest option for travel from where you live (for example bus or train). If you need to travel by taxi, car or plane, you need to get approval for this from the UDI well ahead of the time of your departure if you are to get your money back. In the letter summoning you to the interview, you will find information about how to contact us to get your travel plans approved.
- The UDI only cover travel expenses to and from the asylum interview for you who are summoned to the interview. The UDI does not cover travel expenses for your family or your friends. If you have special reasons why you need someone to accompany you, you need to get this approved by the UDI before your trip starts.
- To get your travel expenses covered, you can either use the travel requisition to pay for the trip, or the travel reimbursement form to get the cost of your trip payed back to you afterwards. Both accompany the letter summoning you to your interview.
- If you need to stay the night, you have to arrange for a place to stay and pay for it yourself. If it is not possible for you to arrange for a place to stay, you need to contact the UDI.
- You have to pay for food on the trip yourself. On the day of the interview, you will be provided with a light lunch by the UDI.
This is what you need to know when you are going to an interview and you live in an asylum reception centre
- You have to travel to the city where your interview is taking place well ahead of the scheduled time for your interview.
- Ask the staff at your reception centre (mottak) to help you organise your travel. They will order tickets for you. Remember that you have to make sure you have a return ticket, or money to pay for your trip back to your reception centre.
This is how you get to Hammersborg torg 3, Oslo
This is how you get to Prinsens gate 1, Trondheim