Please check whether you qualify as a skilled worker.
All other employees must wait to enter Norway until they have received an answer to their application.
Skilled workers who need a visa to visit Norway can in some cases be issued an entry visa, so that they can travel to Norway in order to hand in their application for a residence permit to the police, or wait for an answer to their application for a residence permit.
Such a visa does not entitle you to work in Norway, but it does entitle you to stay in Norway while you wait for the UDI to process your application for a residence permit.
To be granted such a visa, it must be probable that your application for a residence permit for skilled workers will be granted.
Please note! If you already have been granted a residence permit for work, you should not apply for an entry visa for skilled workers.
As a rule, you cannot.
However, you can start working if you have applied for a residence permit for a skilled worker with an employer in Norway and already have received a confirmation of early employment start from the police.
You have to report your new address to the National Registry (opens in new window) as soon as you know you will be moving. The UDI automatically receives your new address from the registry.
If you are in Norway, and you move before your application has been processed, you must notify the police that you are moving no later than one week after you have moved. You can notify the police where you are moving to, or where you lived before.
If you are abroad, and you move before the UDI has processed your application, you must notify the embassy or consulate you applied to. If you fail to do this, you risk not receiving the answer to your application.