Some employees of organisations who carry out international humanitarian work do not need a residence permit for short work stays in Norway. Check whether you need a residence permit.
Performers, artists, musicians and their support staff do not need a residence permit if they are to have concerts or performances in Norway for a total of maximum 14 days during a calendar year. You or your client must notify the police in writing before you enter Norway. Please check whether you need a visitor's visa.
British musicians, artists and their support staff who do not have an employer in Norway do not need a residence permit if they are going to perform, participate in competitions or hold rehearsals in Norway for up to 90 days in a 180-day period.
You or your employer must notify the police in writing before you enter Norway.
NOK 296 550 per year pre-tax. People hired by Kulturtanken, formerly known as Rikskonsertene (Concerts Norway) are covered by a separate agreement (external website) (page in Norwegian).
In some very special cases, you can get a residence permit for a stay for cultural purposes in Norway.
Some examples of what can fall under such stays for cultural purposes are if you are:
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