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 278 693 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).
Citizens of New Zealand under the age of 31 can be granted a residence permit to take longer holidays and work in Norway.
NOK 12 537 per month, i.e.
NOK 37 611 for the first three months.
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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