Question by Eric L: If we move to Norway, will we be eligible for free health care, education for kids, etc?
I work freelance over the internet & could support myself in Norway.The cost of living there is high but would be offset if my wife & I received the same benefits that Norwegians receive, i.e., free (mostly) health care & free college for kids if we ever have some. I hear it takes 7 years to become a Norwegian citizen. Would we qualify for the above benefits even if we weren’t citizens? If not in Norway, how about in Sweden or Denmark? (BTW, I used to speak Norwegian well 20 years ago & it would come back quickly if I moved there)m
Answer by JSmith
No you would have to live there for a set period of time before qualify for any benefits. Also of Americans just think they can pack up and move to Europe within a week, but you will need to get residency.
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Question by mumbleish: moving to norwayy, helpp ?
my boyfriend wants to move to norway.. could somebody help me on things i need to no before moving.. what paper work is needed etc… also how easy would finding a job be etc…. any advice welcome… thanks in advance
Answer by Charlie
First, if you are Americans, you must apply for and receive the appropriate visa to reside in Norway and work there. . To get a work visa , you will need to be highly educated and skilled…and find an employer to sponsor your work visa. You will need to search the embassy website below to learn work visa requirements . You may need to contact the nearest consulate with your questions. Do you know that Norway has the highest cost of living in the world/
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