The main thing here is that now there is not one but two tests you must pass before you can become a permanent resident in Norway.You must pass the oral Norwegian language test at A1 level. You probably noticed that in 2016 immigration reform was a hot topic in politics. So here we bring you the updated requirements for permanent residency ().The release of 11.5 million documents containing nearly 40 years of data have made tax returns dinner-table conversation.The likelihood of a system such as Norway’s being adopted by other countries is unclear.
In the latest Transparency International Corruption Perception Index, Norway was ranked fifth out of 168 economies.
Overnight on a date in October, income tax returns are posted online, allowing neighbours and colleagues to peer into one another's financial affairs.
The thought of anyone being able to find out what you earn is enough to make many people uncomfortable, but for Norwegians it’s not unusual.
Then pay attention to these updated rules and requirements from UDI. Thursday, January 05, 2017 Here at LIngu’s Norskbloggen we support our readers in many ways, and we want to make sure that you have a happy experience with your immigration process.
What we are seeing now is the implementation new rules that Stortinget passed in the summer and autumn of 2016.
If you submitted your application before that date you don’t need to worry about the new rules.