The most common reason Norwegian permanent residence applications are rejected
Permanent residence comes with the benefit of living and working in Norway for as long as you wish. The UDI has revealed to The Local the most common reason why people have their permanent residence applications turned down.
Published: 27 July 2022 12:21 CEST Updated: 11 August 2022 15:28 CEST
These are the most common reasons why Norwegian permanent residence applications are rejected. Pictured is Ålesund. Photo by Mike Benna on Unsplash
What are the key benefits of Norway’s family immigration permit?
When moving to Norway, you may need a residence permit to live and work there legally. Norway’s family immigration permit has several advantages that may make it a more attractive proposition than other types of residence.
Published: 19 September 2022 15:38 CEST Updated: 25 September 2022 08:57 CEST
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