We can generally help you right away on chat, Facebook or phone at 800 80 000. You only have to go to the tax office if you're going to an ID control when immigrating, if you want to apply for a tax deduction card but lack a valid D number, if you want to report that you've moved to Norway, or if you want to confirm paternity. If you still need to attend at the tax office, you have to book an appointment. Please note that not all tax offices offer ID-control.
If you still need to attend at the tax office, you have to book an appointment. Each appointment lasts for 15 minutes.
Are you a foreign worker?
Foreign workers should contact The Service Centre for Foreign Workers (SUA). SUA provides an efficient application process and guidance for foreigners who come to Norway to work.
When you go to a tax office, you must bring the following:
- Valid ID document: A passport or a national ID card with a picture of you and showing nationality and gender.
- Documentation substantiating your case. Examples:
- An employment contract or written offer of work.
- A contract for the purchase or leasing of a house for at least six months.
- If you have a sole proprietorship, you must bring confirmation of this.
- Electronic ID if you have one, for instance BankID, BankID on mobile or MinID.