Disclosure of information to private enterprises

Certain changes have been made to the law regarding the access of private enterprises to National Registry information. Under Section 10-1 second paragraph, private entities will now have unrestricted access to the following information for look-ups and updating of their own registers.

  • Full name, including history
  • Date of birth
  • Gender
  • Basis for registered identity
  • Address (not confidential or classified addresses under the Document Protection Instructions), including history
  • Place of birth
  • Citizenship
  • Marital status (all types)
  • Guardian
  • Confirmed future power of attorney
  • Date of death
  • Registration status (resident, emigrated, deceased, ceased and inactive D number)

As before, look-ups in the National Registry are only permitted using so-called ‘unambiguous searches’, where the person is named and identifiable. This also encompasses access to the eQuest service. EVRY will be able to provide more information on how this service works.

In order to gain access to national ID numbers/D numbers, there must be a justified need.

To the National Registry Act and Regulation

  • New National Registry Act
  • New National Registry Regulation

How do I apply for disclosure of information?

You can download, fill in and submit the application form to apply for access to information from the National Registry under the new National Registry Act.

Applications for individual items of information

Apply via our contact form. You can obtain three or four items of information per week free of charge.

If you have a long list of information which you wish to obtain, you must pay a fee for it.

If your enquiry concerns more than four people, you should send it to:

Skatt nord
Postboks 6310
9293 Tromsø

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