Company registration in Norway

Three groups can apply for company registration in Norway: The first group, people with university education and work experience related to education degree, at least bachelor’s degree. The second group, people who have skill diplomas such as associate courses. The third group, people who have no university education and not a skill diploma, but have a long and specialized work history and receive permanent residence for themselves and their families within 3 years.

Company registration in Norway

With a bachelor’s degree, master’s degree or even higher, you can establish your company in Norway and obtain permanent residence for yourself and your respected family for this country within 3 years. You should have a long-term economic plan for immigrating to Norway. The number of employees in your company depends entirely on your circumstances, in many cases you can start and manage your company individually.

Regarding the location, you can establish the company in the commercial-office place that you will rent, or you can start this process in your own home without additional cost.

The applicant must earn and plan in line with his field of study and his business idea and things related to his business plan. The important point is that the company can have contracts and earn money from all over the world. Your wife has the permission to work separately according to her ability and personal goals and to work for the well-being of the family.

You do not need a language certificate to obtain this visa. But since you need to communicate and interact with others according to your goals to earn money, you must have at least knowledge of English or Norwegian. Your visa is renewed every year for 3 years by the Norwegian Immigration Office, after which you and your family, i.e. spouse and children under 18 years of age, can receive permanent residence.

*The important point here is that you and your family cannot stay outside the EU for more than 7 months.

You and your family can apply for a passport of this country after 6 years, and with a Norwegian passport you can travel to any country in the European Union.

-The process of obtaining a Norwegian passport takes about 7 months.

You must have earned approximately 253,378 thousand kroner (Norwegian currency) annually through the economic activity of the company. According to the number of family members, this amount can be increased. For example, a family of three should earn up to 275,000 kroner.

The annual income tax for people who receive visas in this way is about 22%.

Geography of Norway

Norway shares a 2,544 km border with its neighbors. It is 729 km with Finland, 1,619 km with Sweden and 196 km with Russia. The capital of Norway is the city of Oslo with a population of 792 thousand. The area of Norway is 385,207 square kilometers and its population is 5 million and 130 thousand people. The most important cities in Norway include Bergen with 272 thousand people, Trondheim with 153 thousand people, Stavanger with 111 thousand people and Barum with 103 thousand people. Almost 70% of Norway’s land is uninhabitable due to extreme cold and proximity to the North Pole, and as we go from the north to the south of Norway, the cold air decreases and the population density increases.

Norway is a mountainous country whose northern half has very cold weather. Most of Norway’s land is covered with forest, even in the mountainous region. The wood of these forests is a good source of income for Norway. The northern circuit passes through the northern regions of this country. A part of the borders of Norway and Finland is formed by the “Tana” river.

Norwegian economy

Norway has many reserves such as crude oil, natural gas, minerals, aquatics, timber, fresh water and hydroelectric power. The oil industry accounts for about a quarter of the country’s gross domestic product, and the country has the fourth highest per capita income in the world. Norway follows the model of the welfare-oriented countries of Northern Europe, and in exchange for receiving heavy taxes from its citizens, the government grants them universal health insurance and It subsidizes higher education. There is also a comprehensive social security system in this country. From 2001 to 2006 and again from 2009 to 2011, Norway had the highest human development index in the world.

Oil is Norway’s main export; Although this country is not a member of the OPEC organization, it exports 3 million barrels of crude oil daily. Other Norwegian exports include beef, milk and other livestock products. More than half of the area of Norway is covered with trees and wood is one of the main exports of this country.

Politics and government

Norway has one of the most developed democratic and rule-of-law governments in the world. Since 1814, approximately 45% of men (age 25 or older) have had the right to vote. Meanwhile, in Britain this figure was 20% (1832), Sweden 5% (1866) and Belgium 1.15% (1840). According to the democracy index since 2010, Norway has been considered the most democratic government in the world. Social democracy and policies related to the equality of individual rights have made Norway a homogeneous society with a huge level of public trust between the social strata and between the people and the government. A high level of trust makes economic growth easier and smoother.

The Constitution of Norway was adopted on May 17, 1814, inspired by the Declaration of Independence of the United States (1776) and the French Revolution (1798). According to this law, Norway has a centralized government of a constitutional monarchy with a parliamentary system in which the king of Norway is considered the head of the country and the prime minister is the head of government. Based on this constitution, which is the highest legal document in this country, power is divided between the legislative, executive and judicial branches.

The king of this country officially holds the executive power. However, after the establishment of a parliamentary system in this country, the duties of the king became highly ceremonial and ceremonial. For example, the king must officially appoint or dismiss the prime minister and other ministers of the executive branch after the approval of the parliament. Similarly, the king of Norway is the commander-in-chief of the armed forces and is known abroad as a symbol of unity with the title of the highest diplomatic official.

Harald V of the Schleswig-Holstein Sønderborg Glocksburg dynasty was crowned King of Norway on January 17, 1991, after the death of his father. From the 14th century until now, he is the first king of Norway who was born in this country. Håkon (born 20 July 1973) is the king’s son, the rightful heir to the Norwegian throne.

Request for advice on company registration in Norway

If you plan to immigrate to this country by registering a company in Norway, it is necessary to obtain comprehensive information about this country and its existing laws. For more information, contact our colleagues at Andisheh Immigration Institute.

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