Registration with the police for EU/EEA citizens

Students with EU/EEA citizenship need to register with the Oslo Police within 3 months after arrival in Norway. Only applicable for students staying in Norway for more than 3 months.

Important information: 

Students arriving autumn 2021 or spring 2022 may register and book an appointment with the police before their arrival in Oslo. 

Please be aware there are currently few appointments available. However, you must book the first available appointment with the police even if it is more than 3 months after your arrival. You can start your studies and stay in Norway, even if you have not been able to meet with the police.

UiO will update our webpage and inform students if we receive further information about available appointments from the police. 

We recommend that you log on regularly to see if there are any earlier appointments available. For any further questions, please contact the Oslo Police Department

Please note that Nordic citizens do not have to register with the Police.

How to register with the police

In order to receive a registration certificate from the Oslo Police you must book an appointment with the police through SUA - Service Centre for foreign Workers: https://www.sua.no/en/

You must book an appointment with the police via the application portal before going to SUA.

  1. Register at the online UDI application portal 
    • Create a new user account. You will receive an email to activate your account.
    • Choose "Go to EU/EEA registration"
    • Students currently without a Norwegian address may use:
      • c/o University of Oslo, International Student Reception,
        PO Box 1083 Blindern, N-0318 Oslo
      • When asked to fill in "street number (and letter)", fill in 0. 
    • Select "Oslo police district, Service Center for foreign workers" when you are asked to choose a police station.
    • Book an appointment with the Police. 
  2. Make a copy of:
    • Passport or both sides of your National ID-card
    • Both sides of the European Health Insurance Card or proof of other private health insurance coverage. It must be valid for the whole period you are staying in Norway.
    • Print-out of from UDI's self service page that proves that you have registered
    • Admission letter (can be found in Studentweb under "Documents").
    • A personal declaration that you have sufficient funds for your period of stay.

Dual citizenship

Students with dual citizenship (EU passport and non-EU passport) must register with the police either:

 

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Published Nov. 27, 2019 6:18 PM - Last modified Oct. 14, 2021 2:30 PM