We have gathered some information on this page from the Norwegian government and the police. Jevnaker district council will update this page continuously and bring you the information on local conditions.
Ukrainian citizens who apply for protection in Norway receive temporary collective protection for one year. It is important that those who come to Norway, or who are already here, register themselves upon arrival. Registration is at Sør-øst politidistrikt politi.no (police). If you already have registered at the refugee centre in Råde you will not need to register again.
Collective protection means that the UDI should not assess the need for protection individually, but give Ukrainians fleeing the war in Ukraine and their family members protection as a group. This ensures that Ukrainians get the help they need faster. You can read more about this here (download):
The UDI has begun to process applications for collective protection. Unfortunately, the processing time is unknown, however they are focused on sending a quick response to all applicants.
Asylum seekers and refugees in Norway have the right to healthcare for physical ailments and illness, mental issues, addiction problems, and dental care.
You can read more about this on this page: helsenorge.no
If you are between 18 and 55 years old, you have the right and duty to follow an introductory program, which includes courses in the Norwegian language and social studies. If you are over 55, you may still have the right to participate in an introductory program, the district council in which you reside may respond.
You can read more about this here (download):
- Ласкаво просимо до ознайомлювальної програми!
- Добро пожаловать в качестве участника Интродукционной программы!
- Welcome to the introduction programme!
Ukrainian refugees may travel for free to their final destination on Vy’s trains and express buses in Norway. (Vy is the traincompany.)
People are fleeing the war in Ukraine and need transport to different parts of Europe for safety. Vy wishes to contribute and therefore they offer free transportation to Ukrainian refugees on trains and express buses in Norway so that they can travel free of charge to their destination in Norway.
The offer applies to a trip on arrival in Norway. It is not free travel beyond this.
Read more: vy.no