Norway Digital Nomad Visa
Working remotely has many benefits, from having no work commute to having a more
flexible work-life balance. With the option to work from anywhere that you can log on,
it is becoming increasingly popular for people to take 'workations', where they travel
to different places and work remotely.
Norway has been ranked as one of the best 7 countries to take a workation by travel
magazine Wanderlust and it is easy to see why so many people enjoy living in Norway.
The stunning scenery and the many options for snow sports adventures are among the
top benefits of living in Norway.
As of 2023, visitors to Norway will require either a Schengen visa or an
ETIAS visa to enter Norway
. However, due to the
introduction of the Norway digital nomad visa, it is now easier for non-EU remote
workers to live in Norway.
Remote workers from the UK, Australia, and the US can apply for a Norway digital nomad visa,
in addition to citizens from a list of other countries that are eligible to apply.
With the majority of people in Norway being fluent in English, this is one of the reasons
why English-speaking remote workers choose Norway over other EU countries. Being able to
easily communicate with people makes the move to a new country a smoother transition and
helps for socialising and building new connections, so foreigners can soon feel at home.
The high standard of living in Norway also ensures that it is a great place to live and
Norway was voted the happiest place in the world in 2017. It also ranked 11th most peaceful
country out of 162 in the world by the Global Peace Index in 2013.