- Purchase the complete Expat Arrivals Norway Guide (PDF)
What’s the weather like in Norway?
Is healthcare in Norway free?
Temporary residents and tourists are not entitled to this service (unless one's home country has a reciprocal agreement with Norway). Non-residents should note that medical care in Norway is expensive and won’t necessarily be covered by medical insurance. Expats should check with their insurance company before they travel, and take out additional insurance if necessary.
Do I need to buy a car in Norway?
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Expat Health Insurance
For anyone starting a new life abroad, ensuring access to good quality healthcare is essential. Cigna Global are specialists in providing international health plans for expats, ensuring you have access to quality care and support whenever you need it. Cigna’s health plans can be tailored exactly to meet the individual needs of you and your family.
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