If you ever leave Stavanger and Norway

When leaving Norway, here are some practicalities to consider:

Residency and Immigration: If you're a foreign resident of Norway, inform the authorities about your departure. Cancel your residence permit if applicable.

Taxation: Notify the Norwegian tax authorities (Skatteetaten) about your departure and settle any outstanding tax matters. Understand any tax implications in your new country and ensure you comply with their requirements.

Healthcare: If you're leaving Norway permanently, inform the Norwegian National Insurance Scheme (Folketrygden) and ensure you understand how to access healthcare in your new country.

Utilities and Services: Cancel or transfer contracts for utilities such as electricity, water, internet, and phone services. Arrange for final meter readings and payments.

Housing: Give notice to your landlord if you're renting. Ensure you settle any outstanding rent payments and arrange for the return of your deposit.

Banking and Finances: Inform your bank about your move and update your contact details. Consider transferring funds to your new country and closing or maintaining accounts as needed.

Belongings: Decide what to do with your belongings. You can sell, donate, store, or ship them to your new location. Arrange for packing and shipping services if necessary.

Subscriptions and Memberships: Cancel or transfer subscriptions, memberships, and other recurring services tied to your Norwegian address.

Notify Authorities: Inform relevant authorities such as the Norwegian Directorate of Immigration (UDI), the Norwegian Labour and Welfare Administration (NAV), and any other government agencies about your departure.

Social Security: If you receive social security benefits or pensions from Norway, inform the relevant authorities and understand how your benefits will be affected by your move.

Notify Post office: Forward mail to your new address if applicable.

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