Resources with more information regarding help in Norway
Information to Ukrainian nationals arriving in Norway on how to register with the authorities for protection.
- 110 - fire department
- 112 - the police
- 911 - police (from mobile phones only)
- 113 — ambulance
Caritas organization in Norway. Website .
- Storgata 38, 0182 Oslo, P.B 9277 Grφnland 0134, Oslo, Norway
- +47 23 33 43 60 / email@example.com
Red Cross in Norway. Website .
- 911 98 339 / 45866125
Information page for assistance to Ukrainians in Norway.
Free hotline for Ukrainians: 55 55 33 33 Working hours: weekdays 09:00–15:00
The official page for Ukrainians from the Directorate for Foreigners (UDI), which is responsible for processing foreign citizens' applications for visas, residence and asylum in Norway, as well as for the reception and accommodation of asylum seekers.
The Directorate for Integration and Cultural-Ethnic Diversity (IMDi) has information on the protection and residence of refugees from the war in Ukraine in Norway, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org / 24 16 88 00
The Europe Direct information service is free information support in 24 languages, even in critical cases (urgent assistance, legal support, general questions). You can call from anywhere in the EU for free on 00 800 6 7 8 9 10 11.
Consultative chatbot of the official website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Education and Culture VisitforUkraine:
- Chat window on the website
- Telegram chatbot
- Round-the-clock support on issues of exit/entry to Ukraine, rules of stay abroad.
NGO with information on assistance to help Ukrainians in Norway.
Main website and Facebook page for Ukraine's Embassy in Norway.