Online communication as general rule
Central and local government are transitioning to online communication with their citizens. It makes better services and quicker replies from the public sector. When the public sector sends important mail to you, you will be notified by SMS or e-mail as to where you shall log in to read the letter.
If you have never registered your mobile phone number or e-mail address when logging in to an online public service via ID-porten, there is no need to opt out.For more information
Norway.no can help you find online public services. Use the topic menu or search boxes to look for e-services from public authorities in Norway.
You can apply for financial support for your studies, and/or check the progress of your application.
The Norwegian Universities and Colleges Admission Service (NUCAS) also known as Samordna opptak, coordinates the admission to ordinary undergraduate study programmes at all universities, university colleges, and some private university colleges in Norway.
On your tax return form, you will find an estimate of how much tax you owe or how much money you will get back. After you have submitted your tax form and it has been processed by the tax authorities, you will receive a tax statement. The first statements will be available 25 June 2014.
Public authorities need your e-mail address and mobile phone number to contact you digitally. Register, review and edit your contact details in the national register for digital communication. For more information ...
To log into online services from public authorities you need an electronic ID (eID). Over 3 million citizens have obtained an eID, and use it, among other things, to read, correct and file their tax returns online.
Public authorities are moving to communicate digitally with citizens. If you prefer to receive letters on paper, you must opt out of the digital communication scheme. If you have never used your mobile phone number or e-mail address to log into a service via ID-porten, there is no need to opt out.
If you have previously opted out of receiving letters and documents from public authorities digitally, and now wish to change this, you can do so here.
You may select and change your regular GP doctor yourself. If the doctor you want is available, you may select them and register them as your regular GP from the first day of the following month.
If you have received one or more electronic prescriptions (e-prescriptions), you can see which prescriptions, medicines and items have been assigned to you and how many are available at your pharmacy or supplier.