Receive documents from public authorities electronically
If you have opened a Digipost mailbox account, you can now start receiving mail from public authorities in your digital mailbox. From the beginning of 2015, the mailbox provider E-Boks will also be connected to the system. You choose the digital mailbox you would like to use.
A digital mailbox enables you to receive documents from public authorities securely. You can access your documents online wherever you might be. The service is free of charge and you can archive documents for as long as you like.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.
To get mail electronically, you must have a Digipost or e-Boks digital mailbox. With a digital mailbox, you can get mail from public authorities securely, wherever you might be, free of charge.
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.
To apply for a Norwegian passport, you must apply in person by going to a police station in Norway. To renew a foreign passport, you must contact your home country's embassy or consulate in Norway.
If you finished upper secondary school in the year 2000 or later, your school report will most likely be registered in the National School Report Database (NVB).
If you move house within Norway, you must notify the Tax Administration within 8 days of your move. The Tax Administration is responsible for the National Population Register.