View information about your pension with the KLP insurance company.
Disability benefit may be appropriate for those who have a permanently reduced earning capacity due to illness or injury. Whether you are entitled to full disability benefit or graded (partial) disability benefit depends on your earning capacity. If it is possible for you to work say 40 per cent, you may be eligible for 60 per cent disability benefit. You may be entitled to child supplement if you receive disability benefits while supporting your own children or foster children under the age of 18.
Survivor’s pension (dependent's pension) and transitional benefits to survivors are benefits contributing to a subsistence income for a spouse/cohabitant after the death of the other person. If you are gainfully employed, have children, are a genuine job seeker or attend school, you may also be entitled to other benefits, which also is listed on this web page.
When a member of the Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund dies, the spouse, children or registered partner have the right to a dependent's pension (survivor’s pension). Also a divorced spouse / registered partner may have the right to this support. A cohabitant is not entitled to a dependent´s pension.
This page explains your health rights as a pensioner that have moved to another EU/EEA country or Switzerland.
Here you’ll find some general information about payments from NAV. The summary for each benefit has information about payment dates, holiday pay and months with reduced or no tax withholding.
A life certificate is confirmation by a Notarius Publicus that you are alive. It can for instance be necessary in the event of pension disbursement from abroad. Personal attendance in front of the Notarius Publicus is required with proof of identity. Take the relevant document with you. Notarial acts are performed by the District Courts and The County Court in Oslo.
Find information about dependents' pension (survivor's pension, widow's pension, widower's pension) from KLP. (In Norwegian only)