Norway citizenship and a passport for wealthy investors can very importantly guarantee you
privacy in times of political unrest, civil war, terrorism, and in other delicate situations, when you look for the best to you and your family.
Second citizenship can be used as an effective tool for international tax planning, education for your children, visa free travel and so much more. Many wealthy individuals and executives, seek a safe haven outside their home countries, for various personal reasons. If you are willing to find out more on Norway passport, contact Forsetico Europe now!
Forsetico Europe does not guarantee 100% success in acquiring passport of Norway. Before we set out threshold of chance in positive outcome one must find out whether eligibility requirement is achieved.
By economic citizenship you can directly qualify for citizenship and passport without any residency requirements. However if applicant fails to provide quality assesment we may offer any one of other options for
getting the passport of Norway.
Naturalisation Investment Restoration Other
Citizenship by investment is not an option
If Norway economic citizenship is not an option, you may find your solutions below.
Please read one of following options to find out other ways to obtain Norway citizenship:
Forsetico Europe consult people mainly outside of European Union on various relocation matters. Do contact us and we may try to find the best option for your living and travel needs.
Immigration Residence permit Citizenship Visa Consultation
You can make your enquiries to Forsetico Europe lawyers.
Services and formalities at Forsetico Europe are as following:
- On-line enquiries
- Information service
- Check-up of documents
- Legal assistance
You may have a motivation to leave your former countries of citizenship for a variety of reasons. Some of the reasons to find a peacefull living in Norway may be:
- a lack of local access to resources
- a desire for economic prosperity
- to find or engage in paid work
- to better their standard of living
- family reunification
- natural disaster
- escape from prejudice
- climate or environmentally induced reasons
- simply the wish to change one's quality of life
Note! You wont be eligible for passport if you are not related to Norway by
soil or by
blood and neither any sort of business activity within territory of Norway.
When people cross national Norway borders during their migration, they are called migrants or immigrants from the perspective of the Norway which they enter.
Definitions related to Norway
Norway citizenship related terminology explained.
Immigration to Norway - the action of coming to live permanently in Norway. To come to a place or country of which one is not a native in order to settle there.
Undocumented immigrant of Norway - an immigrant who has entered Norway in an unauthorized manner (often as a migrant worker) and has no documentation.
Transmigration to Norway - to migrate from one country to Norway in order to settle there.
Extra immigration terminology
Terminology on citizenship that is partly related to Norway.
Migration - an instance moving a place to live to another place for a while.
Exodus - a departure or emigration, usually of a large number of people.
Resettlement - the act or state of settling or the state of being settled.
Relocation - to move (a building, company, person, etc.) to a different location.
Displacement - the state of being displaced or the amount or degree to which someone is displaced.
Exile - anyone separated from his or her country or home voluntarily or by force of circumstances.