Here are the rules and regulations conserning Croatian nationals who would like to travel to, live, work or study in Norway.
Norway is a part of the Schengen Area. Even though Croatia is not a part of the Schengen Area, Croatian nationals are not required to obtain a visa for entering Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland or any other Schengen country. As a tourist you can stay until 3 months. Croatian nationals can enter Norway with a valid ID-card.
Both Norway and Croatia are included in the EEA area, which means that Croatian nationals are entitled to live and work in Norway on the basis of certain criterias. All EU/EEA nationals who are going to stay in Norway for more than three months must register using the registration scheme for EU/EEA nationals.
More info about the registration scheme for EU/EEA nationals.
Service Centre for Foreign Workers.
If you have been admitted to a recognised educational institution in Norway, you can move to Norway and start your studies, but you must register no later than three months after your arrival in Norway.
The Norwegian Directorate of Immigration (UDI) provide detailed information for foreign students in Norway.
More information about studies in Norway.
Family members of EU/EEA nationals in Norway, can also register. You must live together in Norway and the EU/EEA citizen must be able to support it's family member.
Norwegian Embassy in Zagreb
Hektorovićeva 2/3rd floor
10 000 Zagreb
Tel: +385 (0)1 6273 800Fax: +385 (0)1 6273 899E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org