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See informasjon about special deductions for single parents in connection with the tax return. The purpose of child benefit is to help cover the costs of raising. To receive child benefit, your child must live in Norway. is generally regarded as living in Norway if he or she has been in Norway for at least 12 consecutive months. There are separate rules for EEA nationals, see under the heading When you move abroad. If you are a single mother or father you can receive extended benefit if you are living alone with the child and.

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You are entitled to receive child benefit from the month after the child is born or from the month after you qualify, if entitlement to child benefit arises at a later date. Child is paid out until the month before the child turns If the conditions for ordinary or extended child benefit are no longer met before the child turns 18, you will receive child benefit up to and including the month the conditions have no longer been met.

When there is an agreement on dual residenceboth parents will be regarded as eligible recipients. Therefore, it is important to apply for share child benefit when such an agreement is entered into in accordance with Section 36 of the Children Act.

You do not usually need to apply for child benefit.

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If the child is born in Norway, the mother will automatically receive child benefit around 2 months after the child is born. You must apply for child benefit using the form Application for ordinary child benefit - NAV To apply for extended child benefit, you must use the form Application for extended child benefit - NAV When you have chosen the correct form, you will see what documentation and attachments you need to submit with your application.

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You may be entitled to continue receiving child benefit during your stay. about child benefit. When you move to Norway you may be eligible for child benefit when the whole family is residing in Norway and will be living here for at least 12 months. This applies to all foreign nationals who are resident in Norway, registered on the Norwegian population register and who have a residence permit or have legal residence on other grounds.

If you are a national of an EEA country and are working in Norway, you may be entitled to child benefit even if you will be residing in Norway for less than 12 months.

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about child benefit and cash-for-care benefit to foreign employees in Norway. You must notify NAV if your are receiving child benefit and are no longer entitled to this. This applies if you. If there are changes in your family situation or you are planning to stay abroad, this may affect the amount you receive from NAV.

In such cases, you must notify NAV immediately.

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Read about Payment dates, holiday pay and tax withholding. You can also check your payments on the Utbetalingsoversikt service. Most of the main information about your entitlements and duties is available here in English. There are also links to other more detailed information; however, some of this information is only available in Norwegian. Form and application. Processing times. Report changes. Appeal rights. Laws and regulations.

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