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Au Pair contract and insurance in Norway

Au Pair insurance in Norway
The Au Pair contract is a necessary file for the Au Pair in Norway. Without it he/she might not get the residence permit. Furthermore, the contract allows both the Host Family and the Au Pair to express their expectations towards each other and reach an agreement before the stay begins. 
 
The insurance in Norway is governed by the country’s legislation. In this post we gathered all the essential information about safety.

Au Pair contract

The Au Pair and the Host Family have to sign an agreement. The participant will need to submit a residence permit application. Depending on the nationality, the participant will need to present it either at the local police office in Norway or at the embassy during the visa application in the participant’s homeland. 
 
In every case it is a necessity. Make sure to discuss all the points together and sign it after reaching a mutual agreement. The contract should typically include the following information:

Termination of the contract

Sometimes there are problems that occur and it is not possible to find a solution. If it is necessary to terminate the contract between the Au Pair and the Host Family, both parties should write a letter of resignation. The notice period should be 1 month. The local police office (where the participant registers upon arrival) should get the information about the termination of the contract.

 

The Au Pair insurance in Norway

The participant is enrolled to the National Insurance Scheme (Folketrygden) along with the registration (at Folkeregister) in Norway. This way the participant has coverage by the Norwegian national health service. 
 
The Host Family should also purchase the insurance for participant in case of illness, injury or death. AuPair.com has partners like Dr. Walter and Care Concept, that you can consider for additional insurance services. 

Driving a car in Norway

The participant can drive a car in Norway using the driver’s license from her/his homeland for a year. If the participant stays longer than a year and will drive a car during this time, the applicant should apply for a Norwegian license. 
 


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