First of all, Norway is in the Schengen zone, so all you need is an ID card. Of course, valid for at least six months. Remember that winter there still looks like winter, so it's worth taking warm clothes with you. As the Norwegians say “There is no bad weather, only inappropriate clothes” and of course comfortable trekking shoes.
Food is quite expensive, so it's a good idea to stock up before departure. You won't find there everything you like from Poland, so remember about your favorite flavors when packing your suitcase. If someone smokes, take cigarettes or tobacco from Poland. The price between PLN 50-75 per pack of cigarettes can be a quick reason to quit smoking.
More answers to basic questions before departure can be found by clicking on the FAQ below.
I went to Norway thanks to Haneseth. From the very beginning the staff was very helpful and made me feel safe before leaving for a new and unfamiliar country. When I arrived, I was picked up from the airport and all the formalities related to the D-number were taken care of. Haneseth was a bull's-eye.
I recommend this employer. All the details discussed during the recruitment interview were covered when I come.
I went to Norway once again and I'm finally satisfied. Have a lot of hours, the money is correct, and after the project is finished, the company arranges another one, so I have job security and stability of work.
Hey everyone. If you want to have specific information during recruitment, and then specific work and help, when You come to Norway,, talk to Wojtek, Mateusz and Basia. Short, concise and to the point, and above all truthful.
My friend and I got the number from a friend who already worked for Haneseth. Everything he said turned out to be true and we are already doing another project in Norway, thanks to this company. Really worth.