The tax office to reopen gradually

tax officePhoto: Cornelius Poppe / SCANPIX .

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The tax authorities have started a gradual opening of their service offerings. Now 18 tax offices have opened for services that require physical attendance.

For now, it will only be possible to book appointments for ID verification if you are going to apply for a tax card, report immigration to Norway or confirm paternity, the Tax Agency states in a press release on Monday.

So far, this only applies to 18 tax offices: Oslo, Stavanger, Grålum, Trondheim, Lillestrøm, Tromsø, Haugesund, Ålesund, Kristiansand, Bodø, Narvik, Tønsberg, Hamar, Kirkenes, Alta, Førde, Sandvika and Bergen.

The same applies to the Service Center for Foreign Workers (SUA) in Oslo, Bergen, Stavanger, Trondheim and Kirkenes.

– “It is important that we can open the necessary public services. At the same time, this must be done in accordance with current advice on infection prevention provided by the authorities about the corona pandemic,” says Marta Johanne Gjengedal, Division Director of User Dialogue in the Tax Administration.

Those who need to attend must book an appointment in advance.

© NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today

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