Electronic ID gives you access to online public services that allows you to:
- use online public services
- submit public service application forms and data
- access your personal data stored in public registers
Some examples of such online-based services from central and local government are:
- changing your name and address in the National Population Registry
- applying for or changing your tax card
- notifying a change of address to Posten (the Post Office)
- finding the name and contact information for your assigned doctor
- changing your assigned doctor
- ordering a health insurance card
- viewing details of your expected pension
- applying for or viewing information about any loan or grant you might have with the Norwegian State Educational Loan Fund
- viewing your status as a job seeker
- finding information about property you own
- reading, correcting and filing your tax return
Online public services give you safe access to communicate with government entities. Over 3 million citizens currently use electronic ID to communicate quickly, safely and securely with central and local government.
* Many of these services are available in Norwegian only.
You can choose between five electronic ID alternatives when you want to log in to public services.
- BankID on mobile
For more information, click here.