The Norwegian immigration system is a bit different from the UK’s.
A Norwegian visa is essentially a work permit, and it’s not valid for long periods of time.
The Norwegian government is hoping to get more people to move to the country to work, but many don’t have the qualifications to get a job.
Some people work for the government and have no job prospects.
A couple of years ago, the government was forced to close the border with Denmark after the country had two million people.
However, Norway has more than 70,000 migrants from abroad who are eligible for a work visa.
Norway is also an EU member state, meaning it has its own regulations on who can enter and leave.
But for many, the biggest hurdle is the Norwegian immigration process itself.
This article first appeared on the BBC News website.