Ministry of Justice and Public Security
Emilie Enger Mehl (Cent.)
Minister of Justice and Public Security
The coronavirus situation
Information about the Coronavirus situation in Norway.
Questions and answers about Norwegian immigration policy
How is responsibility divided between the Ministry, the Directorate of Immigration and the Immigration Appeals Board?
Civil protection and emergency preparedness
Instructions for the Ministries' work with civil protection and emergency preparedness.
G-01/2022 – Revised circular relating to entry into force of the Regulations relating to entry restrictions for foreign nationals out of concern for public health
01/03/2022: The Act and the Regulations replace the Regulations of 15 March 2020 No. 293 relating to rejection etc. of foreign nationals out of concern for public health.
01/02/2022: This is the second yearly report on women, peace and security that is being finalised in the midst of an ongoing pandemic. A pandemic that has had a major impact on the work with women, peace and security, just as it has across the board on the broader foreign policy and development agenda.
News from the Ministry
More European countries approve the use of expired Norwegian passports
05/07/2022: Norwegian citizens who have not renewed their passports following the pandemic are able to travel to Germany, Iceland, Estonia, and Portugal using their expired passport as identification. This change takes effect today and will apply until 31 December 2022.
Wounded soldiers from Ukraine to Norway
01/06/2022: The Norwegian Government has now decided that wounded soldiers may also be brought to Norway,’ says Minister of Justice and Public Security Emilie Enger Mehl.
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