Living in Denmark

Clubs for New Zealanders in Denmark

Organisations for New Zealanders living in Denmark include:

 If you would like your organisation to be added to this list, please email the Embassy

Using your NZ drivers licence in Denmark

The website of the Danish Police (external link) provides information about driving in Denmark with a foreign licence and how to obtain a Danish licence.

Working in Denmark

New Zealand - Denmark working holiday scheme

The New Zealand - Denmark Working Holiday Scheme offers an opportunity for young New Zealanders to visit Denmark for a period of up to twelve months with the objective of combining a holiday with work experience.

For comprehensive information about how to apply, please visit the website of the Danish Immigration Service (external link).

The same scheme offers young Danish people the opportunity of a 12 month stay in New Zealand on similar terms. For further information on obtaining a Working Holiday Visa for New Zealand, please click here. (external link)

Work permits for Denmark

For information about obtaining work permits for Denmark, and any other general immigration enquiries, please contact:

The Danish Immigration Service

Ryesgade 53
2100 Copenhagen Ø
Tel: +45 35 36 66 00 (Mon-Fri 9.00-12.00)
Email: udlst@udlst.dk
Website: Danish Immigration Service (external link)

Living in Finland

Driving on a New Zealand licence in  Finland

Contact the Finnish Vehicle Administration (AKE) for information about driver licensing. Their contact details are:

PO.Box 120
FIN-00101
Helsinki

Visiting address: Fabianinkatu 32, Helsinki
Open: 8.00 – 16.15
Tel: +358 100 7800
Fax: +358 9 6185 3600
Email: ake@ake.fi
Website: www.ake.fi (external link)

New Zealand - Finland working holiday scheme

The New Zealand - Finland Working Holiday Scheme offers an opportunity for young New Zealanders to visit Finland for a period of up to twelve months with the objective of combining a holiday with work experience.

For information about how to apply please visit the website of the Embassy of Finland (external link) in Australia (which is accredited to New Zealand). Follow the links to 'consular services', then 'working holiday permit'.

The same scheme offers young Finnish people the opportunity of a 12 month stay in New Zealand on similar terms. For further information on obtaining a Working Holiday Visa for New Zealand, please click here (external link).

Work permits for Finland

For information about obtaining work permits for Finland, and any other general immigration enquiries, please contact:
Directorate of Immigration PO Box 18
FIN-00581 Helsinki
Finland
Visiting address: Panimokatu 2 A, Helsinki
Tel: +358 (09) 476 5500
Fax: +358 (09) 4765 5858
Email: ulkomaalaisvirasto@uvi.fi
Website: www.uvi.fi/netcomm/default.asp (external link)

Living in Norway

Driving on a New Zealand licence in Norway

Visit the website of the Norwegian Public Roads Administration (external link) (external link) for information.
Tel: 02030

Clubs for New Zealanders in Norway

NZ Vikings (external link) is a network of New Zealanders living in Denmark, Sweden and Norway.

New Zealand - Norway working holiday scheme

The New Zealand - Norway Working Holiday Scheme offers an opportunity for young New Zealanders to visit Norway for a period of up to twelve months with the objective of combining a holiday with work experience.

For comprehensive information about how to apply and what documents you will need to provide, please visit the website of the Embassy of Norway (external link) in Australia (which is accredited to New Zealand).

The same scheme offers young Norwegian people the opportunity of a 12 month stay in New Zealand on similar terms. For further information on obtaining a Working Holiday Visa for New Zealand, please click here (external link).

Work permits for Norway

For information about obtaining work permits for Norway, and any other general immigration enquiries, please contact:

Norwegian Directorate of Immigration

0032 Oslo
Visiting Address: Hausmannsgt. 21, 0182 Oslo
Tel: +47 23 35 15 00
Fax: +47 23 35 15 01
E-mail: udi@udi.no
Website: www.udi.no (external link)