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Customs clearance for imported goods

When importing goods to Norway you must declare the goods to Norwegian Customs

As an importer you are required to report to the Norwegian authorities the goods you bring into the country. The information you provide in the declaration is the basis for calculating duty and taxes.

Customs controls the declaration via a customs clearance. When the customs clearance is complete and you have paid duty and taxes, Customs releases your goods.


Three main areas of import duty:

  • Goods over NOK 350
    • Goods value from NOK 350 including freight and insurance
  • Temporary import
    • Goods imported temporarily to Norway for later re-exportation
  • Re-importation to Norway
    • Goods that are reintroduced to Norway, for example after repair


Restricted goods:

Goods such as alcohol, tobacco and medicines are not taxable.
 

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