International health insurance Norway

First, find your international health insurance Norway today! Second, your expatriate medical plan for Norway is available on a 1st Euro basis. But also, on Top Up CFE. When you selected the most convenient plan, get your quote online!

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page web Indigo Expat OnePack (CFE)

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Norway belongs to zone of cover 2. However you can prefer zone 3 or 4. Indigo Expat plan supports your expatriation in Norway. And it offers you great services 24/7.


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International health insurance for young expats in Norway

A solution dedicated to young expatriates is also available: Indigo Expat Junior. I.e. for those who are less than 30 years old. All conditions (incl. rates) are downloadable on this page. This plan is fine for Working Holiday Program, when existing. To conclude, subscription is for at least 12 months.

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International health insurance Norway

Moncey comparators for your international health insurance in Norway

At Moncey Assurances, we propose exclusive comparators. Thus, you can easely compare and select your international health insurance for Norway. Indigo Expat plans are compared with other 1st class expatriate medical plans. In the end, you have all data in your hands to make your decision.

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Kingdom of Norway

Norway, officially the Kingdom of Norway, is a Nordic country in Northwestern Europe. The country shares a long border with Sweden. Norway is bordered by Finland, Russia and Denmark

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Norway on WHO

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Regulation and international health insurance Norway

Note that an expatriate medical plan does not free you from the local regulation. Therefore, pay attention and contribute to the local healthcare system when mandatory.