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Moving to another country can be a fascinating thought, although it comes with many questions; 'How is it to live there?', 'How do I learn the language?', 'Where can I buy Norwegian food? ‘What do I do to get the kids into kindergarten?' Etc.
Aberdeen may not be on the other side of the globe, and not too different from Norway, but there are still many things one can wonder about our neighbours on the other side of the North Sea.
Well, you are not alone. There are actually quite a few people in your neighbourhood that are or have been in the same situation as you, and who are more than happy to share their experiences with you.
In conjunction with the Norwegian British Chamber of Commerce we have compiled a guide which we hope will help you and your family cope with the practical elements of moving to a new country and sourcing accommodation whether initially leasing or, in time buying and selling.
Click here for further information and details of how our Norwegian and Danish Consular Services can help you