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Film Director & Photographer Olaf Rudolfsen. More than 40 years of experience. He has been working for many international TV companies such as BBC, CNN and mostly all Norwegian TV channels. More than 1.500 films has been produced trough all these years.

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Olaf Rudolfsen has a journalistic experience which is necessary to be able producing professional and interesting TV programs and documentaries. In addition, he has delivered numbers of reports and photos for both newspapers and international magazines.

Do you want to work as a Housekeeper

If you are living inside Norway or another European Country, we are interested to get into an agreement with you. If you are European citizen or have a Schengen Resident Permit you can work as a housekeeper without any visa or paper issue. Free to travel and to work all over Europe. Because this is a live-in work and only few hours work ( 3 – 5 hours per day ) the salary or pocket money for Norway is set to the same as for Au Pair’s –  5.900 NOK – ( 586 EUR ) per month, before taxes. This is the same as for Au Pair’s. Keep in mind that it’s totally free accommodation, ALLINCLUSIVE – from the hotel language :-))) On top of this we can offer extra work connected to one of our family companies. This is something we have to talk about, to see what is the best for both you ans us. Maybe the Brage Academy – Online Language School could be a good idea. Online Tutor Work.

Our Needs and Family

About Work.
We are primary looking for help in our home. This can be an Au Pair or a Housekeeper. We also have some extra options regarding normal work as a Secretary or a Media Production Assistent in one of our family Companies. This can potentially give a 2 years work visa (included auto renewal) for those who need a visa. To apply inside Norway and to get a work visa, the candidate need minimum some special skills or a Bachelor Degree. Of course you also need to be qualified for the job. A work visa will normally after 4 years end up as a Permanent Residence Permit for Norway and the European Schengen area. Visa for Lifetime.

About my Family.
I divorced in 2020, so I am a single father and I am living 100 percent alone with my son 13, years old. I also have two sons 34 and 36 years old, who are living by them self, from an earlier relationship. We live in the city Jessheim, Norway, 30 minutes outside the capital city Oslo and only 10 minutes away from the International Airport Oslo-Gardermoen. I have 12 years experience having an Au Pair or a Housekeeper. Always we been having some help in our home, mostly from Philippines, Thailand, Brazil, Polen, Italy or from Romania. We will of course accept all nationalities as long we have a personal and a family match to live in the same house. We would like to find someone who like activity and travelling. Both my older sons, Kevin and me are playing play golf.

We also have a small farm 1,5 hours drive from our home. Only for weekends and some vacations.

Approximately 3-5 hours work every day but not weekend days:

  • Make sure that my son wake up 7:00 and go to School 8:15.
  • Preparing breakfast, lunchpack for his time in school.
  • Light Housekeeping.
  • Some laundry now and then.
  • Some ironing now and then. Not too much of this type of activity or work.
  • Keep the kitchen and the living room nice and clean. This is the most important thing to do.
  • Wiping dust and cleaning floors and  more, need to be done one day per week.
  • Make some food now and then. I am actually a good chef and I love to make food myself.
  • We also need some helps in our small farms some weekends about cleaning. This is our Paradise on Earth. Very idyllic Location.

Information about Jobseeker Visa for Norway

If you would like to go to Norway for work there are some few ways to do that.

  1. If you are a European citizen you can just go for it whenever you like.
  2. If you need a Visa, you can go on a tourist visa and apply for work inside Norway – 90 days – 3 months Visa
  3. You can ask a company for a JobSeeker Visa, means you can stay inside Norway for 6 months and apply for work
  4. You can ask a company to sign up a 2 years Work Visa before you travel to Norway

If you are qualified to apply inside Norway this is the best idea. You need to wait in the country you delivered the application. Means if you apply inside Norway, you are already IN.

The waiting process can be up to 4-6 month's and sometime's longer!

Available Visa for Norway - 2022/2023 Types & Fee.

Type of applicationFee
Visitor’s visa for adults and children over 12 years old
(single or multiple entries)
80 euro
Visitor’s visa for children between 6 and 12 years old 
(single or multiple entries)
40 euro
Visitor’s visa for adults and children over 6 years old who are citizens
of Azerbaijan or Russia (single or multiple entries)
35 euro
Visitor’s visa for all children under the age of 6  (single or multiple entries)No fee
Type  of applicationFee
Residence permits for work (also renewals)NOK 6.300 
Group permit for employers (per worker)NOK 6.300
Study permit for applicants over the age of 18 (also renewals)NOK 5.900
Study permit for applicants under the age of 18             0,-
Au pair permit (also renewals)NOK 9.100
Permit for researchers with own fundsNOK 5.900
Type of applicationFee
Applications for all types of residence permits for persons under 18 years old (including renewals)0,-

Victims of human trafficking who are applying for a residence permit
(period of reflection)

        0,-
Persons who apply for a residence permit on an independent basis,
following abuse in a marriage/ cohabitation
        0,-
Type of applicationFee
Permanent residence permit for adultsNOK 3.800
Permanent residence permit for children under 18             0,-
Type of applicationFee
First-time application for family immigration for adults
NOK 10.500
First-time application for adults applying for family reunification with a refugee who has a temporary residence permit
NOK 7.800
Application for children under the age of 18              0
Renewal of family immigration for adults
(if you apply before your previous permit has expired)
NOK 2.600
Renewal of family immigration for adults
(if you apply after your previous permit has expired)
NOK 10.500
Application for adults who already have a family immigration
permit (for example with their fiancé/e, and have married)
NOK 2.600
Persons who had a Norwegian parent when they were bornNOK 1.100
A parent who is going to visit a child in Norway
for up to nine months
NOK 10.500
Close family members of EU/EEA nationals, who apply for a residence card              0
Persons who apply for a residence permit on an independent basis,
following the death of spouse or cohabitant
              0
Persons who apply for a residence permit on an independent basis,
following abuse in a marriage/ cohabitation
              0
Type of applicationFee
Application for Norwegian citizenship for adults

NOK 6.500

Application to get back Norwegian citizenship for adults (new scheme from 2020)

NOK 3.200

Application for Norwegian citizenship for children under the age of 18         0,-
Notification of Norwegian citizenship for children under the age of 18         0,-
Notification of Norwegian citizenship for Nordic citizens, adultsNOK 2.700
Application to keep Norwegian citizenship         0,-
Application to be released from Norwegian citizenship         0,-
Type of applicationFee
Persons who has a permit based on their application for protection (the first time you get a travel document)             0,- 
Persons who are returning to their home country with IOM and are not able to get a passport from their home country              0,-
Persons over 18 years old, who has a permit which is not based on an application for protection (first time application) NOK 2400
Persons under 18 years old, who has a permit which is not based on an application for protection (first time application)NOK 1200
Persons over 18 years old who previously has had their application for an immigrant’s passport/travel document refusedNOK 2400
Persons under 18 years old who previously has had their application for an immigrant’s passport/ travel document refusedNOK 1200
Persons over 18 years old whose current immigrant’s passport/travel document has been lost or destroyedNOK 2400
Persons  under 18 years old whose current immigrant’s passport/travel document has been lost or destroyedNOK 1200
Immigrant’s passport for a single journeyNOK 2400
Renewal for persons over 16  years old (must be paid by all applicants)NOK   570
Renewal for persons under 16 years old (must be paid by all applicants) NOK
  340
Persons over 16 years old applying for a new travel document after having changed their nameNOK   570
Persons under 16 years old applying for a new travel document after having changed their nameNOK   340
Type of applicationFee
First time application for protection (asylum)     0,-
Renewal of residence permit for protection (asylum)     0,-
Person who is over 18 years old who is applying for a residence permit because of strong humanitarian considerationsNOK 1.100
Person who is over 18 years old who is applying for  renewal of a residence permit because of strong humanitarian considerationsNOK 1.100
Renewal of residence permit because of strong humanitarian considerations which is limited due to doubt about the identityNOK 1.100
Renewal of residence permit for those who have not been given protection in Norway but has been given residence due to protection against expulsion (§ 74)        0,-

Work permit after final rejection of application for protection (asylum)

NOK        1.100

Work permit for asylum seekers who have an application for protection (asylum) waiting to be processed

    0,
Type of orderFee
If your old card has expiredNOK 300
If your card is lost, stolen or damagedNOK 300
If you wish to change your name, or other information, on the cardNOK 300
If you previously had a sticker in your passport,
and are ordering your first card
NOK 300
If you have a permanent residence permit and your old card is still valid       0,-
If you have permanent right of residence and your old card is still valid       0,-

If you received a card which was damaged or contained errors

       0,-

There is no fee for Appeals.

As an EU/EEU citizen or near family member of an EU/EEA citizen, you do not have to pay any fee when you move to Norway.

It is free of charge to use the registration scheme for EU/EEA nationals. It is free of charge to apply for residency card as a family member of an EU/EEA citizen, and it is free of charge to apply for permanent residency in Norway if you have been here for minimum five years.

Different Work Contract and Applications for Norway.

Check out Brage Academy

Brage Academy [https://brageacademy.com] is located in Norway and it is an International Online Language School. We are also offering courses in Social Marketing, Yoga Classes and some Life Quality lessons. Would  you like to be a Brage Academy Teacher/Tutor or a Partner? Contact Us!

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Norway is a EEA [European Economic Member] and a part/member of the EU Schengen Area

Information connected to Work and Work Visa - Resident Card for Schengen & Norway

You don't need any Visa for Norway, but you need to have a work permit for long term work. The best idea is to go to Norway, if you have a work offer. Then meet your potensial employer and sign up a work contract inside Norway. Almost every employer would like to have a trial periode with the employee before any commitment to a long terme work contract. Trial Periode is normally 1-3 months.
You are a citizen from outside EU / Norway / Schengen Area. You need a Visa for travelling to Norway. Choose Visa type that i matching your needs.
You are in Europe on a Tourist Visa. You can normally stay for 90 days or you can change or upgrade your Visa Status whenever you want as long as your Visa is valid and not expired. As a rule you can only change your Visa type inside Norway as long as you are a holder of a Bachelor Degree or some other Skilles that is needed and connected to the Work Contract or the Visa you are offered. You are then allowed to stay legal in Norway and wait for the decision from UDI Immigration.
You are in Europe holding an Au Pair Visa. You can stay for 2 years in Norway and you can change Host Family whenever you want or you can upgrade or change your Visa Status for example to a normal Work Visa, as long as your Visa is valid and not expired. As a rule you can only change your Visa type inside Norway as long as you are a holder of a Bachelor Degree or some other Skilles that is needed and connected to the Work Contract or the Visa you are offered. You are then allowed to continue stay legal in Norway and wait for the decision from UDI Immigration. If No Education or Skills at all, you need to apply from the Norwegian Embassy in the country you are living in.
You are in Norway holding a Au Pair Visa. You can stay for 2 years in Norway and you can change Host Family whenever you want or you can upgrade or change your Visa Status for example to a normal Work Visa, as long as your Visa is valid and not expired. As a rule you can only change your Visa type inside Norway as long as you are a holder of a Bachelor Degree or some other Skilles that is needed and connected to the Work Contract or the Visa you are offered. You are then allowed to continue stay legal in Norway and wait for the decision from UDI Immigration.
You are in Europe holding a Work Visa. You can if you go to Norway get new Work visa for 2 years + Auto Renew for 2 more years in Norway as long as your Visa is valid and not expired. As a rule you can only change or upgrade your Visa type inside Norway as long as you are a holder of a Bachelor Degree or some other Skilles that is needed and connected to the Work Contract or the Visa you are offered. You are then allowed to stay legal in Norway and wait for the decision from UDI Immigration. Totally 4 years will give you a Permanent Resident Card for Norway.
You are a student in Europe or in Norway holding a Student Visa. You can normally stay in Norway for 1 year and renew depending on the school and your student level. As a rule you can only change or upgrade your Visa type inside Norway as long as you are a holder of a Bachelor Degree or some other Skilles that is needed and connected to the Work Contract or the Visa you are offered. You are then allowed to stay legal in Norway and wait for the decision from UDI Immigration.
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It’s Easier To Ask Forgiveness Than To Get Permission!
Olaf Rudolfsen
World Traveller

Born in the North part of Norway
Majestic and Spectacular Nature

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Head Office

Tallbergveien 2E, 1166 Oslo
Region Oslo, Norway – NO
Phone: +47 920 54 000
WhatsApp: +47 920 54 000
E-mail: olaf@rudolfsen.com

Home Office

Tungen 30, 2053 Jessheim
Region Viken, Norway – NO
Phone: +47 920 54 000
WhatsApp: +47 920 54 000
E-mail: olaf@rudolfsen.com

Backup Office

Brenna Gaard, Kvennbekkveien 69
Region Innlandet, Norway – NO
Phone: +47 920 54 000
WhatsApp: +47 920 54 000
E-mail: olaf@rudolfsen.com

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Film Director

Film Director & Photographer Olaf Rudolfsen. More than 40 years of experience. He has been working for many international TV companies such as BBC, CNN and mostly all Norwegian TV channels. More than 1.500 films has been produced trough all these years.

Photographer

Olaf Rudolfsen has a journalistic experience which is necessary to be able producing professional and interesting TV programs and documentaries. In addition, he has delivered numbers of reports and photos for both newspapers and international magazines.

Born in the North part of Norway
Majestic and Spectacular Nature

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