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The Nordic governments have a cooperation to make it easier to move across the Nordic borders. The countries that are included in the cooperation are Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden, as well as the Faroe Islands, Greenland and Åland. In the following, you will find several services that offer information and advice for cross-border commuters and those who operate companies across national borders.
At Info Norden you will find information about cross-border work, Swedish society and what to consider when planning a mve to Sweden
If you work in Sweden, but live in Denmark, you’ll be in contact with both countries’ systems. Øresunddirekt provides public information from various authorities to private individuals and has a guide that covers, among other things, the right to healthcare, information about subsidies and grants , and where you should pay taxes.
Grensetjänsten provides guidance to you and your company about cross board activity between Sweden and Norway. Grensetjänsten is a cross-border, cross-agency cooperation between Sweden and Norway which receives and answers questions from individuals and companies who have some type of cross-border activity.
Nordkalottens Gränstjänst advises to private individuals, companies and organisations operating across country borders between Finland/Sweden and Finland/Norway.