Icelandic Ministry of Social Affairs has launched a new online service centre, New in Iceland.
Their aim is to offer various “assistance to feel safe, to be well-informed and supported while living in Iceland.”
The website claims that they “can assist with finding answers about labour market, health system, education, social insurance, legal registration, housing market, domestic violence, social assistance, taxation, financial issues, family related issues, and many more…”
Their counsellors talk in English, Polish, Spanish, Portuguese, Arabic, Lithuanian, Russian and Icelandic.
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Hi, my name is Melly, I married with an Icelandic. I have visited Iceland every year since 2006. I am thinking to spend time longer or live in Iceland. Need some information, please.