KF Immigrant center is responsible for:
Integration of immigrants, communication with immigrants, provide services to immigrants and refugees.
Responsibility for the reception of refugees / immigrants are divided into three wards with their own area of responsibility:
- Integration department
The center has about 45 employees. Immigration center is a municipal enterprise with an annual turnover of some NOK 80 million.
CEO Arild Melvær , telephone 41534964
Email Contact Arild Melvær
There are 3 types of immigration, most commonly in Flora are:
- Migrant workers
- Refugees / asylum seekers
- Family reunification with norwegians or immigrants.
The municipality's immigrant center takes care of the reception and settlement of refugees / immigrants.
Refugees have the right and an obligation to carry out our introductory program
Who can participate in the program?
Flora municipality is an international municipality both in terms of international cooperation and in terms of being a multicultural society. 1 707 immigrants were residing in Flora in January 2017, which was 14.2% of the population. The largest group of immigrants come from Poland (271 people).
For the year 2016 was immigration to Flora consisting of net 141 people. Immigration to Flora can happen in three different ways:
- Firstly, we have migrant workers. Flora is dependent on this type of migration for supplying community key expertise and meet labour needs in several sectors. These immigrants are allowed to come hence European agreements.
- In addition, we have immigrants who arrive Floro as refugees or asylum seekers.
WE HELP YOU TO COMPLETE THE PRIMARY!
Primary school is free of charge in Norway. Only adult people who are more than 16 years of age, immigrants or Norwegians in need for primary training, have a right to get primary school through our courses.
Normally you have a right to receive education in the subjects you must pass to receive a diploma.
These subjects can you learn in elementary school: Norwegian, mathematics, practical math, English, social studies, science.
Please contact us and we will help you to finish primary school!
School classes in Norwegian language, social sciences and culture
We offer courses at several levels, from beginners to B1 level (B2 if there are enough participants). Teaching takes place both during the day and in the evenings. Twice a year we organize Norwegian-examination (in June and
December) at all levels, from A1-B2, both written and oral examinations. Teaching Days for Norwegian courses - Monday to Friday, from. 8:45 to 12:15. After lunch it's time for introductory courses, participants then have the opportunity to study other subjects.