Juss-Buss is a legal aid body run by law students from the Faculty of Law at the University of Oslo. Juss-Buss works with cases involving violation of working conditions, family law, prison law, liability law, tenancy law, social law, social security and immigration law, especially family reunification, visa, work permits, student visa, deportation, citizenship, permanent residence permits and travel documents for foreigners.
Read more here:  http://www.jussbuss.no                                  

Contact information:
Visitor’s address: Arbinsgate 7, 0253 OSLO
Telephone: + 47 22 84 29 00
Fax: + 47 22 84 29 01
E-mail: [email protected]

Self Help for Immigrants and Refugees (SEIF) is a voluntary and independent organisation that helps immigrants in Norway. SEIF informs, refers to the appropriate bodies, and helps with solving problems in a variety of areas, for example: NAV, school, work, residence permits, family reunification, economic problems, forced marriage and honor based violence etc. SEIF has offices in Oslo, Stavanger, Bergen, Ålesund and Trondheim. The purpose of their services is to help newcomers in Norway to find their way in the Norwegian society and be self-reliant and independent.
Read more here:  http://seifnorge.wordpress.com/hjelp/do-you-need-help

Contact information:
Visitor’s address Oslo: CJ Hambros Plass 7, 4th  floor
Postal address: PO Box 6856 St. Olavs Plass, 0130 Oslo
Telephone: +47 22 03 48 30,
Fax: +47 22 11 05 13
E-mail: [email protected]

Health Centre for Undocumented Immigrants
The Health Center for Undocumented Migrants provides health care to undocumented migrants, and people who do not have legal residence in Norway. The health center offers free medical care where one can meet the nurse, doctor, psychologist or physiotherapist for consultation. The center is owned, managed and operated by the Church City Mission (Stiftelsen Kirkens Bymisjon) and the Norwegian Red Cross / Oslo Red Cross.
Read more here: http://www.bymisjon.no/Support/English-Site

Contact information:
Visitor’s and postal address: Tollbugata 3, 0152 Oslo
Telephone: +47 48 89 05 60

UNHCR Regional Office in Stockholm
Effective work, durable solutions and capacity building are the foundations of UNHCR’s operations in the Baltic and Nordic countries. The main task of the UNHCR office in Stockholm is to support the governments in the region in their implementation of the 1951 Refugee Convention. The main objectives of the external relations unit are to place refugee- and asylum issues on the agenda, raising awareness and providing correct and updated information about the situation of the world’s millions of refugees.
Read more here: http://www.unhcr.se/en/the-un-refugee-agency.html  

Contact information:
Address: UNHCR Regional Office, Ynglingagatan 14, 6th  floor, 11347 Stockholm, Sweden
Telephone: +46 (0) 8457 48 80
Fax: +46 (0) 8457 48 87
E-mail: [email protected]

Save the Children Norway
Save the Children Norway is a non-governmental member organisation, which is party-politically and religiously neutral. Their values build upon the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and the UN Declaration on Human Rights. Save the Children fights for children’s right to education, health and enough to eat, and to live in peace and with hope for the future. Save the Children Norway has offices in Oslo, Kristiansand, Trondheim, Bergen, and Tromsø.
Read more here: http://www.reddbarna.no/om-oss/english     

Contact information:
Postal address: Redd Barna, Postboks 6902 St. Olavs plass, 0130 Oslo
Visitor’s address in Oslo: Storgata 38, 0182 Oslo
Telephone: +47 22 99 09 00

Norwegian PEN
Norwegian PEN is the Norwegian division of International PEN founded in 1922.  Norwegian PEN works primarily with freedom of expression-issues, mostly internationally. Norwegian PEN receives an increasing number of requests from writers, journalists, etc. who live in reception centers in Norway.
Read more here: http://www.norskpen.no/English.aspx  

Contact information:
Address: Wergelandsveien 29, 0167 Oslo, Norway
Telephone: +47 22 60 74 50
Mobile: +47 926 88 023
Fax +47 22 60 74 51
Email: [email protected]

The Norwegian Bar Association
The Norwegian Bar Association is the representative organisation for lawyers that safeguards the interests of its members and the legal profession in Norway.
Read more here: http://www.advokatforeningen.no/_/Funksjonsmeny/English

Contact information:
Address: Juristenes Hus, Kristian Augusts gate 9, 0164 Oslo
Telephone: +47 22 03 50 50
Fax: +47 22 11 53 25
E-mail: [email protected]

The Norwegian Helsinki Committee
The Norwegian Helsinki Committee is a non-governmental organisation working to ensure that human rights are respected in practice. They do this through monitoring, reporting, teaching and democracy support. The Norwegian Helsinki Committee works in the belief that documentation and organisations such as theirs are vital to enable states to protect human rights in their own countries, as well as in others. The Norwegian Helsinki Committee particularly works on countries in Europe, Central Asia and North America.
Read more here: http://www.nhc.no/en

Contact information:
Adress: Kirkegata 5, 0153 Oslo
Telephone: +47 22 47 92 02
Fax: +47 22 41 60 76
E-post: [email protected]

Amnesty International Norway
Amnesty International is a worldwide and independent organisation governed by its members. Amnesty International takes action to stop executions and torture, who demand freedom of speech and fair trials, and protest against discrimination. They work with all of their efforts until cases are resolved or terminated for any other reason.
Read more here: www.amnesty.no

Contact information:
Visitor’s address: Grensen 3, 0159 Oslo
Postal adress: P.O. Box 702 Sentrum, 0106 Oslo
Telephone: +47  22 40 22 00
E-mail: [email protected]

Norwegian People’s Aid
Norwegian People’s Aid is the labour movement’s humanitarian organisation for solidarity. Their goal is just distribution of power and resources and protection of life and health. Norwegian People’s Aid work with refugee, asylum and integration issues at the national level. Among other things, they run dialogue work against racism, training of legal guardians for unaccompanied minor asylum seekers, and they run nine reception centers.
Read more here:  http://www.npaid.org/Our-work

Contact information:
Visitor’s address: Storgata 33 A, 9th floor
Postal address: PO Box 8844, Youngstorget, 0028 Oslo
Telephone: +47 22037700
Fax: +47 22200870
E-mail: [email protected]

The Norwegian Red Cross
The Red Cross endeavors to prevent, stop and reduce human suffering, to protect lives, health and ensure respect for individuals. The Red Cross works to promote mutual understanding, friendship, cooperation and lasting peace amongst all people. The Norwegian Red Cross  organises various activities that support adults, teenagers and children in reception centers. They also arrange visits to those who are in the detention center Trandum and provide them with human support.
Read more here: http://www.rodekors.no/red-cross-in-english  

Contact information:
Visitor’s address: Hausmanns gate 7, 0186 Oslo
Telephone: 05003
E-mail: [email protected]

The Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC)
NRC is an independent, humanitarian organisation, which provides assistance, protection and durable solutions to refugees worldwide. NRC provides humanitarian aid to refugees, internally displaced people and returnees. In addition, the NRC administers an Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (IDMC) in Geneva, which identifies and reports on the situation of the world’s internally displaced persons on behalf of the United Nations.
Read more here: http://www.nrc.no

Contact information:
Visitor’s address: Grensen 17, Oslo
Postal address: PO Box 6758 St. Olavs plass, 0130 Oslo
Telephone: +47 23109800
E-mail: [email protected]