Submit a new application or appeal a decision

As per now it is not possible to submit a new application for those with an approved application.

This option will be available March 9th, and more information about this will follow.

You can submit a new application if your application has been denied due to for example the following grounds:

  • VAT and tax arrears as of 29.02.2020:
    If you have paid the arrears, you can submit a new application. You should wait to submit a new application until two weeks after the payment is made to ensure that the payment has been registered with us.
  • Insufficient documentation for previously submitted application to the compensation scheme held by the Norwegian Tax Administration (April-August 2020):
    If you have submitted documentation which has been approved by the Norwegian Tax Administration, you can submit a new application to us. Before submitting a new application, you are advised to wait until two weeks after the documentation was submitted to the Tax Administration to ensure that the documentation is registered with us.
  • If you have mistakenly provided information which indicates a decrease in turnover of less than 30%. 
    If the correct figures would show a decrease in turnover in excess of 30%, you can submit a new application.
  • If the application was signed by someone who does not hold a key role within the enterprise.
  • If the enterprise is required to prepare and submit accounts and has not had its annual accounts approved for the most recent financial year in the Register of Company Accounts.
    If your annual accounts have been rejected, you must submit a new set of annual accounts to the Register of Company Accounts and get it approved, before you submit a new application to us.

Appeal

What can you appeal against?

You should appeal if you believe we have calculated the grant itself incorrectly based on the figures you submitted, or alternatively if you believe we have based our calculation on other facts which are incorrect, or if you believe we have made a procedural error.

How to appeal against a decision