You cannot send make your appeal directly to the National Insurance Court. The appeal must be submitted to the public authority or insurance fund that made the decision you wish to challenge.

How to appeal

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You have received a decision from NAV Klageinstans, Helseklage, Statens pensjonskasse or another pension fund that you do not agree with.

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You make an appeal against the decision by sending it to the public authority or pension fund that adopted the decision (usually NAV Klageinstans). That public authority or pension fund prepares the case and forwards it to the National Insurance Court.

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The National Insurance Court receives your appeal, and your case is then decided by the judges of the National Insurance Court.

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You will receive a letter when your appeal has been decided upon.

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This is how you make an appeal

If you disagree with a decision you have received from NAV Klageinstans, Helseklage or a pension fund (including SPK and KLP), you can normally appeal the decision to the National Insurance Court.


The appeal may be made after you have exhausted all complaints procedures in the public authority or insurance fund that has adopted the decision.


An appeal to the National Insurance Court must be submitted to the public authority (i.e. NAV Klageinstans) or insurance fund that made the decision you disagree with. That authority or fund will subsequently forward the appeal to the National Insurance Court, along with the case files.

Do you wish to appeal a decision from NAV Klageinstans? Read more here.

Do you wish to appeal a decision from Helseklage? Read more here.

Do you wish to appeal a decision from Kommunal landspensjonskasse (KLP)? Read more here.

Read more about the appeals process here.