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Single Parent Allowances
Single parents are eligible to receive an allowance.
Retaining Icelandic Citizenship
Icelandic citizens who are born abroad and have never established legal domicile in Iceland may lose their citizenship when they reach the age of 22.
Moving from Nordic Countries to Iceland
Transfer of a legal domicile to Iceland can only be registered in person at Registers Iceland office or to the District Police Commissioners offices
Restoration of Icelandic Citizenship
Under certain circumstances the Directorate of Immigration may comply with requests to restore an individual's Icelandic citizenship.
Getting a National ID Number as an Immigrant
Every person who lives in Iceland is registered at Registers Iceland and has a unique ten-digit national ID number ("kennitala" in Icelandic).
Pregnancy, Prenatal Care & Birth
Prenatal care is free of charge as long as the patient has had their legal domicile registered in Iceland for at least six months.
Lower airfares for residents in rural areas
Who is eligible for Loftbrú?
The Loftbrú discount scheme provides a 40% discount on the total fare of all domestic routes to and from the capital area.
Parental Allowances for Parents Who are Students, Employed Part-Time or Unemployed
After a new child, parents who are studying are entitled to a monthly allowances, as are parents who are unemployed and employed part-time (less than 25%).
Registration of EEA/EFTA Foreign Nationals at Registers Iceland
EEA/EFTA foreign nationals staying longer than three months must register with Registers Iceland.
People who live together at the same legal domicile and are not married and do not have an unlisted marital status may register themselves in cohabitation.