This interview questionnaire-based study is part of the MiPreg project and was conducted between January 2019 and January 2020. The Mipreg project is a multidisciplinary, mixed method project that seeks to identify factors that explain disparities in pregnancy outcomes among recently migrated women in Norway. Norway has universal health coverage and essential maternity care is free of charge for all legal citizens. Persons without legal residence have right to healthcare but must pay for it.25 Pregnant women can choose between follow-up by a general practitioner or a midwife at a maternity and child healthcare centre.26 The standard antenatal package includes 8 consultations, including 1 routine ultrasound examination around weeks 17–19. Almost all births in Norway occur in public hospitals. After discharge from hospital, the maternity and child healthcare centre provide the postnatal follow-up.27

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