Immigration is having lots of negative impacts on Norway, as well as England, Germany ad other European countries. Immigration to Norway is causing crime to rise. In Oslo Norway 50% of rapists have an immigrant background even though they are 1% of the population. Most of the other people coming to Norway are economic migrants (not refugees) who intend to take advantage of the countries generous welfare system and not work.
Making Norway less attractive to migrants is a good idea for Norway only. This is an extremely smart move on its part as it does not have to deal with the influx of people who have no jobs and in many cases bring disease and crime with them. Good for them.
A country that makes it harder for immigrants may make it harder for citizens born there, too. Norway should learn how to embrace the resources that its immigrants bring to the country. This can make it a richer and more diverse area and more hospitable for all people who live there.
Scandinavia has long been praised for its welcoming nature: Scandinavian governments provide broad support systems that keep their populations healthy and well-cared for. It is these features that attract migrants to the far north, and to Norway in particular. Norway should not make itself less attractive to migrants because that would be going against its cultural values.
No, making Norway less attractive to migrants a good idea. My belief is that making Norway less attractive won't hinder those who want to migrate to the country. The less appealing something appears, the more appealing it is some people and eventually, when they make their way to Norway and see that it isn't as unappealing as it is made out to be, it'll make people want to migrate there more again.