The 43-year-old says he fled from Iran to Norway in 2008, and then applied for political asylum.
"I am an asylum seeker and have a hunger strike at the reception of Nome in Ulefoss from July 22. I want to talk to you, please say in the e-mail that Reza Mohammadi sent to different media on Wednesday morning.
In the e-mail he also sent a photo of himself where it is clear that the 43-year-old has sewn his mouth three different places.
I have not seen her son for almost eleven years
Reza Mohammadi has received more refusal to register in Norway because the Immigration Board does not consider it dangerous to return to his country of origin. Reza does not agree with that.
– At the same time, the Norwegian police can not make a mandatory return without a valid passport. He did not say where it is, says Jon Ole Martinsen of the Norwegian Organization for Asylum Seekers (NOAS), who is Reza's lawyer.
Reza Mohammadi does not want NRK to explain why he had to flee Iran, but he says he came to the edge of the regime and fled because he was afraid of being killed. Life in Norway was not as he had hoped.
"I ended up in a great situation, I can no longer live at an asylum reception, it's like hell, I have not seen my son and the rest of my family in about 11 years," Mohammadi told NRK.
– A burden for everyone
The reception of Nome tells NRK that they are doing everything to help the Iranian asylum seeker who has a hunger strike for a month.
"We think it is very sad that someone takes such drastic measures, and we try to take care of him as best we can in this situation, because we are afraid that this will damage his health." It is also a burden for other residents and employees, says CEO Anne Stokken.
Take a doctor's visit
The recipient of the shelter says that the 43-year-old is determined to continue the hunger strike.
"He says he has some pain, but for the time being he did not want to have a doctor next to the doctor's consultation that we had on July 25. He will have a home visit next Tuesday by a doctor and a nurse.
– How long can such a hunger strike last?
– I'm not sure. There is probably another question from medical science.
Jon Ole Martinsen of the Norwegian Organization for Asylum Seekers (NOAS) says that they are aware of several cases in which asylum seekers have spent years without a decision in the asylum reception.
– The asylum seeker believes that he or she can not return to the home country, while the agency is of the opinion that there is no risk of return. There are a number of countries where the police can not enforce asylum seekers from Norway without a valid passport, thus ending asylum for many years.
NRK has had contact with the Immigration Commission, who says that they can not comment on individual cases.