Humanitarian non-temporary

The humanitarian non-temporary permit (or “continued residence” as it used to be called) is a bit of an odd one amongst Dutch residence permits. Although, it is a temporary residence

ABRvS 04-08-2021; LHBTI

Op 4 augustus jl. heeft de Raad van State een belangrijke uitspraak gedaan voor LHBTI asielaanvragen. Voorheen moest een LHBTI cliënt door middel van haar/zijn verklaringen de IND kunnen overtuigen

The orientation year for highly educated people

The residence permit for work ‘orientation year highly educated’ is intended for people who have graduated, obtained a degree (bachelor’s or master’s) or have carried out scientific research and are

New scheme for essential startup personnel

As 1 June 2021 a pilot will start to make it easier for innovative start-ups to bring foreign personnel with special expertise to the Netherlands. The pilot will initially last

Moving to NL with children

Moving to the Netherlands with your children, or bringing your children to the Netherlands, naturally will also require applying for a residence permit for them. The permit is based on family