• If you have children under 18, the government will help you with the costs of bringing them up and caring for them. The money you receive for this from the [...]

  • If your child is born in the Netherlands, he/she does not get Dutch citizenship automatically. According to Dutch law, the child gets the citizenship of the parents. This means that [...]

  • After giving birth to a child the following steps need to be taken: Reporting the birth to your municipality (within three days after the birth) Reporting the birth to your [...]

  • Yes, Partners and children of highly skilled migrants will also be allowed to work in the Netherlands.

  • Legalisation makes documents suitable for use in another country. To legalise a document, the competent authorities sign and stamp it. Several different steps may be needed to complete the process. [...]

  • For registration in the BRP the birth certificates of the family members will also be required. A marriage certificate or declaration of partnership (no older than 6 months) is required [...]

  • If you plan to bring your family, you must also apply for a MVV (Entry visa) and/or VVR (Residence Permit) for your family members. If you possess or are [...]