Visas & Permits
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Dutch permit for Bulgarians, Romanians and Croatians

Long-term residence in the Netherlands for Croatian nationals

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Croatian citizens who want to live in the Netherlands long-term must apply for verification against EU law and request a certificate of lawful residence.

Visa

Preparing supporting documents for Dutch visa and permit applications

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Learn about the process of getting your documents certified before applying for residency in the Netherlands.

Re-entry visa for returning to the Netherlands

Re-entry visa for returning to the Netherlands

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If you leave the Netherlands and your Dutch visa expires while you're abroad, you will need a return visa to re-enter the Netherlands.

Short-stay Dutch visa

Short-stay visa for visiting the Netherlands

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Certain nationalities require a tourist visa to stay in the Netherlands for up to three months, or a transit visa even if only passing through en route to another country.

Dutch visa for seasonal workers

Dutch residence permit for short-term contract workers

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Seasonal workers can obtain Dutch residence permits to live and work in the Netherlands for up to 24 weeks, which their employer can apply for on their behalf before arriving.

Dutch residence permits for scientific researchers

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If you have access to a doctoral programme and have been selected to work on a scientific research project, you and your family can apply to live and work in the Netherlands.

Dutch residence permits for exchange programmes

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Canadians, Australians and New Zealanders can apply for one-year working holiday schemes; other nationalities can live in the Netherlands for one year under private exchange programmes.

Dutch visa for au pairs in the Netherlands

Dutch residence permit for au pairs

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An au pair agency can sponsor and apply for your Dutch residency permit so you can live and work as an au pair in the Netherlands for up to one year.

Civic integration exam to live in the Netherlands

Civic integration exam preparation no longer free

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From 2013, migrants with regular residence permits who are obliged to sit the civic integration exam will have to pay for the necessary preparation.



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