The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR – AVG in Dutch) is the most important change in data privacy regulation in 20 years. We all received many emails last year, telling us about this new law and that companies couldn’t keep our data anymore without our consent. At Abroad Experience things also changed a bit and we’re going to tell you how.Read GDPR and transparency at Abroad Experience
Building a family is always something that drastically changes your life, not only on the personal side but also on the professional one. It can be challenging sometimes to understand all your rights as an employee and future parent. So, if you are a mother or father to be in the Netherlands, you might want to know career and parents’ life in the Netherlands, what are your maternity or paternity rights, when to tell your employer about it and even the impact a baby can have on your career.Read How to manage career and parents’ life in the Netherlands?
Sickness, stolen items, broken bones or windows, and fender benders. A few of the things in life we all so our best to avoid, however life never comes without these inconveniences and pain in our wallets or limbs. Thankfully though, there’s insurance.Read Types of Insurance in the Netherlands.
The Immigration and Naturalisation Service (Immigratie en Naturalisatiedienst or IND) is a division of the Dutch Ministry of Security and Justice which handles the admission of foreigners in the Netherlands.
Whether you wish to move, study, or are seeking asylum in the Netherlands, the IND will be the organization with which your application will be processed. They will be your main source of information and contact throughout the process.Read The Immigration and Naturalisation Service (IND)
Short on time and need to find accommodations in the Netherlands as quickly as possible? If money is not a big issue, your best bet may be to visit some housing agencies!Read Finding Accommodation: Housing Agencies in the Netherlands