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Residence permit [infographic]

Citizens of the European Union (EU), the European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland

If you are an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen, you do not need a residence permit to stay in the Netherlands if your stay is based on the EC Treaty. Your passport (or ID document) from the country of which you hold the nationality is evidence enough that you are permitted to stay in the Netherlands. You are not required to register with the IND.

Citizens of the European Union (EU), the European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland fall under the laws and regulations of the EU, EEA and the treaty between the EU and Switzerland. These regulations are different from Dutch national law.

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Dutch Taxes

Tax Information line

This is a quick insight to Dutch Taxes, where they come from, why your paying them, and how to go about them when working through Abroad Experience. The general information telephone number of the tax office only provides information in Dutch. You can contact them for all kinds of questions regarding tax matters and other subjects that you come across while living in the Netherlands. Their telephone number (from The Netherlands) is: 0800 0543

When you call this number, but you cannot not speak Dutch (yet), please ask the operator to transfer you to an English speaking colleague!

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Dutch work permit

If you are an EU/EEA/Swiss national, you do not need a work permit to work legally in The Netherlands. Applicants who do not have the EU/EEA/Swiss nationality or are from Croatia will require a valid Dutch work permit (tewerkstellingsvergunning, or TWV). 

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