Registration

Non EU citizens

After approval of the immigration formalities and upon arrival in the Netherlands, registration will have to take place. Registration at both the immigration authorities and the municipality (Town Hall) is mandatory for non EU nationals. In many cases, combined registration will be possible in one of the Expat Centers that are located throughout the Netherlands. If this is not possible, we will coordinate and possibly accompany a visit to the immigration service desk (IND) and to the local authority office.

EU citizens

EU citizens who plan to stay in the Netherlands for more than 4 months need to register at their local Town Hall (or ExpatCenter). We will schedule and (if agreed) accompany the appointment.

Registration and BSN

After the local registration, the BSN (civic service number) will be issued. Depending on where the registration took place, the BSN will be issued right away or this will take up to a couple of weeks. A BSN is required in order to be able to pay a salary, take out (medical) insurances, or other contracts, e.g. a mobile phone contract.

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