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Word of our partner – Massimo Maesen

Happy Easter everyone, Expat Management Group has interesting times ahead.

Harder for unmarried couples to get Dutch permit

Burden of proof higher for unmarried partners to obtain Dutch residence permit.

Amsterdam housing event

Amsterdam is hosting an event about housing for internationals in the Amsterdam area.

The Brexit is further delayed

Now that Brexit has been further delayed, there seems to be more uncertainty than ever

What to do in May/June 2019

Check out the most fun and biggest events in the cities of Netherland.

Extending the U.K.’s withdrawal deadline

The EU has extend the March 29 withdrawal deadline, imposing two new dates.

Less stricter rules on Dutch nationality?

The European Court of Justice rendered an important ruling relevant to Dutch nationals who face loss of Dutch nationality.

New International Primary School Leiden

The Dutch Ministry of Education has given its permission to start the development of a new international primary school in the Leiden region.

What to do in April 2019?

Check out the most fun and biggest events in the cities of Netherland.

We are 5 years in business!

This year we are celebrating 5 years as a Mobility provider in the Netherlands, will face a huge number of doors in 2019.

New team member – Aldijana Dedic

Aldijana Dedic is the new immigration officer. She will be joined the immigration team this month.

Managed – Bruno Maia

Bruno moved from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to Amsterdam, the Netherlands. We asked him some questions.

No Apostilles for documents issued in EU Member States

Since February civil status documents issued in other EU Member States will no longer need to be Apostilled.

What to do in March 2019?

Check out the most fun and biggest events in the cities of Netherland.

Word of our partners – Dominique Coenen

Another year and another set of a whole new change will come up. We hope that each of our clients will reach new heights.

Working Holiday program with Hong Kong

As of 1 January, nationals from Hong Kong (18-30 years) can make use of the WHP.

Managed – Benjamin Barreto

Benjamin moved from Brazil to Amsterdam, the Netherlands. We asked him some questions.

Finding housing: Don’t expect to live in Amsterdam

There is thing that not everyone who plans to move to Amsterdam, is aware of: it is very hard to find accommodation.

What to do in January 2019?

Check out the most fun and biggest events in the cities of Netherland.

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