The Netherlands The Dutch government is also being lenient towards foreign nationals who are currently unable to leave the country due to the expiration of their residence permit. Thus, those who would like to extend their temporary residence visa expiring within ...Continue reading
If you had the money to buy citizenship to a COVID-19-free country, would you do it? Since the beginning of the year, citizenship applications from the super rich through Henley & Partners have increased by 42%.
In just three months, Henley & Partners, one of the world’s biggest citizenship brokers, has registered a rise in 42% in applications for new citizenships and the number of enquiries into getting new citizenships has risen by 25%. ...Continue reading
People with COVID-19 often have: A fever Respiratory complaints such as coughing Common cold Sneezing Difficulty breathing. Stay at home if you have: Nasal cold Runny nose Sneezing Sore throat Light cough Slight temperature (up to 38 degrees Celsius) Important: if ...Continue reading
Credits: https://www.iamexpat.nl/ Expectations for the housing market in 2020 Over the past few years, house prices in the Netherlands have increased significantly. For 2020, the expectation is that house prices will increase further, but not as much as they have over the ...Continue reading
You have graduated or obtained a PhD or performed scientific research and wish to find a job or start your own company . You live abroad or are still in the Netherlands. You need a ...Continue reading
Credits: Iamexpat.nl Education is compulsory (leerplicht) in the Netherlands from the ages of five to 16, however, most children start to attend primary school at age four. While the structure of primary education in the Netherlands is straightforward, the structure of ...Continue reading