Everaert Advocaten is recognised nationally and internationally as one of the leading firms in migration law in the Netherlands. Be it for a short term residence permit or permanent residence, we offer our clients tailored migration solutions. We are also available for migration related legal procedures, such as acquiring Dutch nationality, and international adoptions.Read more ...
Barbara Wegelin debated on aspects of the European refugee crisis last week with advisor in international law Professor André Nollkaemper and member of parliament Malik Azmani (VVD, liberal and people’s party) in the 7th edition of the Gerbrandy debate.
As of 29 November 2016, the intra-corporate transfer (ICT) (also known as intra-company transfer) of key personnel to the Netherlands will be administered by Dutch ICT rules based on the ICT Directive of the EU.
The government does not adequately inform Dutch citizens living abroad regarding the possibility of losing citizenship.
Effective 29 November 2016 the Netherlands implements the Directive of the European Union regulating the entry and residence of non-EU nationals transfered within a multinational company. The Netherlands is one of the 26 member states of the European Union that has approved Directive 2014/66/EC of 15 May 2014. The Directive stipulates which conditions member states may pose to the residence of non-EU migrants in the framework of an intra-corporate transfer, or ICT.
Since 2006 foreign students with a residence permit for study in the Netherlands do not require a work permit to do an internship. This exemption of the permit requirement is included in the Executive Decree Foreign Nationals Employment Act (Besluit uitvoering Wet arbeid vreemdelingen).