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Recently the Dutch Council of State has rendered a judgment in which it confirms that Japanese nationals do not need work permits when they come to the Netherlands to take up employment.
In the final quarter of 2014 State Secretary of the Ministry of Justice Teeven pledged to re-examine the current Dutch points-based assessment of the admittance of self-employed foreign nationals, in order to adjust the current system to recent developments on the international market.
The Netherlands may possibly no longer require foreign nationals holding long-term residence EC permits to take a civic integration examination, so held advocate-general M. Szpunar of the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg. Once the status of long-term resident EC has been acquired, this obligation will lapse.
On 24 December 2014 the highest Dutch administrative court decided that Japanese nationals are allowed to work in the Netherlands without the need for a work permit.
Political party D66 has raised Parliamentary questions as a result of VPRO Argos radio broadcast ‘Ik Keer Terug!’ (I Return!). Our colleague Susanne Mooij was one of the interviewees.