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The rights of British citizens in the Netherlands after Brexit

On the 31st of January 2020, the United Kingdom (UK) has officially left the European Union (EU). At the moment, the EU and the UK have entered the ‘transition period.’ This period lasts until the 31st of December, 2020. During this time, EU law will still be applicable unless it is deliberately excluded, or amended by the Withdrawal Agreement. Consequently, all matters related to EU citizen’s rights will still be subject to EU law until the end of the transition period.

We provide an overview of the rights of British citizens and their family members during the transition period below. (Read more)

Download our Brexit fact sheet here.

 Application procedure and fees

Make sure that your registration in the Personal Records Database (BRP) of your municipality is up to date, in order to receive your IND letter at the correct address.

The public handling fee for the national residence permit is  €58 for adults and €31 for children under the age of 18.


If you have any questions concerning your personal situation, please contact Nikki Vreede or Mirjam den Besten.

If you have any questions or require further information concerning your employees or your business, please contact Marcel Reurs or Bram van Melle.