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The measures against the spread of COVID-19 have a huge impact on the Dutch business community. The Dutch government has introduced an extensive number of measures in order to support self-employed professionals and to maintain as many jobs as possible during this time of crisis. One of these is the Temporary measure for self-employed professionals (TOZO).

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The outbreak of the COVID-19 crisis in the Netherlands has an effect on all residents of the Netherlands. Whether you are holder of a residence permit or just visiting, you may be faced with difficulties to return home. In this article, we will explain how the corona measures will affect foreign nationals who are in the Netherlands and cannot return home.

For more information, please contact Thomas van Houwelingen.

The Dutch government introduced several measures to alleviate the Corona crisis’ consequences as much as possible for entrepreneurs and freelancers. Below you will find a short recap of all the measures.

*We will update this information according to the latest developments.

For more information please contact Hermie de Voer or Thomas van Houwelingen, or call us at +31(0)20752 32 00.

Application for permanent residence

At present it is not possible to pick up your civic integration diploma from the exam location. 

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Update: Non-essential travel to the EU banned

On May 8, 2020, the EU Commission requested the Schengen Member States to extend the ban on non-essential travel for another 30 days, until June 15th.

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Update: family members of Dutch citizens may soon collect MVV visa

On April 28, 2020 the IND announced that embassies will resume issuing MVV's (entry clearance visas) to family members of Dutch citizens with an MVV approval for the purpose of stay ‘family’, if local circumstances allow.

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Vignette for crucial cross-border workers

Since Belgium prohibited all non-essential travel aswell, the waiting times for transport of goods and service provision traffic at the border with the Netherlands have increased significantly. A vignette is now available for cross-border workers with crucial professions or who provide vital services. With this vignette they can pass the border controls more quickly.

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You can still count on us!

Everaert Advocaten is doing their utmost to make sure all of our clients'  cases continue to be handled effectively, in spite of the limiting measures we all have to deal with at the moment. Thanks to modern technology the impact on our service delivery should be minimal or zero. 

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