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Anne Wijffelman


+31 (0)20 752 32 15

Anne assists in acquiring long-term as well as short-term residence in the Netherlands. In her practice, she assists both with obtaining a permanent residence permit as well as a Schengen visa for a short visit to the Netherlands – and everything in between.

Anne is specialized in the family reunification procedure. She assists with the application for reunification with an unmarried partner or spouse as well as with children (Chavez) or parents. Even if you do not fulfil the requirements at first sight, she will search for possibilities. Perhaps you can fulfil the income requirement in a different manner, or you are exempted from the civic integration exam abroad?

Moreover, Anne assists clients in procedures concerning the change of personal data in the Personal Records Database (brp) and the adjustment of certificates of the Dutch civil status record (for examples, birth certificates).

Anne joined Everaert Advocaten Immigration Lawyers in January 2020. Before Anne made her move to Everaert Advocaten Immigration Lawyers, she gained extensive experience in the field of immigration law. Among others, she worked at a specialized law firm and at the Aliens Division of the Haarlem District Court. Furthermore, she worked at Defence for Children, where she advised on matters relating to migration and children’s rights.

Anne holds master’s degrees in Public International Law and Cultural and Social Anthropology. She has published in international and national journals on the topic of family reunification and permanent residence.

Netherlands Bar registration

Anne has registered the following principal legal practice areas in the Netherlands Bar’s register of legal practice areas (rechtsgebiedenregister):

  • Immigration law

Based on this registration, she is required to obtain ten training credits per calendar year in each registered principal legal practice area in accordance with the standards set by the Netherlands Bar.

Memberships and ancillary positions

WRV – Werkgroep Rechtsbijstand in Vreemdelingenzaken