Last modified: 5 April 2013 - Overview
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Last modified: 14 September 2012
The Burgerservicenummer (BSN) is a unique personal number issued to everyone registered in the 'Gemeentelijke Basisadministratie persoonsgegevens' (GBA), or the Personal Records Database of the municipality. The BSN was forme ...
Last modified: 5 February 2013
Privileged persons are not obliged to register with the municipality in which they reside. However, the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs considers registration with the municipality highly practical and advisable.
Last modified: 21 March 2013 - Overview
Last modified: 29 April 2013 - Product
Last modified: 15 March 2013 - Product
If you live or work in the Netherlands and you have children, you are entitled to receive Dutch child benefits (kinderbijslag). Child benefits are paid after the end of each quarter for children up to age 18.
Last modified: 14 September 2012 - Overview
Last modified: 14 February 2013 - Overview
GBA stands for the Gemeentelijke Basisadministratie persoonsgegevens (GBA), or the Municipal Personal Records Database. Here you find information explaining the GBA: What it is, What to bring and Extract (uittreksel).
Last modified: 1 February 2013 - Overview
To obtain a short-stay visa for the Netherlands, visitors to the country sometimes need a so-called guarantor’s declaration (letter of invitation), or Proof of Sponsorship and/or private accommodation.
Last modified: 11 January 2013
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