The Expatcenter provides a one-stop-shop service for international talent: companies and their highly skilled migrant employees, scientific researchers, international entrepreneurs and international graduates. The Expatcenter helps with residence and work permits (including the startup visa), registration with the municipality, the 30% tax ruling and many other official matters.
Learn more about how the Expatcenter can help with matters regarding the 30% tax ruling, a tax advantage for highly skilled migrants moving to the Netherlands.
On Thursday 23 June, Kajsa Ollongren and Jeroen Klaasse, the Alderpersons for Economic Affairs of Amsterdam and Diemen respectively, will sign an agreement on Diemen’s affiliation to the Expatcenter Amsterdam.
We have recently been running a pilot of our new online appointment tool. The results are positive, and we are ready to implement the tool for corporate clients and intermediaries scheduling appointments at the Expatcenter.
Stay tuned into what’s happening in town, from updates on Amsterdam’s bustling cultural life to information about city life for locals. This is the Expatcenter newsletter for May 2016.
Stay tuned into what’s happening in town, from updates on Amsterdam’s bustling cultural life to information about city life for locals. This is the Expatcenter newsletter for April 2016.
There has been a significant improvement to the Orientation Year scheme, a measure aiming to retain foreign talent for the Dutch labour market that allows recent bachelor’s and master’s graduates (both from Dutch and international universities) to search for work in the Netherlands with a special Orientation Year work and residence permit.