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.
As of 1 July 2016, an amended permit for foreign investors has been implemented in the Netherlands, which has led to new ambitions within the City of Amsterdam.
Stay tuned in to the fields of HR, immigration and highly skilled migrants via the Expatcenter's corporate newsletter. This is the newsletter from September 2016.
In its continuing efforts to attract international talent to the Netherlands, the Dutch government has announced that the fees paid by businesses to become a recognised sponsor will change.
The rules regarding work permits for Japanese nationals in the Netherlands are set to change next year. As of 1 January 2017, Japanese nationals will no longer be exempt from the requirement for a work permit in the Netherlands, and employers of Japanese citizens in the Netherlands will need to apply for a single permit that combines both residence and work permits.
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.