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IN Amsterdam service fees

IN Amsterdam is a service point where highly skilled migrants can arrange all their formal affairs in one place upon arrival in the Netherlands. The services carried out by IN Amsterdam result in a substantial reduction of the administrative burden for employers and highly skilled migrants entering the Netherlands.

Service fees in 2023

IN Amsterdam charges for services which are in addition to those of the IND and the Personal Records Database.

Below is a detailed overview of IN Amsterdam’s service fees. Please note that payment in cash is not possible. Since 2021 the fees have been indexed annually. 

                                                               2024 (excl. VAT)

Single immigration procedure (first application)
Highly skilled migrant non-EU     €229
Partner non-EU                             €114
Child non-EU                                 €51

Single immigration procedure (extension)
Highly skilled migrant                      €71
Partner EU or non-EU                        €37
Child EU or non-EU                            €18 

Single procedure (municipal registration/RNI*/BSN)
Highly skilled migrant                      €71
Partner EU or non-EU                        €37
Child EU or non-EU                            €18   

Combined procedure (includes both immigration procedure and municipal registration/BSN)
Highly skilled migrant non-EU        €300 
Partner non-EU                                 €151
Child non-EU                                     €71

* RNI refers to a stay of less than 4 months 

Fees for collecting residence permits

Collecting residence permits for an extension or a change in residence status is known as the 'single immigration procedure (extension)' and a corresponding fee applies (see above).

Exemptions

No payment of service fees will be required from those in the position of scientific researchers/employees of scientific institutions, organisations and companies admitted to Directive 2005/71/EG. Click here to view the full list of businesses, institutions and organisations that are included in Directive 2005/71/EG

Bachelors’ and masters’ graduates are exempt from paying fees for their Orientation Year Permit granted by the IND.

Recipients of the Startup Visa, granted by the IND, are exempt from paying fees.

If your company (or their intermediary) has a contract with IN Amsterdam, the invoice will be sent directly to them.