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IN Amsterdam provides a one-stop-shop service for international newcomers in the Amsterdam Area.

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Follow the government's requirements for self-quarantining on arrival in the Netherlands. If you must self-quarantine and you have an upcoming appointment with IN Amsterdam, please contact us to reschedule. Note that a negative test for coronavirus (COVID-19) is not a substitute for self-quarantine. Refer to the government's latest information for travelling to the Netherlands from abroad and IN Amsterdam's appointment guidelines

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We serve companies and their highly skilled migrant employees, scientific researchers, international entrepreneurs and international graduates, simplifying immigration processes and helping international newcomers settle into the Amsterdam Area. The IN Amsterdam procedure includes immigration elements such as:

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    As the youngest city in the Netherlands, Almere is never afraid to do things differently. That’s why the new Smart Innovation Hub is the perfect fit for the city’s innovative business climate.

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    The new British School of Amsterdam opened the doors of its new school building on 21 April, further consolidating the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area’s wide range of international education.

  • Mental health and household income most affected in coronavirus survey

    In November 2020, IN Amsterdam commissioned the International Community Advisory Panel (ICAP) to carry out a survey to assess the way the international community is coping with the COVID-19 pandemic. More than 2000 people took the survey, and the results have now been published.

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