IN Amsterdam

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

17 January 2022

Important: before visiting IN Amsterdam

At your appointment, we kindly ask you to keep a 1.5-metre distance from others, disinfect your hands on arrival and follow our other appointment guidelines until further notice.

Follow the government's requirements for self-quarantining and testing on arrival in the Netherlands. If you are uncertain about your personal requirements, please take a moment to try out the 'Check My Trip' website to access the latest forms and guidance.

Information about coronavirus (COVID-19) in English

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Learn how IN Amsterdam can help you

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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IN Amsterdam news: Dutch immigration policy and HR updates

  • What's changing in the Netherlands in 2022

    A new year always brings changes to rules and regulations. From tax rates to work permits, these changes will affect many internationals living in Amsterdam. Read on to find out more.

  • The Welcome to NL platform launches

    Discover Welcome to NL, a new online platform which aims to connect highly skilled talent with career opportunities in the Netherlands. Written specifically for talent abroad, it paints a vivid picture of living and working in the Netherlands, helping them make an informed decision about relocating to the Netherlands.

  • Learn about the coronavirus entry pass in the Netherlands

    The current rules of social distancing and opening hours are valid at least until 19 December. While certain entertainment is still available during the day, to make use of social and leisure facilities such as bars, restaurants, concerts, cinemas and theatres, you must have a valid coronavirus entry pass.

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