IN Amsterdam (formerly Expatcenter Amsterdam) provides a one-stop-shop service for international newcomers in the Amsterdam Area. We serve companies and their highly skilled migrant employees, scientific researchers, international entrepreneurs and international graduates. The IN Amsterdam procedure includes immigration elements such as residence and work permits (including the startup visa), registration with the municipality, the 30% tax ruling and many other official matters.
From September 1, a new social security treaty between the Netherlands and China will help support employees seconded between the countries.
Non-profit organisation !WOON gives free independent advice on rental and housing regulations in Amsterdam. A new helpdesk open weekly at the IN Amsterdam office makes it easier for internationals to access !WOON's services and protect themselves against housing scams and unnecessary costs.
Launched last year, IND says more businesses customers than ever are now choosing use their online Business Portal to help recruit highly skilled migrants.
Following the UK's decision to leave the European Union, the City of Amsterdam has commissioned a report outlining the potential impact of the 'Brexit' for British citizens living in Amsterdam and the ways in which they could retain their pre-Brexit residency rights.
When the new school year begins in September 2017, three new schools will open their doors in the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area and several more schools will have completed expansions to accommodate more international students.