Work Permit

When hiring a non-EU as a company the assignee is most likely required to hold (or request) a work permit. This work permit is part of the highly skilled migrant or ICT permit schema, though, in some situations, a separate work permit is mandatory.

Work Permit Service

By assessing the situation, we advise on which immigration route can be best followed. We inform the employer and the employee about the required documents and prepare and submit the immigration documents. We coordinate any necessary appointments with the immigration authorities.

“Great process with enough information and very efficient.“

— By Almira

The Netherlands’ popularity as expat country

Did you read my blog in May about the expanding numbers of relocation to the Netherlands? Or the later one about the housing prices in Amsterdam and other Dutch cities? Here’s yet another article on the popularity of the Netherlands […]

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Finding highly skilled talent in a tight labour market

With a tight labour market in the Netherlands, many companies are looking for talent from abroad. Most companies start looking for talented people in the EU but even this market isn’t big enough in many cases. What we see is […]

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A relocation from Iran to Amsterdam

Mohammad is a 30 year old man from Teheran, Iran. He moved to the Netherlands at the end of April after he found a job at an online bank in Amsterdam. Among the nationalities that we service, the Iranian is […]

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