Talent retention

For your newly hired employee relocation doesn’t end with the actual move. There are still many new challenges to handle. Making their transit and settling successful, we offer various programmes to support them every step of the way, from ongoing tax support to assistance with numerous local hurdles.

30% tax ruling

Settle Service offers the 30% ruling application as a seperate service. If you already know you are eligible for the facility, then you can proceed to the application immediately…

Tax return services

We offer Tax return services to unburden you of the complexity of the Dutch tax system. As in most countries, tax laws are complicated and therefore it is advisable to check…

Immigration Status Services

When a (future) employee lives and works in the Netherlands for an extended period, it is crucial to monitor the immigration status to maintain compliance…

In-Country Move

While living in the Netherlands, your employee might want to change property. We all know that moving is one of the most stressful and time-consuming processes in one’s life…

Language and Culture Training

One of the essential attributes for a successful settling-in process is knowing about the Dutch language and culture…

Ongoing Support

We tend to focus on the relocation process and then expect our employee (and their family) to be settled when they move into their new home and start working…

Permit Extension

It is essential to renew the permits of your employees to ensure ongoing compliance. We monitor your employees permits expiry dates…

Personal Assistance

We believe in simplifying your employee’s relocation to and stay in the Netherlands. Our service focuses on your employee and their accompanying family….

Spouse Career Assistance

When your employee wishes to relocate or reunite with their spouse, it is crucial that they also have the opportunity to build their life…

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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