Our fields of expertise
We can lighten your cares and guide you through complex legislation and regulations. We specialise in various fields of law which are associated with immigration. Below you will find more information about our specific expertise.
If you want to employ a foreign national from outside the European Union, there are several options, for example an application for a skilled migrant, using a blue card or a combined residence and work permit (in Dutch: gecombineerde vergunning verblijf en arbeid or GVVA).
We can provide you with advice on what applies best to your specific situation and assist you in the process with the Dutch Immigration and Naturalisation Service (Immigratie- en Naturalisatiedienst, IND).
A Dutch national, national of an EU/EEA country or Switzerland or holding a Dutch residence permit, can apply for family reunification for spouse, registered partner or unmarried partner and children under the age of 18 years old.
We can provide you with advice on the requirements of such an application, such as documents, income and civic integration and assist you in the process with the Dutch Immigration and Naturalisation Service (Immigratie- en Naturalisatiedienst, IND).
If you want to come to the Netherlands to start-up a business or you want to start working on a self-employed basis, a scoring system may apply to you. You have to score sufficient points in the following areas: Personal experience, Business Plan and Added value for the Netherlands.
We can provide you with advice on the requirements of such an application, check documents, business plan and income and assist you in the process with the Dutch Immigration and Naturalisation Service (Immigratie- en Naturalisatiedienst, IND).
If you are a citizen of a European member state, you are at liberty to work within the European Union, although specific European rules apply in such a case. In particular, such rules play a role if you lose your job. We look forward to providing you with advice about your rights or instituting legal proceedings if there is a danger of you losing your residence permit.
The regulations which apply in the case of migration and obtaining a normal residence permit in the Netherlands are complex and are constantly amended. A consultation may help you to adopt the appropriate course of action. An initial introduction is free. If we conduct specific legal research for you, we will agree on a precise, friendly fee with you in that respect beforehand.
We can help your educational institute or company with all aspects of applying for a residence permit for your students, academic researchers or skilled migrants. Consequently, we are able to simplify the duties which you have towards the IND in your capacity as a sponsor for a friendly fee, thereby enabling you to focus on your core business. Asking us about the options is free of obligation.
• Specific rules apply in the case of Turkish subjects.