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372 news items of Ministry of Justice and Security
Rules for collection services as of 1 April
From 1 April 2024, collection service providers will have to meet quality requirements and will be required to register. With ...
Declaration by the Ministry of Justice and Security about emergency meeting with the police and Public Prosecution Service concerning the protests by farmers
This morning, the Minister of Justice and Security, the police and the Public Prosecution Service (OM) held an emergency meeting ...
The start of the ‘Double secured is double safe’ campaign is intended to encourage Dutch citizens to set up two-factor verification for e-mail and other accounts
The Government campaign entitled ‘Double secured is double safe’ starts today. This campaign is an initiative of the Ministry of ...
Large multinationals are obliged to disclose tax on profits
From now on, large multinationals will be obliged to disclose annually how much tax on profits they pay worldwide. It concerns ...
The Dispersal Act enters into effect on 1 February
The Asylum Reception Facilities in Municipalities (Enablement) Act (Dispersal Act) has been published in the Government Gazette. ...
Accommodation third-country nationals ends after 4 March 2024
Third-country nationals from Ukraine are obliged to leave the Netherlands within 28 days after 4 March. This is a consequence of ...
Additional funds for the Centre for Sexual Violence
Over the next 3 years, Stichting Landelijk Centrum Seksueel Geweld (LCSG) will be able to count on more than €1.1 million. This ...
New regulation simplifies the exchange of digital evidence in criminal cases within Europe
Effective as of March 2026, the 'eEvidence' regulation will come into force within the European Union. The regulation strengthens ...
Excesses overshadow otherwise orderly New Year's Eve
New Year's Eve 2023-2024 unfolded with fewer incidents and, in many areas, in an orderly manner. Nevertheless, excesses with ...
Name change free for descendants of enslaved persons
Descendants of enslaved persons will be able to change their surname for free as of 2024. The Council of Ministers has agreed to ...