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Representations: Switzerland

07-12-2012

Agreements with Switzerland on consular assistance

Switzerland will provide assistance to Dutch nationals who find themselves in difficulties in countries where the Netherlands no ...

News item | 26-08-2013 | 14:00

Switzerland to join Schengen area

Switzerland will join the Schengen area on 12 December. The interior ministers of the 27 EU member states reached this decision ...

News item | 28-11-2008 | 10:41

Timmermans: Switzerland on track for joining Schengen zone

On Monday, the Dutch Minister for European Affairs Frans Timmermans met with Micheline Calmy-Rey, the head of the Swiss ...

News item | 11-06-2008 | 14:46

Netherlands and Switzerland sign military cooperation treaty

On 12 April, foreign minister Maxime Verhagen and the Swiss ambassador, Dominik Alder, signed a bilateral treaty covering ...

News item | 13-04-2007 | 10:24

Minister De Jager signs tax treaty with Switzerland

The Minister of Finance, Jan Kees de Jager, signed a new tax treaty with Switzerland on 26 February 2010. The most important part ...

News item | 26-02-2010 | 17:27

Am I allowed to work as a prostitute in the Netherlands?

You may work as a prostitute in the Netherlands if you are over the age of 18. You must also satisfy a number of conditions, ...

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New in the Netherlands

Newcomers to the Netherlands must comply with certain rules if they want to settle and work here. Some are required to take a ...

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Highly skilled migrants

Highly skilled migrants come to the Netherlands to make a contribution to the knowledge economy. If they hold the nationality of ...

As an EU citizen, how can I stay in the Netherlands for longer than three months?

As a national of an EU country, you can stay in the Netherlands for as long as you wish. You do not require a residence permit, ...

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