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19 november 2018

Brexit information on the site of the Dutch immigration service updated


This is a copy of the page on the website of the Dutch immigration service as published on the 19th of November 2018. Check on that site for updates: https://ind.nl/en/Pages/Brexit.aspx




Brexit

Published: 14 May 2018
Last update: 19 November 2018

On 29 March 2019, the United Kingdom (UK) will leave the European Union (EU). This exit (Brexit) has consequences for most Britons and their family members who want to continue living in the Netherlands. On this page you can read more about these consequences and what you can do now. The content of this page is adjusted in case of developments.

Brexit and your right of residence

Do you now have a right of residence as (a family member of) a British EU citizen in the Netherlands and will your situation remain the same? You retain your right of residence up to Brexit. After that, you are no longer (a family member of) an EU citizen. On 13 November 2018 the UK and the EU have concluded a draft withdrawal agreement. This shows, for example, that you may continue to live and work in the Netherlands after Brexit. But, this is not certain because there is no definitive agreement yet. The agreement will not be final until it has been approved by the British and European Parliament.

EU and UK in negotiations on Brexit

The EU and the UK are negotiating a withdrawal agreement (deal). On 25 November, all EU leaders will have a meeting again on Brexit. Your situation is a top priority for the Dutch government. Consequently, the Netherlands will do its utmost to reach a deal with the UK. A deal scenario with good agreements is the best way to safeguard the interests of citizens.
You can read information about the negotiation process and interim agreements on the website of the Government of the Netherlands. It is possible that there will be no agreement (no deal). Both a deal and a no deal affect your right of residence. However, Brexit does not affect your right of residence if you have the Dutch nationality on 29 March 2019. Are you in possession of a valid national permit on that date? Then Brexit will not affect your right of residence either as long as your permit is valid.

What will happen if agreement is reached on withdrawal (DEAL)?

  • If you are staying lawfully in the Netherlands now, you will be able to continue your stay here in the event of a deal. After 5 years of legal residence in the Netherlands you can obtain a permanent right of residence in the same way as EU citizens can. With that you can therefore simply continue your life here.
  • Initially nothing will change and you can continue to have the same rights as now until 31 December 2020. You do not have to do anything for this. You do not need a special document for this.
  • You will, however, be invited by the IND between 29 March 2019 and 31 December 2020 to make an application for your new residence status.
  • You do not have to take any action yourself for this either, as you will receive an invitation from the Immigration and Naturalisation Service (IND) to submit an application. The IND will assess your application based on the same conditions as applicable to EU citizens. They do not have to submit any application for this now, but they may do so.
  • The invitation letter will be sent to the address at which you are now registered in your municipality (in the Personal Records Database ( BRP)). You must ensure that these details are correct.
  • By using invitations, the IND can see to it that each application is handled carefully and promptly. If everyone were to submit an application at the same time, that would not work, and your application might incur a delay.

What will happen if no agreement is concluded (NO DEAL)?

  • In the event that the negotiations on the withdrawal agreement do not succeed (no deal), the Dutch government will provide for a decent solution for your residence in the Netherlands after 29 March 2019.
  • In the run-up to 29 March 2019, the IND will send you a letter informing you of your residence status or a procedure, if any.
  • The conditions for obtaining the new residence status are not yet known at present.
  • The letter in which the IND informs you will be sent to the address at which you are registered in your municipality (in the BRP). You must therefore ensure that these details are correct.
  • You do not have to take any further action now.

Existing residence possibilities and consequences of Brexit.

For more information on the consequences of Brexit on the existing residence possibilities in the Netherlands, please visit the page existing residence possibilities and consequences of Brexit.

What you can do now

  • Register yourself with the Personal Records Database (Basisregistratie Personen, BRP) of the municipality where you live. With this the Dutch government can get in touch with you if necessary.
  • Apply for your DigiD. Using your DigiD, you can issue an online application with the IND easily. Do you already have DigiD but no sms-verification? Install this on My DigiD.

Subscribe to the Brexit newsletter

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Questions?

Do you have any questions? Contact the IND.


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