Working in the Netherlands
SD Worx Staffing Solutions is a member of the ABU, the trade association of many Dutch temporary employment agencies. Together with the government we have compiled an information package for foreign flex workers who (come to) work and live in the Netherlands. Here you can find out how housing and health care must be arranged.
Here you can find some general information from the ABU about living and working in the Netherlands:
Registration in RNI/BRP
When labour migrants stay in the Netherlands for less than 4 months, they have to be registered in the register of non-residents (RNI). When labour migrants stay in the Netherlands for more than 4 months, they have to register in accordance with the Basic Registration of Persons (BRP) Act at the municipality where they reside.
- You can inquire with your consultant about alternative housing channels for long-stay housing in the region.
- Labour migrants are responsible under the Basic Registration of Persons Act (= BRP) for correct registration as a resident or non-resident of the Netherlands. After arriving in the Netherlands, the labour migrant can submit a request to the Municipality to register as a resident of the Netherlands.
- As a labour migrant, you are allowed to arrange and pay for housing yourself.
- Labour migrants can follow language courses at the Municipality.
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