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    • The Dutch Immigration and Naturalization Service (IND) recently presented a United States citizen client of Franssen Advocaten to the King for naturalization, despite the fact that she was unwilling to sign a statement saying that she was willing to do everything within her power to renounce her [...]

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      On the morning of 5 June, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) issued its decision (press release) in the Coman case, based on preliminary questions that had been referred to it by the Romanian Constitutional Court on the proper interpretation of the EU legislation Directive 2004/38 [...]

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      Attorney Peggy Franssen has published an article on the website IamExpat dealing with the legal issues expat parents may encounter when they are going through a divorce or separation from the other parent. To read it, click on the link: [...]

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      The Eerste Kamer, the upper chamber of the Dutch parliament, has voted to defeat the bill introduced by the government to make changes to Dutch nationality law. The standard period of legal residence in the Netherlands required for an immigrant to become a Dutch citizen will not be lengthened [...]

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      Our family lawyer, Peggy Franssen, wrote an article about things to keep in mind when getting a divorce as an expat in the Netherlands, such as: rules concerning your residence permit, rules concerning parental authority, rules concerning relocation, the registration of your foreign marriage [...]

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