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    • By Peggy Franssen If you live in the Netherlands as an expat family and one of the parents decides to move back to their home country with the children, there are some obstacles you may encounter. Here are a few things you should bear in mind, and - in the case of a conflict between parents - [...]

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      by Dr. Jeremy B. Bierbach Note: this summary of your rights and of the Dutch government policy on British citizens after a no-deal Brexit is my best attempt at rendering a complex subject simple. I will not accept any liability for any negative consequences you may suffer from relying on this [...]

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      UPDATE (as of 9 April 2019): the injunction court of the District Court of Amsterdam rejected the petition for preliminary relief, but now the underlying legal question, of whether the plaintiff can be said to lose her right of permanent residence even though she visits frequently, will be decided [...]

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      (9 April 2019: This article is somewhat out of date, because it contains speculations on what rights British citizens will have in the Netherlands after a no-deal Brexit, but the Dutch government has already announced a unilateral policy largely tracking what I believe the rights of British ex-EU [...]

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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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