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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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      In August 2016, the district court of Amsterdam handed down a decision ordering the IND (the Dutch immigration authority) to issue a new residence permit card to a non-EU citizen that expressly notes that she is allowed to work in self-employment; she lives in the Netherlands as the spouse of[...]

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      In the case of P. and S., the Court of Justice of the European Union already issued a decision on 4 June 2015 on the questions referred to it by the Central Appeals Tribunal (Centrale Raad van Beroep, CRvB) of the Netherlands, specifically whether non-EU citizens holding a permanent residence [...]

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      The district court has handed down a decision ordering the IND to issue a new residence permit card to a client of Franssen Advocaten that expressly says that she is allowed to work in self-employment. She currently holds a residence permit for the purpose of stay with her husband, who in turn [...]

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      Updated on 1 August 2016 CET to reflect new insights Ever since prime minister David Cameron announced that the UK would hold a referendum on whether to leave or stay in the European Union on 23 June 2016, we at Franssen Advocaten have been getting questions from quite a few British citizens [...]

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