The municipality will not send you a confirmation of your move.
For this certificate, you will need an extract from the Municipal Personal Records Database ().
You can apply for this document at a counter of the Department of Public Service.
Free workshops and presentations will also be running throughout the day.
- Get assistance with finding rental properties or understanding Dutch mortgages - Meet with recruiters and companies that are hiring - Attend workshops about living and working in the Netherlands - Learn about advancing your career through professional development - Benefit from many special offers - Find local health and lifestyle organisations - Connect with like-minded locals and expats from around the world Sponsors include ABN AMRO, GMW advocaten, Expat Mortgages, the city of The Hague, West Holland Foreign Investment Agency and Zein International Childcare.
The vibrant church-turned-restaurant Bazar, which serves up the flavours and atmosphere of North Africa and the Middle East, is also located on this long, lively street.
Running from Albert Cuypstraat to the intimate Sarphatipark is the leafy side-street Eerste van der Helststraat, dotted with eateries ranging from organic and trendy to authentic and ethnic.
From companies and services in the areas of career, housing, education and expat services, to family, health and leisure - the Iam Expat Fair has it covered!
From 10am to 5pm this free single-day event will host stands from dozens of companies and organisations in the landmark Grote Kerk.
Colourfully diverse, it’s what the Dutch would call a hutspot of people from all around the globe.
At the core of this cultural crossroads is the famous Albert Cuypstraat, home to the Netherlands’ most popular outdoor market, the Albert Cuypmarkt, where droves of locals and tourists can be found trolling the 260 eccentric stalls daily.
A warren of picturesque canals, cosy bruin cafés and hip boutiques makes up the charming Jordaan.