A transitional period is in place until 31 December 2020. During this period, Brexit will not affect the rules for transferring family members from the UK to the Netherlands. All EU agreements and rules are valid until this date for the UK. You are subject to the following family stay rights. A transitional period is in place until 31 December 2020. During this period, nothing will change for you because of the withdrawal contract. This means that you can continue to live, work and study in the Netherlands. However, they must apply for a residence document before 1 July 2021 in order to remain in the Netherlands. In this case, you do not fall under the contract of withdrawal. You and your family members must meet the Dutch requirements to live in the Netherlands. For more information, visit the Website of the Immigration and Nature Service (IND). The InD Brexit pages will be updated to reflect new developments. They provide, as far as possible, more information on what British nationals can expect, both in a non-agreement scenario and in the event of an agreement between Britain and the EU.
In this case, you are covered by the withdrawal contract. However, they must apply for a residence document before 1 July 2021 in order to remain in the Netherlands. Despite much speculation and agreements published following discussions with the EU, it is still impossible to say definitively what the future relationship and trade agreements between the UK and the EU will be. However, it is important for Amsterdam`s economy to maintain close relations with London and the rest of the UK, which is why the City of Amsterdam has remained in close contact with many members of the international business community to discuss the challenges and possible opportunities associated with the UK`s exit from the EU. Whatever the outcome of the negotiations, Amsterdam will keep its international perspective open to Europe and the rest of the world. If you arrive in the Netherlands after the transition period, you do not fall under the withdrawal agreement. You must meet the Dutch requirements to live in the Netherlands. You must apply for a residency on the Immigration and Naturalization Service (IND) website. More information is available on the IND website on the different residence objectives, such as family, work and education, as well as on the application for Dutch citizenship. After 31 December 2020, the situation may change depending on what the UK and the EU agree and whether you are covered by the withdrawal agreement. On 17 October 2019, the EU and the UK agreed on Brexit, which came into force on 1 February 2020. A transitional period is now in effect until 31 December 2020.
Britons who leave for the first time in the Netherlands after 1 January 2021 are no longer considered EU citizens, but third-country nationals without EU/EEA or Swiss nationality. They need a residence permit while third-country nationals are subject to different rules than those applicable to EU nationals. There are exceptions for British and non-British family members who will be staying with you in the Netherlands on 1 January 2021. You are subject to the withdrawal agreement if you already have a right of residence in the Netherlands under this agreement. In this case, you are covered by the withdrawal contract. This means that your family members can come to the Netherlands under the terms of the withdrawal agreement. Border workers are defined as British nationals who work in the Netherlands but do not live here and return to the UK at least every week. A transitional period is in place until 31 December 2020. During this period, you can continue to work as a border worker in the Netherlands, as all EU agreements and regulations remain valid for the UK. If you are subject to the withdrawal agreement, you can work as a border worker in the Netherlands after the end of the transition period.