We’re three weeks into January and you might not have noticed it, but 2019 started off with a great number of new rules and regulation coming into effect.
The Immigration and Naturalisation Service (IND) has reduced many of the administrative fees for residence permits for highly-skilled internationals.
One of the consequences of Brexit is that EMA (European Medicines Agency) needs to relocate. The EMA provides EU citizens with effective, safe and high-quality medicines.
It’s the first month of a new year, which in the Netherlands basically means visiting loads of ‘Nieuwjaarsborrels’. Borrels are ‘gezellige’ get-togethers organized to celebrate a new year.
In 2019, it has been 350 years since the world-famous Dutch painter Rembrandt has died. That is why 2019 is the year of Rembrandt and the Dutch Golden Age.