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An interview: Indri Tjahyono, Relocation Coordinator
Hi Indri, welcome. Can you introduce yourself?
I’m Indri. I’m originally from Indonesia. I moved to the Netherlands…
– More international students arrive in Netherlands as pandemic restrictions ease
– Amsterdam’s rise as Europe’s next financial centre
– Dutch working on plans to make long haul travel an option again
The Dutch government started a pilot that will make it…
The Council presidency and European Parliament deputies reached a temporary…
– Many rental housing agents in The Hague are prepared to discriminate
– ICE shifts its carbon futures trading activity from London to Amsterdam
– Amsterdam maturing as a financial jurisdiction
The 2021 salary thresholds for Highly Skilled Migrants (HSM), recent graduates and Blue Card holders in the Netherlands have been announced.
Starting from January 1, 2019, the 30% ruling period has been reduced from eight to five years. There is a transitional arrangement for employees who have already been entitled to 30% ruling before that date.
‘It was like a case of mistaken identity or something,’ says Irish Mary Queally, who moved in 2018 from Amsterdam back to the picturesque west coast of Ireland where she grew up, but soon felt an agonizing longing for The Netherlands.
– Face masks recommended in big cities
– Firms plead for Brexit deal as coronavirus leaves industry reeling
– EU citizens in UK could be shut out of vital services
– Will digital and physical workplaces coexist post COVID-19?
– British expats are denied banking as Brexit passports set to end
– Is Brexit Britain pro-immigration?
– The Netherlands is the ‘best place to be a child’
– Keep UK Employees Safe from COVID-19
– EU medicines regulator struggles with staff numbers during pandemic
– Cross-Border Considerations for International Executives
– Proof of UK immigration status affected by e-passport gates
– UK immigration repercussions for businesses amid COVID-19
– Errigal to invest £20m in new Brexit strategy
– Immigration and EU workers
– Brexit hasn’t gone away
– Stranded spouses of H-1B workers get exemption from US visa ban
– Google remains the most ideal employer for students
– Ban on letting new-build homes at high rents
– A change for foreign graduates in the Netherlands
– Transforming learning for post-COVID times
– UK immigration hostile environment policy investigation
– Encouraging Civility Among Remote Employees
– New U.K. Immigration Route for Hong Kong Nationals
– Canada’s Doors are Open, But Entry is Challenging in 2020
– Canadian visa program may lure tech workers blocked by Trump
– A top immigrant advocate on the US election
– COVID-19: Dutch State Secretary Extends Reporting Deadlines
The ministry of internal affairs has sent a proposal to the Dutch house of representatives to support tenants with a short term lease that will be ending in the upcoming months.
Most non-EU nationals are banned from entering Schengen Area member countries or Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus and Romania for a 30-day period.
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– Employers Still Hiring During Coronavirus Pandemic
– Coronavirus Challenges IT Staffing
– Canada continues increases to immigration levels
– United States may expand jobless benefits during pandemic
– Is Gronigen an alternative to Amsterdam for expats?
– Right of Irish citizens to work in UK despite Brexit
– China’s Plan To Relax Immigration Rules
– Best expat cities aren’t the best for every expat
– U.S. ‘Desperate’ for More Immigrants
– Coronavirus FAQ
– Germany’s new labor immigration law
– Handing cash won’t solve Paris home prices
– UK unveils immigration overhaul for 2021 focused on skills
– Finding a job as a new expat arrival in the Netherlands
– Port of Rotterdam feels pinch of slowing international trade
– UK visa and immigration rules destroying links with Africa
– Dutch expat dual nationality ruling could kickstart reforms
– Guidance on outward expatriate regime and coronavirus
– EMA renews rare disease focus
– UAE: Expat husbands get new work opportunities
– South Africans to feel bite of new expat tax
– Luxembourg welcomes 60 finance firms because of Brexit
– The Supreme Court votes to allow a green-card wealth test in USA