FAQ’s: COVID-19 (FOR COMPANIES)
The COVID-19 outbreak has a major impact on living and working in the Netherlands, as well as travelling to-from the Netherlands. Current measurements taken by the Governments are valid until 15 or 20 may 2020, and are subject to change.
Important websites on health measurements taken: www.rivm.comwww.government.nl
Can my employee still enter the Netherlands?
If your employee holds a MVV he/she still can. If your employee is from outside the EU entering the Netherlands this will not possible until at least 15th of may (EU-restrictions). Contact us for the latest status updates.
If a residence permit expires, what to do?
Your employee can normally get an extension , pending that all the requirements for extension are met.
How about property viewings in the Netherlands?
Due to the measurements taken by the Government, house viewings are mostly done through videocalls- online. Our consultants will guide your employee through the process. Contact us for assistance to your employee.
My employee will need to move out of the Netherlands, how does this work?
Depending on the situation and the destinations, your employee may be able to move out. Formalities are mostly done online. Note that moving and/or household goods transit capacity (ocean-road and air) may be affected. Contact us for latest information and assistance for your employee.
How about departure assistance?
We can still provide the required assistance, however services may need to be done either online, unaccompanied or in a different way, to full comply with the measurements taken by the Government. Contact us for the latest update and assistance for your employee.
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