The Migrantic partners write a weekly tax and/or immigration law column in a local newspaper. These columns are also featured below.

Brexit Update

The clock is ticking and less than two months are left before Britain’s scheduled March 29th exit date. In case of a “no-deal” British citizens will become third country nationals and will lose their EU status.   Rights of UK citizens residing, working and/or studying in the Netherlands before March 29th 2019  British citizens and their family members, living, … Lees meer

2019 Chambers listing

In 2016 Migrantic, tax & immigration lawyers announced that – after an intensive vetting process –  it had joined Nextlaw Global Referral Networkas the first Netherlands law firm. It enables Migrantic to connect its clients to high quality lawyers around the world. Nextlaw Global Referral Network is the largest legal referral network in the world and was created by … Lees meer

A new start of the year, new immigration policies and regulations

January 1st is a typical date to introduce changes. One of the most common changes is the raise of the salary threshold for knowledge migrants, graduates and EU Blue Card holders. New salary levels were introduced: the knowledge migrant must now receive a salary of € 4,324 (over 30 years) and € 3,170 (under 30 years) gross per month, … Lees meer

Exemption work authorisation Japanese nationals will be revoked

Pursuant to a decision of the State Council on December 24th 2014, Japanese nationals have free access to the Dutch labour market. An interpretation of the Dutch – Japanese Trade Treaty (1912) and the Dutch – Swiss Friendship Treaty (1875), based on the most favoured nation clause in the Japanese Trade Treaty, resulted in the conclusion that Japanese are equalled … Lees meer

 Business or work? 

Things you may not know about Dutch work authorisation requirements for foreign directors, supervisory board members, (related party) employees and shareholders of Dutch companies  In our increasingly interconnected world, companies are questioning whether they need to relocate their individual employees or directors particularly when relocation is so expensive. Instead of sending them abroad for years … Lees meer

The Golden Visa

Foreign investors may qualify for a Dutch residence permit by investing in the Dutch economy in excess of € 1,250,000. No wonder that this permit is nicknamed The Golden Visa! To attract these high net worth individuals even more, the Dutch government has announced that the conditions for obtaining the individual permit will be eased. … Lees meer

The accidental expat

In our increasingly interconnected world, companies are questioning whether they need to relocate their individual employees particularly when relocation is so expensive. Instead of sending them abroad for years at a time, together with all their family members, why not send them to a particular location when needed? In this way companies avoid additional taxes, … Lees meer