Change address details in the BRP
Are your address details incorrect in the municipality’s Personal Records Database (BRP)? You can make a request to have these details changed.
- You are a resident of The Hague.
- Your address details are incorrect in the BRP. This specifically means your address, house number or moving date.
You can only change your address if the municipality or another organisation have made a mistake. Not if you were too late with the registration.
- a copy of your valid form of identification (only when you make a request without logging in with DigiD)
- proof of your address or moving date:
- if your address or house number is incorrect: proof of your correct address or house number
- if your moving date is incorrect: proof that you reported your move to the municipality earlier
You can request the change online. You can do this with and without DigiD.
Within 4 weeks you will first get an intention and then a decision on your request. Will your request take longer than 4 weeks? You will be notified about this.
- Has your request been approved? The municipality will change the BRP right away.
- Has your request been rejected? The municipality will not change the BRP. You can challenge this decision. The letter you receive contains information on how you can challenge the decision.
- Have you made the request online? Then you will also get your decision online. You can indicate in your application that you would prefer to receive the decision by post.
- You can make a safe copy of your identity document with your mobile telephone or tablet using the KopieID app. Read more on the .
- Do your personal data appear incorrectly, and you have tried everything to correct it? You can submit a request to the . This is a national contact centre.