BRP extract from the Dutch population register

The Dutch population register (basisregistratie personen) contains all the records of the population of the Netherlands.

You can request an extract from the municipality's Personal Records Database (BRP). It provides proof that you are recorded in the municipality’s population register. The document contains your personal details as they are known to the municipality. Such as your address.

Official agencies can sometimes ask you for an extract. For example, when you enrol in an educational programme.

Which extracts can I request?

You may request a standard extract and extracts containing supplementary information. Extracts with supplementary information also contain the information found in a standard extract.

Standard extract

Extracts with supplementary information

Mailing address

Are you registered at a mailing address? Then you can request an extract by sending an email to dpz.kcctl@denhaag.nl.

Your email should include:

  • Your telephone number and the address the extract should be sent to.
  • Which extract you need or what the extract will be used for.
  • A copy of your valid form of identification.

You will receive the extract and the invoice by post.

Proof of deregistration in the Netherlands

Have you been deregistered in the Netherlands? You can ask for proof of this:

Good to know

You can make a safe copy of your identity document with your mobile telephone or tablet using the KopieID app. Read more on the website of the Dutch government.

Also see

    Published: 19 August 2016Modified: 11 June 2021