Extract non-resident of the Netherlands (RNI) and change of address for RNI

Are you registered as a non-resident of the Netherlands in the Register Niet Ingezetenen (RNI)? Then you can request a RNI extract. You can also report a change of address for the RNI.

Were you deregistered in the Netherlands before 1 October 1994 and do you only need a 'proof of deregistration from the Netherlands before 1994'? Look how you can arrange this online. You do not need to be registered in the RNI for this.

    Conditions

    The person for whom the extract is requested is registered in the Register niet-ingezetenen (RNI) as a non-resident of the Netherlands.

        Types of RNI extracts

        You can apply for the following RNI extracts:

        Extract What does this extract contain?
        Standard extract with citizen service number BSN), nationality and address Your name, date of birth, place of birth, country of birth, gender, nationality/nationalities, citizen service number (BSN) and your foreign address (if it is known)
        Extract with address and historic address information (as of 1 October 1994) Your name, date of birth, citizen service number (BSN), your foreign address (if it is known) and all the addresses you were registered at as of 1 October 1994
        International extract with marital status and nationality (Dutch-French-German-English) Your name, date of birth, place of birth, marital status (on the date you were deregistered), nationality/nationalities, the names of your parents and the date you were deregistered from the Netherlands
        International extract with marital status and nationality (Dutch-Spanish-Italian-Turkish) Your name, date of birth, place of birth, marital status (on the date you were deregistered), nationality/nationalities, the names of your parents and the date you were deregistered from the Netherlands
        Other If you need other information than the standard extracts, you can indicate which information should be included on the extract. For example the information you need as proof of deregistration.

          Apply and report change of address

          Apply for the extract and/or report the change of address using the online form.

          Apply and report address change

          Fees

          • Reporting a change of address in the RNI is free.
          • A RNI extract costs € 14.60 in 2019 (excluding postage costs).

          The municipality will send the extract to the address at which you are registered in the RNI. You will get the bill at the email address you provided.

          How long does it take?

          • The municipality will process your change of address in the RNI within 20 working days.
          • Once your payment is received the municipality will try to complete your application for the extract within 20 working days.

            Requesting a RNI extract for somebody else

            You can request a RNI extract for somebody else at a municipal counter. Make an appointment to do this.

            Make an appointment

            What you need to bring to the appointment

            • a written authorisation with the signature of the person for whom you are requesting an extract
            • a copy of a valid passport or Dutch identity card (not a driving licence) for the person for whom you are requesting an extract
            • a copy of your own passport or Dutch identity card.

            Are your details incorrect in the RNI?

            Would you like to change your personal information in the RNI? To do this you need to make an appointment at 1 of the 19 participating municipalities in the Netherlands. The Municipality of The Hague is 1 of these municipalities. If you would like to know where else you can apply, go to the website of the Dutch government.

            Make an appointment

            What you need to bring to the appointment

            The documents required to change your personal details.