Standard BRP extract

An extract from the Personal Records Database (BRP) is an overview of your personal data as they are registered with the municipality. Official authorities can ask you for an extract from the BRP.

You are registered at an address in The Hague.

Apply for the extract online (in Dutch) via MijnDenHaag.


Apply for extract

Log in with DigiD. Cick on ‘Volgende’ and choose the extract you need.

€ 16.65 when you pick up the extract at the municipal counter. You pay € 17.66 (including postage costs) directly through iDEAL when you apply online.

The municipality will send you the extract within 3 working days. The day on which you receive it depends on the mail service to your home address.

Do you need the extract right away? Visit City Hall Spui or the Leyweg City Office. Look at the opening hours and locations. You do not need to make an appointment. Do not forget to bring a valid form of identification.

  • The extract states your surname, your given name(s), your date and place of birth and your home address. The extract is available in Dutch. Information about extracts in another language can be found under International BRP extract.
  • It is not possible to apply online for an extract on someone else’s behalf. Read the information about this under Request a BRP extract for someone else.
  • Do you need to have the document translated? You can have documents from abroad translated into Dutch by a sworn translator. For documents which are needed within the European Union you can request a multilingual standard form along with the document from the Netherlands.


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