Address and opening hours of The Hague International Centre

The Hague International Centre is located in the Atrium of The Hague City Hall. You will find the contact details below.

the hague international centre

Address & contact

City Hall (Atrium) 
Spui 70
2511 BT The Hague
Telephone: +31 70 353 50 43
Email: internationalcentre@denhaag.nl

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Postal address

P.O. Box 12600 

2500 DJ The Hague

Opening hours

The Hague International Centre is the municipal contact centre for international organisations and companies and their expatriate employees in The Hague region.

Opening hours for general information

No appointment is needed for general questions. You can visit the counter Monday to Friday from 9.00 to 17.00 hrs.

Appointment needed

An appointment is required for the following registration procedures:

  • Initial registration with the municipality (BRP)
  • Resettling in The Hague from abroad (BRP)
  • Registration of (foreign) birth certificate, marriage certificate, death certificate and divorce certificate

Services during morning hours

The following services are available only Monday to Thursday from 9.00 to 12.00 hrs.:

  • Purchasing your Statement of Health to convert your foreign driving licence
  • Requesting an extract from the Municipal Personal Records Database (BRP) in the Municipality of The Hague
  • Picking up your IND card
  • Deregistering from The Hague’s Municipal Personal Records Database (BRP) (no earlier than 5 days before your date of departure)
  • Returning your IND card (no earlier than 5 days before your date of departure)

Appointment to register

If you want to make an appointment to register, please fill in the appointment form.

Public transport

It is about a 15-minute walk to The Hague International Centre from The Hague's Central Station (CS) or Den Haag Hollands Spoor (HS). The Hague International Centre can easily be reached by tram and bus. Visit the public transportation information website 9292.nl.

Also see The Hague City Hall (address)

    Published: 4 July 2017Modified: 11 December 2017