Voting for residents of Sint Maarten, Aruba and Curaçao

Do you live on Sint Maarten, Aruba or Curaçao and do you have Dutch nationality? Then you can register at the Municipality of The Hague as a Dutch voter abroad.

Conditions for registering as a Dutch voter abroad

European Parliament

    You can register to vote for the members of the European Parliament if you:

    • live outside the Netherlands and you are no longer registered in a Dutch municipality
    • have Dutch nationality at the time you register
    • are 17 years or older at the time you register. You can only vote if you are 18 years or older.

    Tweede Kamer

    You can register to vote for the members of the Tweede Kamer (House of Representatives) if you:

    • live outside the Netherlands and you are no longer registered in a Dutch municipality
    • have Dutch nationality at the time you register
    • are 17 years of age or older at the time you register. You can take part in the elections only if you are 18 years or older.
    • meet 1 of the following conditions.

      • You have lived in the Netherlands for 10 years.
      • You work for the Dutch public service.
      • Your spouse/partner/parent works for the Dutch public service and shares a household with you. When you send back your vote you need to send a declaration of employment in the public service along with your postal voting slip, ballot and a copy of your identification. This declaration must be signed by the minister. Your vote will not be valid if you do not do this. This procedure is required only if you or your partner works for the public service.

      Register as a Dutch voter abroad

      Registration is simple with this form.

      Register as a Dutch voter abroad

      Gemeente Den Haag
      Verkiezingen KBN
      Postbus 84008
      2508 AA Den Haag
      Netherlands

      You will receive a confirmation by email once the municipality has received your registration request. You will receive a confirmation that you were added to the permanent register once the municipality has processed your request.

      Also see: Dutch voters abroad

      Published: 30 July 2018Modified: 5 December 2019