Relocation and settling

  • Moving and immigration

    Immigration in The Hague, IND, naturalisation, leaving the Netherlands, status holders.

  • Registration procedures

    Moving to The Hague requires registration in the BRP (the Municipal Personal Records Database). Depending on who you are, specific procedures apply.

  • Housing

    Finding a house, renting out a room, report domestic nuisance, rental advice, drinking water.

  • Work

    Job vacancies, finding work, volunteer work, Public Employment Service.

  • Other citizen's services

    Here you can find some of the procedures most frequently requested by expats in The Hague.

Resources

  • Links in and around the city

    Here you can find a handy-dandy list of links to neighbourhoods in The Hague as well to regional information.

  • Resources for international families

    Parents of small children living in The Hague do not need to look far to find the services and support needed to make their stay a success.

  • The Hague International Centre, Expat Desk

    The Expat Desk for international staff and their families of international organisations, companies and institutions located in Delft, The Hague, Leidschendam-Voorburg, Rijswijk and Wassenaar.

  • 'Welcome to The Hague' programme

    The City of The Hague cordially invites you and your family to our 'Welcome to The Hague' programme.

  • ACCESS

    ACCESS is a not-for-profit organisation committed to supporting the international expatriate community in the Netherlands.

  • Information Desk for EU Migrant Workers

    Migrant workers from EU member states can find the answers to their questions at an information desk in The Hague City Hall.