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Good News for Non-EU Entrepreneurs! From 2016 Residence Permit for Entrepreneurs Extended

Want to start your own business in the Netherlands? From 1 January 2016, start-up entrepreneurs from outside the EU will be granted more time in the Netherlands to develop their idea from paper-plan to fully fledged business. Currently start-ups from outside the EU are granted one year to get their business going and growing, now it has effectively been extended to 3 years - subject to certain conditions.



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Changes to income requirements for international students and workers in the Netherlands

ey also see the Netherlands as internationally orientated with a good quality education – 87% rates it as “good” or “very good”. Two thirds of respondents were of the opinion it is not necessary to speak Dutch to study in the Netherlands.WUP 15/1/2015 - Changes to income requirements for international students and workers in the Netherlands - New changes to the income criteria for international students wishing to Study in Holland and migrants wishing to work in the Netherlands have kicked in from the 1st of January 2015.



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