Patron & Government
Government is an indispensable part of the Netherlands and are those who keep Dutch life going smoothly. Here you might find government entities and expat centres that will be able to assist you in many ways starting from some advice on administrative or legal procedures and ending with information about social activities that are constantly happening in the Netherlands. Besides, this section includes government organizations and other patrons who keep many volunteer initiatives (such as ACCESS) going. We are supported by many cities in the Netherlands, as well as large employers, who value the support we provide them with, as we do theirs and we are extremely grateful following organizations for their investment in Dutch expat community.
The Municipality of Delft.
A career at the European Medicines Agency (EMA) offers candidates interesting and challenging work that brings value to European citizens and a diverse and stimulating working environment, while enjoying attractive benefits and a healthy work-life balance. Careers at EMA are open to nationals of the European Union Member States as well as Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway. As a Patron, EMA invests in the well-being and support of staff, as well as their partners/spouses, and works closely with ACCESS in this field.
Helping expats, and companies who employ expats, with relocation, housing, schooling, and tax in The Netherlands.
IN Amsterdam (formerly Expatcenter Amsterdam) provides a one-stop-shop service for international newcomers in the Amsterdam Area. We serve companies and their highly skilled migrant employees, scientific researchers, international entrepreneurs and international graduates. The IN Amsterdam procedure includes immigration elements such as residence and work permits (including the startup visa), registration with the municipality, the 30% tax ruling and many other official matters.
Leading European provider of Workforce, Engineering Services and IT Solutions to Space and Defence since 1994.
The Hague International Centre offers information and guidance about living and working in The Hague region.
The International Welcome Centre Utrecht Region is the place to be when you are an international newcomer to Utrecht Region and looking for help settling in. Of course, our services are also available for current international residents. Through their international employer, internationals will be able to handle all the necessary formalities with IND and civil affairs in one visit. Our volunteers at the helpdesk are also happy to help them with any questions they may have about their stay, for topics related to housing, education, taxes, healthcare, job opportunities and cultural and leisure activities in the region.
Delft University of Technology is a university providing scientific education, conducting scientific research, transferring knowledge to society and promoting social responsibility.