Expat centers & Expat desks in the Netherlands
The Expatcenter Amsterdam was one of the first schemes of its kind in the Netherlands to cut the red tape for internationals and assist in the process of settling in.
Today, the Expatcenter Amsterdam still has its sights set on expanding services and building bridges for Amsterdam’s international community.
Expatcenter Amsterdam contact details:
› A: World Trade Center, F-Tower (2nd floor)
Strawinskylaan 39, 1077 XW, Amsterdam
› E: welcome[at]expatcenter.iamsterdam[dot]com
› T: +31 (0) 20 254 79 99
The aim of the World Trade Center Twente Expat Center is to realise a fast and smooth introduction of expats and their families and helping them to get settled in the Twente region.
The Expat Center WTC Twente will offer a one- or a two-stop procedure for all the documents that expats need upon their arrival. Furthermore, it will offer other services, such as help with housing, taxation, finance & insurance, education & careers etc.
Expat Center WTC Twente contact details:
› A: Spoorstraat 114, 7551 CA, Hengelo, Overijssel
› E: info[at]expatcentertwente[dot]com
› T: +31 (0) 74 250 33 25
The Expat Centre Leiden provides a warm welcome to expats who live and work in the Leiden region. They help internationals to find answers to questions about the issues you will deal with when settling in the Netherlands.
Expat Centre Leiden contact details:
› A: Stationsweg 41, 2312 AT, Leiden
› E: welcome[at]expatcentreleiden[dot]nl
› T: +31 (0) 71 516 60 05
(Future) expatriates in Nijmegen are welcome to ask questions about getting settled, working and living in the area.
Expatdesk Nijmegen contact details:
› E: expat[at]nijmegen[dot]nl
› T: 14 024 or +31 (0) 24 329 90 00 (from abroad)
The Expatdesk Rotterdam provides useful information on wide range of expat-related issues.
Expatdesk Rotterdam contact details:
› A: World Trade Center Room 337
Beursplein 37 , 3011 AA, Rotterdam
› E: expatdesk[at]rotterdam[dot]nl
› T: +31 (0) 10 205 37 49
At Holland Expat Center South (Eindhoven, Maastricht & Tilburg), expats can obtain regional information about procedures, housing, taxation, finance & insurance, education & careers, personal & social needs, culture & leisure and much more.
- Holland Expat Center South | Eindhoven
› A: Kennedyplein 200
, 5611 ZT, Eindhoven
› E: eindhoven[at]hollandexpatcenter[dot]com
› T: +31 (0) 40 238 67 77
- Holland Expat Center South | Maastricht
› A: Mosae Forum 10, 6211 DW, Maastricht
› E: maastricht[at]hollandexpatcenter[dot]com
› T: +31 (0) 43 350 50 10
- Holland Expat Center South | Tilburg
› A: Stadshuisplein 128, 5038 TC, Tilburg
› E: tilburg[at]hollandexpatcenter[dot]com
› T: +31 (0) 40 238 67 77
The Hague International Centre provides a one-stop-shop for international organisations and companies and their expatriate employees.
The centre is the first point of contact for (new) residents and has been created especially for the expatriate who is working and living in The Hague, Delft or Leidschendam-Voorburg.
The Hague International Centre is a joint initiative of the municipalities of The Hague, Delft and Leidschendam-Voorburg, the Immigration and Naturalisation Service (IND) and ACCESS.
The Hague International Centre contact details:
› A: City Hall (Atrium)
Spui 70, 2500 DJ, The Hague
› E: internationalcentre[at]denhaag[dot]nl
& expatservice[at]denhaag[dot]nl (appointments)
› T: +31 (0) 70 353 50 43