As soon as a highly skilled migrant’s situation changes, the Immigration and Naturalization Service (IND) will have to be informed. In some cases, this must be taken care of by the employer as the recognized sponsor, but in many cases the highly skilled migrant is responsible him/herself, also for any consequences.
Below are some examples where a change may affect the right of residence:
- The residential address changes
- There is no longer a relationship or family ties
- Unemployment or occupational disability
- Income no longer meets the minimum standard amount (IND salary requirement)
- Changing employers or so-called recognized sponsors
- A family member has left the Netherlands permanently
- The highly skilled migrant no longer living together
- All the conditions of the issued residence permit are no longer met
- An income support benefit has been applied for
- The authorization for temporary stay (mvv) is picked up at a different Dutch representation than the one specified.
Do you doubt whether a certain change affects the purpose of stay? Please contact us for details at info@globalRcompass.nl or 0031 6 823 80 801. Global Relocation Compass is happy to assist in correctly communicating the changes to the IND.