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Relocate to the Netherlands

Relocate to the Netherlands

Updated on Monday 07th August 2017

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Relocate-to-the-Netherlands.jpgInvestors and individuals who decide to relocate to the Netherlands need to consider the particularities and the special requirements for extended stays and doing business in the country.
 
The team of attorneys at our law firm in Netherlands is ready to help you every step of the way, to make the transition and the relocation itself as easy as possible.
 

Company relocation in the Netherlands

 
Company relocations in the Netherlands are common because the country has a pro-business regime, favorable corporate taxation and several incentives for investors, foreign and local alike.
 
The relocation of a company involves setting up a business structure to match the existing one, opening a bank account, registering the company with the Dutch tax authorities and having a registered office in a Dutch city. The types of companies available for incorporation in the Netherlands match the existing business formats in other countries. For example, the Dutch BV is the equivalent of the private limited liability company, a preferred and easy to incorporate business form.
 
A law firm in the Netherlands can be your trustworthy partner when relocating your company. One of our attorneys can help you with every legal aspect, from drafting company documents to submitting them for incorporation and handling other management and legal issues.
 

Moving to the Netherlands

 
Our team of Dutch lawyers can help you relocate to the Netherlands if you are planning to work and live here. The lifestyle in the Netherlands is attractive to many expats and highly qualified individuals find it easy to work in the country, at the same time benefiting from a special tax break.
 
Moving to the Netherlands requires a few carefully planned steps. The requirements for a Dutch visa or a permit will vary according to Nationality. For example, EU citizens do not require a visa to travel, live or work in the county. The requirements can be somewhat different for others, such as U.S. citizens. One of our Dutch lawyers who specialize in immigration matters can help you apply for the right work and residence permits and handle other administrative and fiscal matters when relocating. 
 
Contact our Dutch law firm for detailed information on how we can assist you with all matters related to corporate or individual relocation to the Netherlands.
 
 

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