Information from the government of the Netherlands
Announcement: Dutch embassy Jakarta temporarily closed
Because of the deteriorating Covid situation, the Dutch embassy, including the consular section, will be closed temporarily. Staff will continue their work from home. You can still send your questions or share your concerns by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dutch lockdown measures tightened
In the Netherlands, lockdown measures have tightened in response to concerns about new variants of the Corona virus (see Lockdown measures tightened in response to concerns about new variants of virus | News item | Government.nl). The aims of the new measures are to reduce the current infection rate, delay the spread of the original and new coronavirus variants and prevent the new variants’ entry into the Netherlands as much as possible. In this light, the Dutch government is also introducing additional travel restrictions to further restrict the number of travel movements. For instance, all passengers travelling to the Netherlands by air or sea from high-risk areas must be able to produce a negative result of a rapid COVID-19 test performed shortly before their departure. The test must not have been performed more than four hours prior to boarding the aircraft. This requirement is in addition to the existing mandatory negative test result for a PCR test performed no more than 72 hours before arrival in the Netherlands. KLM has since set up a rapid COVID-19 test facility at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi, Kenya. All the necessary information on this rapid COVID-19 test can be found in the below KLM flyer. Passengers (including transit passengers) travelling to the Netherlands on other airlines are advised to contact their respective airlines to receive the latest information in this regard. Wish to travel to the Netherlands? Checkout our checklist with 7 key steps including information on the entry ban currently in place: Checklist for travel to the Netherlands | Coronavirus COVID-19 | Government.nl
Coronavirus: travelling and holiday
Are you planning to travel (back) to the Netherlands? Or planning to go on a holiday within the Netherlands? Make sure you are well prepared for your travel. Read more about the rules against coronavirus on Government.nl.
Income tax return outside the Netherlands
Do you live outside the Netherlands but do you receive income from the Netherlands? From now on you can file an income tax return for 2020. Find out how to file this tax return.