If you haven’t received any voting documents in the country where you live
If you live abroad you will receive voting documents on two separate occasions: around 12 weeks before the election and around 4 weeks before the election. If you have not received some or any of these documents, please contact the Municipality of The Hague.
What voting documents will you need?
- Postal vote certificate, ballot paper envelope and return envelope. The Municipality of The Hague will send these documents to you around 12 weeks before the election.
- Ballot paper and list of candidates The municipality will send you these documents around 4 weeks before the election. You will receive them by email or post, depending on what you requested when you registered.
If you have not received one or more voting documents, please contact the Municipality of The Hague.
If you have not received or have lost your return envelope and/or ballot paper envelope, you can also use your own envelope or envelopes.
Registering as a Dutch voter abroad
If you haven’t received any voting documents at all, this may mean you are not properly registered as a Dutch voter abroad.
Non-residents Records Database (RNI)
You should also make sure that your correct address details are registered in the Non-residents Records Database (RNI). This will ensure that other government bodies know how to contact you.
The details associated with your registration to vote from abroad are not automatically transferred to the RNI.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.