The Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in the United Kingdom provides services to Dutch nationals who live, work, travel or do business in the United Kingdom.
With the end of the Brexit transition period on 31 December 2020, EU rules and regulations will no longer apply to the United Kingdom.
As per 1 January 2021 the Covid-19 EU entry ban for travelers from non-EU/EEA and non-Schengen countries will therefore also apply for British nationals from the United Kingdom. As a result, British nationals from the United Kingdom will not be permitted entry to the Netherlands for non-essential purposes.
Applying for a Dutch passport or ID in the UK
Your personal checklist will help you bring the right documents.
Legalisation of Dutch documents for use abroad
You want to use your Dutch document in the United Kingdom.
Applying for a Dutch nationality certificate
Dutch nationals in the UK can apply for their first Dutch nationality certificate by post at the embassy in London.
Update on travel restrictions from the UK
The ban on flights and ferries from the United Kingdom will be lifted at 00.01 CET on Tuesday 9 March. The Dutch government urges people not to travel to or from the Netherlands unless absolutely necessary. An EU entry ban still is in place for travellers from outside the EU, incl. British nationals.
Update for lorry drivers
From 16 March, lorry drivers who have spent less than 48 hours in the United Kingdom no longer need to undergo a rapid test before returning to the Netherlands. The period spent in the UK begins when the ferry arrives there and ends when it departs.
Netherlands embassy in London
- 38 Hyde Park Gate
- London SW7 5DP