The costs of an RNI extract vary by municipality.
Which extract do I need?
There are different types of RNI extracts. Exactly which one you need depends on what you plan to use it for. For example you may need an RNI extract as a proof of deregistration. Check with the RNI municipality to make sure you get the right one.
Examples of RNI extracts:
- Standard extract with Citizen Service Number (BSN)
- Extract with address and historical address details (as of 1994)
- International extract with marital status and nationality (available in several languages)
Requesting an extract if you are registered in the RNI
If you are registered in the RNI, you can apply for an RNI extract at one of the 19 RNI municipalities in the Netherlands. Depending on the municipality you can apply online, by email or by post.
The extract will always be mailed to the foreign address at which you are registered in the RNI.
RNI extracts are posted within 3 weeks of when your request is received. Where you live will determine how long it takes for the extract to arrive.
Collecting an extract in the Netherlands
If you are in the Netherlands you can collect an extract from any of the 19 RNI municipalities. You may need an appointment to do so.
You may also authorise someone to collect the extract for you. To do so contact one of the RNI counters.
Requesting an extract if you are not registered in the RNI
Are you not registered in the RNI? But have you lived in the Netherlands and were you deregistered from the Netherlands before 1 October 1994? In that case you can request a proof of deregistration or a copy of your personal record card from the municipality of The Hague. This can be done digitally or in writing.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.