If you are registered as a Dutch voter abroad and are in the Netherlands at the time of the elections for the House of Representatives or the European Parliament, you can vote at a polling station in the Netherlands. To do this you must apply to the municipality of The Hague for a voter’s pass.
Apply to the Municipality of The Hague for a voter's pass
If you live abroad but would like to vote at a polling station in the Netherlands, apply for a voter’s pass on the website of the municipality of The Hague. The voter’s pass will be sent to you by post. You can indicate the address at which you wish to receive it.
Voting at a polling station in the Netherlands
Your voter's pass allows you to vote at any polling station in the Netherlands, including on the Caribbean islands of Bonaire, St Eustatius and Saba.
You must take the following documents with you:
- your voter's pass
- Proof of identity. You must identify yourself at the polling station with a passport, identity card or driving licence from the Netherlands. Your proof of identity may not have expired for more than 5 years.
Not in the Netherlands at the time of an election
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.