Government in the Netherlands
And the EU Blue Card
Qualified Sponsors for Highly Skilled Migrants
Example - Looking online for visa sponsored positions
Living in Amsterdam
Logistics Providers in Holland
Invest in Holland
Long-stay Dutch visas and permits: more than three months
If you want to stay in the Netherlands for more than three months, unless you're a national from an EU/EEA member state or Switzerland, you may have to apply for a long-term entry visa (MVV) to enter the Netherlands and a residence permit – plus you may have to take an integration exam.
Not everyone needs an MVV. If you do, you can apply for the MVV and the residence permit at the same time in one single process called the Entry and Residence Procedure (TEV) procedure. Both permits are granted at the same time; you are issued with the MVV, which allows entry into the country, and you collect the residence document from an IND desk within two weeks of your arrival.