If you wish to work in the Netherlands as a start-up entrepreneur, you need a residence permit for this.
The startup visa is a residence permit which is valid for a maximum of one year. In this year, you'll be expected to produce or introduce an innovative new product or service under the guidance of an experienced facilitator.
1. Submit application and payment
2. Get receipt and check application
4. Collect MVV (provisional residence permit)
5. Travel to the Netherlands
NOTE: If you are from San Marino or Israel, based on the Benelux Treaty you do not pay for the application.
Also, for the application form and information on how to apply, please contact the Dutch representation.
9 Eligibility Requirements
7 Document Required
Talent gain & drain map of 2015-2019 data. Sourced from World Bank Digital Development Data.
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