Foreign nationals are exempted from acquiring Netherland Entry Visa (MVV)

October 17, 2015
Many categories of the overseas nationals who are planning to reside and work in the Netherlands for more than three months of period are exempted from getting an Entry Visa (MVV).

More categories are no longer required to acquire MVV long stay visa for more than 90 days in 6 months. 

Overseas nationals are exempted from getting Netherland Entry Visa (MVV)

It will benefit to the individuals with valid residency status in other Schengen country who applies in Netherlands which includes migrants with higher skills, labour migrants, students, scientific researchers, and overseas citizens participating the exchange programs.

This is also a welcome step for those with the status of valid residency in another member state of the EU. It will also be beneficial for those who apply for a permit of startup entrepreneurial residency in Netherlands.  

Overseas nationals in the categories can visit Netherlands on basis of overseas residence permits, valid passports and Schengen visas that depends on the nationality of those nationals.

This Entry Visa MVV (Machtiging Voorlopig Verblijf) which is also known as Provisional Residence Permit is an entry visa of Dutch for staying more than 90 days in 6 months. Although citizens of the non-EU countries like Australia, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Monaco, Switzerland and the US does not need an MVV.

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