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#1 jemma65

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Posted 07 September 2013 - 02:11 AM

Hello everyone !

 

I have some  questions from a friend in PI.

 

1. How to start visa processing for Netherland?

 

2. What documents does she needs to gather for Netherland ?

 

3. Does she  get  all the forms to fill out online?

 

4.How much the processing fee for Netherland?

 

5. How many months to process the Netherland visa?

 

6.Does she needs to have wedding in PI before she go to Netherland?

 

7 What is the best thing to do before she go to Netherland?

 

I need your help wofers.

 

 


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#2 Fritz

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Posted 08 September 2013 - 05:49 AM

Hello everyone !
 
I have some  questions from a friend in PI.
 
1. How to start visa processing for Netherland?

Begin here with the Netherlands Embassy in Manila's "Living in the Netherlands" info page.

The residence wizard will take you to these instructions

Residence wizard Procedure page (generic for all intending immigrants)

2. What documents does she needs to gather for Netherland ?

Documents

3. Does she  get  all the forms to fill out online?

Any forms not available online will have specific instructions for obtaining them. Usually these are forms that are sent to applicants by the agency processing the paperwork.

4.How much the processing fee for Netherland?

Fees

5. How many months to process the Netherland visa?

This one I do not know the answer to. Read through the posts in the Immigration--European for the experience others have had as Nederlands immigrants.

6.Does she needs to have wedding in PI before she go to Netherland?

No.
She has the options of:
Marrying in Philippines and emigrating afterward
Emigrating and marrying in Netherlands
Emigrating and living unmarried with her registered partner in Netherlands
Emigrating and living unmarried in Netherlands without registering a domstic partnership
(Where I have linked to specific answers, I assumed she will be living in Netherlands, married)

7 What is the best thing to do before she go to Netherland?

Enroll in Dutch language classes ASAP. The sooner she begins learning, the sooner she will be fluent. Several of the steps in the process require minimum levels of fluency in Dutch.
She will need to pass the Civic Integration Examination.

The Naar Nederland pages explain what the Civic Integration Exam is testing and what you can do to prepare for it. (link is to the English language version)

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Edited by Fritz, 08 September 2013 - 05:54 AM.

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Posted 08 September 2013 - 09:16 PM

Hi,

 

I would assume your friend is single, in a relationship with a dutch national, and would like to stay in holland as a resident.

 

Before starting the visa application she should first pass the civic integration exam (exam costs around 350 euros).

 

1. How to start and 2. what documents needed? http://www.ind.nl/en...es/default.aspx.

 

I would suggest that the sponsor apply on her behalf because most of the documents needed are to be supplied by the sponsor.

 

She just needs to supply: birth certificate, certificate of no marriage, passport, and civic integration exam results. The BC and CENOMAR should be thru NSO, certified by the DFA and legitimated by the dutch embassy in mnl.

 

3.  Does she  get  all the forms to fill out online? If the sponsor starts the procedure, he can,  think, request the form online or call the IND and he will receive the forms from the IND via the mail.

 

4. How much? http://www.ind.nl/en...es/default.aspx.

 

5. How many months? around 3 months.

 

6. Does she needs to get married? No.

 

7. Best thing to do before going? work on her Dutch language. Don't just aim to pass the civic integration exam but really learn it.

 

These information is as far as I can remember. She can browse here for additional information.



#4 jemma65

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Posted 09 September 2013 - 01:35 AM

Begin here with the Netherlands Embassy in Manila's "Living in the Netherlands" info page.

The residence wizard will take you to these instructions

Residence wizard Procedure page (generic for all intending immigrants)DocumentsAny forms not available online will have specific instructions for obtaining them. Usually these are forms that are sent to applicants by the agency processing the paperwork.FeesThis one I do not know the answer to. Read through the posts in the Immigration--European for the experience others have had as Nederlands immigrants.No.
She has the options of:
Marrying in Philippines and emigrating afterward
Emigrating and marrying in Netherlands
Emigrating and living unmarried with her registered partner in Netherlands
Emigrating and living unmarried in Netherlands without registering a domstic partnership
(Where I have linked to specific answers, I assumed she will be living in Netherlands, married)Enroll in Dutch language classes ASAP. The sooner she begins learning, the sooner she will be fluent. Several of the steps in the process require minimum levels of fluency in Dutch.
She will need to pass the Civic Integration Examination.

The Naar Nederland pages explain what the Civic Integration Exam is testing and what you can do to prepare for it. (link is to the English language version)

The adventures continue
Fritz

 

 

Thank you Fritz for your help.


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Remove condition for Resident green card
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12/21/10.....notice from Homeland Security
01/16/11.....package mailed to USCI
01/28/11.....got NOA1 receipt
03/23/11.....got NOA2 bio sched
03/29/11.....biometrics
07/02/11....received approval notice
07/05/11.....finally GC
August 3,2011 got my second job with Gods power..!


6/23/2013 citizenship papers not submitted yet! :rolleyes:  :rolleyes:  :rolleyes: 
 



 

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#5 jemma65

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Posted 09 September 2013 - 01:36 AM

Hi,

 

I would assume your friend is single, in a relationship with a dutch national, and would like to stay in holland as a resident.

 

Before starting the visa application she should first pass the civic integration exam (exam costs around 350 euros).

 

1. How to start and 2. what documents needed? http://www.ind.nl/en...es/default.aspx.

 

I would suggest that the sponsor apply on her behalf because most of the documents needed are to be supplied by the sponsor.

 

She just needs to supply: birth certificate, certificate of no marriage, passport, and civic integration exam results. The BC and CENOMAR should be thru NSO, certified by the DFA and legitimated by the dutch embassy in mnl.

 

3.  Does she  get  all the forms to fill out online? If the sponsor starts the procedure, he can,  think, request the form online or call the IND and he will receive the forms from the IND via the mail.

 

4. How much? http://www.ind.nl/en...es/default.aspx.

 

5. How many months? around 3 months.

 

6. Does she needs to get married? No.

 

7. Best thing to do before going? work on her Dutch language. Don't just aim to pass the civic integration exam but really learn it.

 

These information is as far as I can remember. She can browse here for additional information.

Thank you peace for your info.


:wub:  :wub: Timeline for another journey.... :wub:  :wub: 
Remove condition for Resident green card
temp. green card expires 04/07/2011
12/21/10.....notice from Homeland Security
01/16/11.....package mailed to USCI
01/28/11.....got NOA1 receipt
03/23/11.....got NOA2 bio sched
03/29/11.....biometrics
07/02/11....received approval notice
07/05/11.....finally GC
August 3,2011 got my second job with Gods power..!


6/23/2013 citizenship papers not submitted yet! :rolleyes:  :rolleyes:  :rolleyes: 
 



 

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