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From 1 December 2022 and 1 February 2023, the Reception of Displaced Persons Ukraine (RooO) regulation will be amended to better align it with the regulations for other groups in the Netherlands.
The DT&V provides more extensive remigration assistance to third-country nationals covered by the Temporary Protection Directive until March 4, 2023.
There will be amendments to the Regulations for the Reception of Displaced Persons Ukraine.
On December 31, the old year is ended and the new year is welcomed with fireworks in the Netherlands.
Refugee children from Ukraine can receive free children's books through Better Time Stories.
On Wednesday 2 November, you can join an online webinar about public transport in the Netherlands. On this webinar, VluchtelingenWerk Nederland and Ervaar het OV will provide all kinds of useful information about public transport in the Netherlands!
To work in the Netherlands, refugees from Ukraine must have a residence sticker or O document from the Immigratie- en Naturalisatiedienst (IND) starting November 1.
Refugees from Russia have different rights than refugees from Ukraine and therefore need different information services. In this article, you will find more information on where best to turn as a refugee from Russia.
The Temporary Protection Directive has been extended until 4 March 2024.
Asylum reception must be more humane. This was decided in court today after VluchtelingenWerk Nederland filed a lawsuit against the state and the Centraal Orgaan voor Asielopvang (COA).