Expanded remigration assistance to third-country nationals
Have you been forced to flee Ukraine but do not have Ukrainian citizenship? Refugees who resided in Ukraine on the basis of a temporary residence permit and were registered with the municipality in the Basic Registration of Persons (BRP) before July 19, 2022, can make use of remigration assistance from the Repatriation & Departure Service (DT&V) starting November 15, 2022. This will allow you to travel back to your country of origin or another country outside the European Union. The support includes an amount of €5000 per person, if you travel back before December 31, 2022.
Remigration assistance DT&V
The Dutch government has determined that refugees who resided in Ukraine on the basis of a temporary residence permit will no longer be covered by the Temporary Protection Directive as of March 4, 2023. DTundefinedV is offering more extensive remigration assistance than normal. If you meet the conditions and apply before Feb. 1, 2023, you will receive:
Advice and information on remigration;
A one-way plane ticket;
Escorted departure at Schiphol Airport; and
A one-time financial contribution, which you will receive upon departure at Schiphol Airport.
If you apply between Nov. 15 and Dec. 31, 2022, and travel from the Netherlands within 1 month after applying, you will receive compensation of 5,000 euros per person.
If you apply between Jan. 1 and Feb. 1, 2023, and travel from the Netherlands within 1 month after applying, you will receive compensation of 2,000 euros per person.
As of Feb. 1, 2023, regular remigration assistance will be back in effect.
Please note: the remigration support is intended only for refugees from Ukraine, who resided in Ukraine on the basis of a temporary residence permit and were registered the BRP before July 19, 2022.
Want to learn more about remigration assistance, the terms and conditions and how to apply? Then quickly check out the Remigration Assistance page, or the DTundefinedV website.