Ons Erfgoed – Masters Student Research Project – Volunteers Wanted

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Ons Erfgoed shows the homes and lives of three different generations of a migrant Dutch family – the initial immigrants themselves, the first generation New Zealanders, and the second generation New Zealanders.

“En toen was ik mijn Nederlanderschap kwijt” | Nationale ombudsman

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De Nationale ombudsman start een onderzoek naar aanleiding van een klacht van een echtpaar dat door het aannemen van een andere nationaliteit hun Nederlanderschap kwijtraakte. Dit hadden zij nooit gewild. Hun klacht is dat de overheid hierover onvoldoende informatie verstrekt.

King opens Rijksmuseum’s Late Rembrandt exhibit – NL Times

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KING OPENS RIJKSMUSEUM’S LATE REMBRANDT EXHIBIT Posted on Feb 12, 2015 by Taneli Savela Rembrandt exhibition in the Rijksmuseum (Photo: rijksmuseum.nl / Erik Smits) King Willem-Alexander opened the Late Rembrandt exhibition in the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam Thursday morning. The major … Continued

News Regarding Dutch Nationality

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Wellington, 20 September 2011

This letter aims to inform you about the recent changes in the Dutch nationality law and how this may affect you.

Will your Dutch citizenship status change as per 1 April 2013?

A number of important changes in the Dutch nationality law will come into effect on 1 April 2013. To make possible consequences of these changes known to the Dutch citizens in New Zealand, the Netherlands embassy will organize information evenings in Christchurch, Wellington and Auckland.

Besides the subjects mentioned below the so-called option procedure for ‘latent Dutch’ (born prior to 1985 of a Dutch mother and a non-Dutch father) will also be clarified.
The evenings will also be used to provide you with a preview on new draft law changes, which are likely to become applicable from 1 April 2013.