A Dutch national is an EU citizen. But Dutch nationals usually cannot derive rights from EU law. Dutch nationals can fall under EU regulations when they have used their right of free movement.
You have lived in another EU/EEA Member State or Switzerland for at least 3 consecutive months with your partner or family member with another nationality. You and your partner or family member had residence on the grounds of EU law. You were for example registered as an EU citizen in that Member State. And your partner or family member had a residence document as a family member of an EU citizen.
You lose your EU-rights when after your stay in the EU/EEA Member State or Switzerland you live in a country outside the EU, EEA or Switzerland for more than 6 months.
Does one of the these situations apply to you? Please check Family members with a different nationality for more information on the conditions and procedures.
Do these situations not apply to you? Please check Family for more information on the conditions and procedures.