When do I not need an mvv?
You do not need an mvv in the following situations:
- You are a citizen of one of the following countries:
- Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Japan, Monaco, Vatican City, United States of America, or South Korea.
- An EU/EEA Member State or Switzerland.
- You are going to live in the Netherlands with a family member of an EU/EEA country or Switzerland. You yourself have a nationality for which an mvv would be mandatory. You can apply for a verification against EU law.
- You have a valid residence permit in the Netherlands.
- You had a valid residence permit in the Netherlands. You now no longer have it. You submit a new application for residence within 2 years after your previous residence permit has expired. You have lived in the Netherlands for the whole time during that period of 2 years.
- You have a valid residence permit for another Schengen country. You have a recognised sponsor in the Netherlands and you meet all conditions. In this case, your family members also need not apply for an mvv.
- You have a residence permit as a long-term resident EC issued by an EU Member State. In this case, your spouse and/or minor child also need not apply for an mvv. You must, however, already have lived together with them in the other EU country.
- You have had, for at least 18 months, a valid European blue card (Blue Card) in another participating EU/EEA country. You are applying for a residence permit in the Netherlands as 'holder of a European blue card.' In this case, your family members also need not apply for an mvv.
- You were born in the Netherlands and live with your parent (s). At the time you apply for a residence permit, you are aged 12 or younger. Your parent (s) live in the Netherlands with a valid residence permit.
- You are applying for a residence permit for a start-up.
- You are transferred to a branche of a company in the Netherlands within the framework of (long term) intra EU-mobility.