The IND is a transparent organisation that readily provides an insight into the work instructions used by its staff.
Below you will find an overview of the work instructions. These instructions are explicitly not policies, but procedural instructions. They are therefore not meant to substitute the provisions set out in the Aliens Act Implementation Guidelines 2000. There may, though, be well-founded reasons to provide a customised solution in an individual case and, as such, to deviate from the instruction. The work instructions are only available in Dutch.
Interviews and mandates in applications for review
Procedure for repeat asylum applications
The interest of a child in the Dublin procedure
Application regarding request for personal details in Eurodac
Guidelines employment status
Provenance research in asylum cases
Assessing asylum applications from westernized women
Gliding scale (imprisonment versus length of stay)
Further investigation family reunificationsprocedure
Working method procedure Article 64 of the Aliens Act 2000.
Interviewing and deciding in cases in which LGBT orientation is brought up as grounds for asylum
The rights of the European Union
Recognition as a sponsor
Extension validity period for short stay visa up to 90 days
Hearing in appeal
Basic Civic Integration Examination Abroad
Forensic medical research on supporting evidence.
Role contact persons human trafficking and Gender-based cases regular.WI 2015/1
Child-friendly interviews at the embassy.WI 2014/10
Substantive assessment (asylum).
Working (Together) with an interpreter.
Warning and administrative penalty.
Penalty Payments (Failure to Give Timely Decisions) Act.WI 2013/14
Instruction policy 'Vulnerable minority groups'.WI 2012/5
Work instruction Regulation Settlement of the Legacy of the Former Aliens Act (Ranov) and naturalisation to become a Dutch citizen.WI 2010/13
Handling medical advice cases.WI 2007/1
Information provided by UWV.WI 2006/9
Procedure following Verdict Johnson II.WI 2005/36
Procedure of renunciation following extension Dutch citizenship.WI 2005/22
Procedural aspects of Article 1F UN Refugee Convention.