As defined by the Immigration and Naturalisation Service (IND), you will be eligible for this Dutch citizenship route if you have been married to a Dutch citizen or you have been the registered partner (i.e. in a civil partnership) of a Dutch citizen for at least three years.
Can you marry into Dutch citizenship?
You are married to or are the registered partner of a Dutch citizen. Youve been living in the Netherlands for at least 15 years before confirmation of citizenship. Youve had a valid residence permit during this time.
Is Dutch harder than English?
Dutch is harder. German is blessed with logic in its grammar, Dutch isnt. English spelling is more difficult than its grammar, Dutch spelling is quite constant. Nevertheless the main difficulty is its pronounciation.
Do dual citizens need to pay taxes in both countries?
Dual citizens who are living abroad may owe taxes to both the United States and the country in which they earn their income. Some countries have tax treaties that eliminate a citizens tax liability, meaning that they will only have to pay taxes in one country.
Can a Dutch citizen live in Aruba?
If you are a Dutch national and you want to relocate to Aruba, Curaçao or St Maarten, or move there temporarily for work or an internship, you must meet certain conditions. If you were not born in Aruba, Curaçao or St Maarten, you will need a Declaration of Automatic Admission (Verklaring Toelating van Rechtswege).
Why do they call it Dutch?
Over time, English-speaking people used the word Dutch to describe people from both the Netherlands and Germany, and now just the Netherlands today. The word Holland literally meant “wood-land” in Old English and originally referred to people from the northern region of the Netherlands.