You will need a Netherlands Work Visa if you are from a country not part of the European Union (EU).
This can be applied at your local Dutch embassy or consulate in your home country.
If you are from an EU country but not one with special recognition arrangements with the Netherlands, then this may not be necessary—you may already have permission to live and work here under existing treaty arrangements between the two countries, such as Articles 23 and 24 of Council Directive 2008/104/EC on the free movement of persons in the internal market (which covers citizens from all member states).
Apply for a Netherlands Work Visa
After you have received your visa, you need to apply for a work permit before entering the Netherlands.
To do this, contact your local Dutch embassy or consulate and ask them what documents are required.
Enter the Netherlands
Once you arrive in the Netherlands, you must present your passport and visa at immigration.
You can also bring your work permit with you if it’s not yet stamped on your passport.
Suppose you are entering the Netherlands for an extended period (more than six months).
In that case, a residence card will be issued by Dutch immigration authorities after they verify that there isn’t any reason they should deny giving such an ID card to someone who has been living in their country for at least two years before this meeting date.
Register with the Dutch immigration authorities and apply for an IND residence card.
The final step is registering with the Dutch immigration authorities and applying for an IND residence card.
This will allow you to live in the Netherlands as long as your visa remains valid.
To do this, you must bring your passport, visa (if applicable), and a passport photo.
You may also want to bring proof that you have sufficient funds to support yourself.
At the same time, in The Netherlands, social benefits aren’t provided by employers but rather through subsidies administered by regional governments or municipalities.
If everything checks out during this process, then congratulations! You’ve obtained a work permit from the Netherlands!
Get a Dutch Social Security number and BSN.
You must apply for both to get a BSN and Dutch social security number.
You can apply through your local municipality’s website in your home country.
This will take about two weeks, but it is worth it because you can start working in the Netherlands immediately upon receiving both documents!
You will need to apply for a Netherlands work visa to be able to work in the Netherlands.
Also, you will need to register with the Dutch immigration authorities and ensure that you get a residence card and a Dutch social security number.