If you are moving to Breda from abroad for the first time or if you plan to remain in the Netherlands for at least 4 of the next 6 months, you must register with Breda council in person within 5 days of your arrival. To register your partner and/or children, they must come with you. Arrange an appointment beforehand.
Registration of foreign students
If you are moving to Breda from abroad to study, you have to make an appointment to register. Dutch nationality and from the Caribbean? Choose Non-European Union nationality.
Make an appointment
Make an appointment European Union nationality
Make an appointment Non-European Union nationality, Ukraine and Dutch nationality and from the Caribbean
What you need to know
- Documents in languages other than English, German, or French must be translated to Dutch by a sworn interpreter/translator.
- Depending on the country of issue, the documents must meet the authentication regulations (Dutch).
- The documents may not be older than 3 years.
If you are not an EU-citizen, you must first report to the Immigration and Naturalisation Service (IND) to obtain a residence permit. For more information about a residence permit, please visit the website of the IND (Dutch).
You will need the following
- to register in Breda, you need original documents about you and your children from your home country. For example, birth certificate, marriage certificate or divorce certificate
- a valid travel document for every person to be registered
- proof of de-registration if travelling from Aruba, Curacao, St. Maarten, Bonaire, Saba, Sint Eustatius
- the rental or purchase contract of your home or written approval from the main resident you live with
Welcome to Breda
Hello new resident of Breda. If you have just moved to Breda, you will need to arrange a number of things.
To give you a helping hand, you will find a number of practical tips on the Welcome to Breda. You are now a 'Bredanaar'! page.