It is very busy at the moment. You can only make an appointment for a little further in the future. Calling the municipality will give you the same options as does the form on this page. If customers cancel an appointment, a time slot will become available. Therefore please check this page regularly.

Registration in the Register of Non-Residents

Are you staying in the Netherlands for less than 4 months? If you live abroad and you need a citizen service number (BSN) for dealing with the Dutch government, you can register as a non-resident. For this, you need to make an appointment. In the Netherlands, a citizen service number is also referred to as a BSN number. Your personal details are recorded in the Register of Non-Residents (RNI).

Students moving to Breda need to follow the steps in Moving to Breda from abroad, initial settlement. 

You will need the following

Register your child (child younger than 16 years)

If you need to register your child (younger than 16 years), also bring:

  • Valid proof of ID of the parent attending the registration.
  • An official document of the child stating you as the parent (e.g. the international birth certificate or an extract from the custody register).
    - This document must be written in Dutch, English, French or German. Or it has been translated into Dutch by a sworn interpreter / translator.
    - This document must comply (depending on the country of issue) with the legalization regulations.
    - This document must not be older than 3 years.

All the persons you wish to register need to attend in person, including children.

Appointment for someone else

Do you make the appointment for someone else, then please hand to that person:

  • the confirmation email
  • name and date of birth you entered when making the appointment

If you don’t speak Dutch, English or German, please bring someone who can translate for you.

What you need to know

Proof of registration with BSN

Upon registration, you will receive proof of your registration together with your BSN number.

Changing your details in the Register of Non-Residents (RNI)

Do you want to change your address abroad? Or do you receive an error message when applying for a DigiD, because your details are incorrect? If so, submit the changes to the Register of Non-Residents (RNI).

The central government provides further information on the Register of Non-Residents.

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