IMPACT — MEDIUM
The Dutch government has extended a temporary work authorization policy, allowing certain highly skilled foreign nationals who do not have valid residence documents to begin working upon arrival.
Additional Information: Highly skilled foreign nationals are reminded that they must make an appointment to collect their residence documents and have their biometrics taken within two weeks of being notified by Dutch authorities.
BAL Analysis: Dutch authorities have granted work authorization upon arrival to certain highly skilled foreign nationals because of in-country immigration delays and difficulties in booking appointments until further notice.
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