Reporting a change if you live outside the Netherlands
If you live outside the Netherlands, you must report changes in your situation within 6 weeks. You will then always receive the correct amount.
What changes do you have to report?
You must always report the following changes within 6 weeks:
- A change of address
- You are moving to a different address
- You are moving to a different address together with your partner
- You are moving to another country
- You and your partner are moving to another country
- You or your partner is moving to another country, and one of you continues to live in the country where you were living
- A change in your domestic situation
- You no longer live at the same address as your partner
- You and your partner have been living together without being married and you are now going to separate
- You have been living on your own and are now going to start living with someone
- You willl be living at a different address temporarily (no more than 6 months)
- You and your partner separate
- You and your partner have been separated and your partner starts living with you again
- You are separated from your partner and you start living with someone else
- You take in a lodger or a tenant
- Your personal situation
- Your partner dies
- You are getting married
- You enter into a registered partnership
- You get divorced
- You are no longer in a registered partnership
- You separate from your partner
- You enter into a cohabitation agreement
- You or your partner gets a different nationality
- Your other income goes up or down.
- You have a new source of income.
- You no longer have other income.
- Imprisonment or detention
- You go to prison or enter a detention centre or a closed treatment facility
- You are ordered to go to prison, a detention centre or a closed treatment facility, but you refuse to go