A declaration Niet van Toepassing indicates that the Foreigners Act does not apply to a person.
Who is eligible for a Declaration Niet van Toepassing?
a. A person born in Curaçao and who has the Dutch nationality since birth
b. A person of Dutch nationality born in Aruba before January 1st, 1986 who lived in the Netherlands Antilles on January 1st, 1986 and who was living in Curaçao before (on) October 10, 2010.
c. A person of Dutch nationality who was born in Bonaire, St. Maarten or St. Eustatius before October 10, 2010 and who was living in Curaçao on October 10, 2010.
d. The children of the mentioned persons.
The necessary documents are:
8. In case of adoption: certificate of marital status from the adoption register
Fees and retributions are due before submitting the application. For the application for a declaration Niet van Toepassing, you have to pay an amount of Ang. 225,=. Payment must be made at Maduro & Curiel’s Bank. On the payment order, you can find the necessary information to make the payment.
Before submitting the application, make sure you have collected all the requirements. If so, the application can be submitted. All requirements must be scanned in PDF format. Click here to submit the application.
After the application has been submitted, the Admission Office has 4 months to take a decision on your application. After the decision is ready, it will be e-mailed to you.
If you have received a positive decision, you must make an appointment to receive the Declaration Niet van Toepassing. Click here to make the appointment.
If you have received a negative decision, then you have 6 weeks to file a notice of objection. The notice of objection must be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
0When paying, the following details of the applicant must be stated as a reference:
1Depending on the country of birth/recognition/marriage, the birth certificate/deed of recognition/ marriage certificate should be legalized or apostilled. EU-countries are exempted from this.
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