The Non-Residents Registration (RNI) is part of the Dutch Civil Registry (BRP). It contains data of persons who do not live in the Netherlands (anymore) or who live in the Netherlands for less than 4 months.
The RNI contains, for example, the personal data of Dutch nationals who have left the Netherlands, frontier workers, or migrant workers who are staying in the Netherlands for a short period of time. Your details are also in the RNI if you live abroad and receive AOW or pension from the Netherlands.
How will my personal info get in the RNI?
With which details am I registered in the Non-Residents Registration (RNI)?
- Date of birth
- Place of birth
- Residential address outside the Netherlands
- Temporary residential address in the Netherlands (if applicable)
- Contact information
- Residence permit
- Social Security Number (BSN)
What to bring with you for the RNI-registration
- valid identification (e.g. passport, identity card)
- valid identification
- original birth certificate or extract of the original birth certificate
- at least one of the parents must be present
Make sure your data in the RNI is correct
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