THE 360° specialist in immigration-law.

Welcome at Scheers Advocacy

Scheers Advocacy is the 360°-specialist in immigration-law and in penalty (fines) proceedings under the Foreign Nationals Employment Act (Wet arbeid vreemdelingen, Wav). With more than 16 years of experience with the Dutch Immigration and Naturalisation Service (IND), the Court and as a lawyer, Scheers Advocacy has specific and extensive knowledge and network. These fields of expertise, that are continuously and strongly developing, get the full attention. With this knowledge, experience and contacts, Scheers Advocay has a proven reputation of being successful for its clients in advising and assisting in procedures.

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Kantoor Amstelgebouw

Specialist areas

Permit to work

Family reunification

Fines Illegal Employment Inspectorate SZW

Permanent residency

Short stay Visa

European Law


new income requirements, application fees and court fees for 2018

8 January, 2018

For 2018 the income requirements, application fees and court fees have been adjusted.

The most important income requirements for 2018 (gross per month excluding holliday allowance):

To stay with spouse or partner and to work: 1.578 euro

For highly skilled migrants: younger than 30 […]

European Commission calls on the Netherlands to lower fees residence permits

21 December, 2017

The European Commission has sent a letter of formal notice to the Netherlands to lower charges for Dutch residence permits, based on various EU Directives. The Commission finds that the Netherlands charges excessive and disproportionate […]

Automatic right of residence for (family members of) EU citizens

20 July, 2017

EU citizens, their (ex)partners and other family members who reside in the Netherlands and meet the requirements, have automatic, legal right to residency and to employment in the Netherlands. This means that, without a previous […]

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