The Netherlands Embassy and Consulates United States

Dutch Missions

Contact information

The Dutch diplomatic network in the United States represents Dutch citizens and interests in America.

Passports, visas and other papers

Contact Center is open 24/7

The 24/7 Contact Center at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs can give you information and advice about passports, safe travel and legalisation. But it can also help if something happens to you – for example if you end up in hospital or lose your travel documents.

NLintheUSA.com

Connecting the Dutch and the US

The Royal Netherlands Embassy has launched a public diplomacy website, NLintheUSA.com, to highlight industries in which the Dutch excel that have special relevance in the United States to further strengthen the relationship between our two nations.

3/3/16

EU Presidency

Our goals for the next six months

The European Commission is visiting Amsterdam to mark the start of the Dutch Presidency of the EU Council. On January 7, Prime Minister Mark Rutte will receive the members of the European Commission at the National Maritime Museum.

1/4/16

April 11, 2016 (Washington, D.C.) — Dutch Minister of Finance and Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem, Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation Minister Lilianne Ploumen, and Klaas Knot, President of the De Nederlandsche Bank (the Dutch central bank), will visit Washington, D.C. April 14-17 to attend the annual IMF and World Bank spring meetings.

April 7, 2016 On April 6, 2016, an advisory referendum was held in the Netherlands on the EU-association agreement with Ukraine. The preliminary outcome shows that the required threshold for a valid outcome of a turn-out of 30% or more was reached, with a clear majority for the people who voted against.

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UNSC Candidate

UNSC Candidate

United Nations Security Council Candidate

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4 May 16

Wreath-laying ceremony on May 4 to commemorate National Memorial Day

The Dutch community in Washington, D.C. will commemorate the members of the Netherlands armed forces and civilians who died in wars or crisis-management operations since World War II with a wreath-laying ceremony on Wednesday, May 4, National Memorial Day.