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Kroes Advocaten Immigration Lawyers is a young, dynamic law firm which focuses on labour migration.

What sets us apart? We are specialists. True specialists. As specialists in this field we are able to provide quality services, adapted to the particular needs of each situation and which maximise the judicial procedures. 

At Kroes Advocaten we value excellence, cooperation and integrity. We put these values into practice every day. We are commited to our clients' success and seek the smartest solutions for our clients. Always by acting with integrity.

We are specialists.
True specialists.

At Kroes Advocaten we provide the experience and expertise, enabling you to make the best decision. We provide the information and think with you!

Our customers are listed companies, multinationals, family businesses, small and medium-sized businesses and private individuals.

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We work with short lines, are very accessible, and we assign a single person to be your point of contact. We are also very transparant where our costs are concerned. To the greatest extent possible, we work with a fixed fee, guaranteeing that you won't be faced with any unpleasant surprises later on.

Kroes Advocaten is committed to providing pro bono legal services to nonprofit and community organizations. The Firm believes that lawyers have a duty to devote time to serve their society in positive ways. Kroes Advocaten is therefor partner of the Pro Bono Club.

Kroes Advocaten is member of ABIL (Alliance of Business Immigration Lawyers), a worldwide network of business immigration lawyers.

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Search year permit regulations changed

10 October 2017 Since 1 October 2017 the regulations for an application for a search year permit have been changed. Depending on where the student graduated...

First Chamber of Dutch Parliament rejects bill to increase period for naturalization from 5 to 7 years

3 October 2017 Today the First Chamber of the Dutch Parliament rejected a bill to increase the period of stay required for naturalization from 5 to 7 years. The...

Latest developments in the field of labour migration law

3 October 2017 Sarah Lindeboom and Inge Eggen – te Pas have published an article about the latest developments in the field of labour migration law. In the...

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