|First of all: there will be a change, but for those who got their residence permit before January 2015, this is the situation:|
The inburgeringsexamen consists of five exams. You can do them all in one day.
New part of the exam: orientation on the Dutch labour market Those who get their first residence permit (MVV) after January 1 2015 need to do an extra exam; “Orientation on the Dutch labour market. Those who want to apply for a Dutch passport or a permanent residence permit need to do that as well. You have to make a small portfolio in which you proof you know the important things about how to find a job here. And you need to had a conversation about it. You can read more it about it at www.inburgeren.nl/examen-doen.html
|Preparation for the civic integration exam|
You need to pass the civic integration exam? Or you just want to know what to expect and if you have the right level? Nedles organizes several courses to prepare for the exams. Please see www.nedles.nl/en -> Training for exams
|Exception for parts of the civic integration exam if you have passed a part of the State examination NT2|
If you have a certificate for passing a part of the State examination NT2; reading, listening, speaking or writing, then that’s a dispensation for that part of the civic integration exam.
The fastest way is to apply by DigiD; www.inburgeren.nl/nw/inburgeraar/mijn_inburgering.asp, or via a school (such as NedLes). V
You can also apply by filling in a form, but it takes a long time, and you can not choose your own date. If you send us an email with your bsn number, date of birth, telephone number and preferred dates for the exam, we can apply and schedule your exam.The costs (February 2019):
When you apply via NedLes you pay an extra fee of 10%.
And of course, if you want more information, or if you want to discuss the options in a personal consultation, please email or call us.
August 2016, Annelies Braams, NedLes