IWCN also helps to organizes consular services for Ukrainians several times a year. Keep an eye on our events calendar to see when the next session is planned.
The following information is for Ukrainians in the north, and includes details about emergency shelters, legal stay, news items, ways to help, governmental information, information for Ukrainians in the Netherlands, and other useful links in the Northern Netherlands.
Recognized Sponsors for labour purposes must file new IND statement
The European Union has introduced various sanctions against Russia and Belarus. This may also have effects on companies in the Netherlands that have ties with Russian and/or Belarusian companies.
The IND is therefore asking all recognised sponsors for labour purposes (employers) to fill in a statement about possible ties with Russian and/or Belarusian companies.
The statement and instructions for submitting the statement can be found at this link on the IND website.
Travel from Ukraine to Europe
A website listing flight, train and bus operators across Europe offering free transportation for refugees.
Ukrainian nationals in the Netherlands can collect a free day pass at any NS ticket or service counter if they show their Ukrainian identity papers and a German or Austrian train ticket no more than 24 hours old.
Information and help in 4 languages: Ukrainian, Russian, English and Dutch
Various municipalities will provide emergency shelters for displaced Ukrainians.
People should contact the WhatsApp Helpline Ukraine from the Rode Kruis (06 48 15 80 53) if they need a place to stay. Their volunteers speak Ukrainian, Russian and English.