The Netherlands has universal healthcare and basic health insurance is a legal requirement for everyone registered and living in the Netherlands. This article looks at when non-Dutch passport holders should take out international health insurance instead of Dutch health insurance. We recommend this for: International students studying but not working in the Netherlands Those expats…
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