The coronavirus and its aftermath may have consequences for you, as an international, your family and maybe even your business. Learn more about its possible consequences for your employment, legal residence and family situation and what to do.
The government has taken measures to help individuals and business affected by the coronacrisis. This article lists some of the tax related measures that may help you get through these rough times.
When you are renting a property or room it is possible that you get a notice from your landlord that your rent is increasing. A landlord is allowed to increase the rent. However there are rules. Learn more about rent increases and how te deal with them.
The ACCESS information officers of the International Welcome Centre Utrecht Region are here to help! Learn more and get in touch.
Now that many of us are at home during these times of uncertainty, coming together has become even more important. Our partner Utrecht in Dialoog offers free online dialogues in order to maintain contact, meet and inspire each other.
Do you have some amazing talents and would you like to show them off to everyone in Utrecht Region? The IWCUR is working with CZ@Home to make this possible! Together we will bring culture straight into your living room.
Utrecht is one of the most popular cities to live in. The city was recently ranked second in the ranking ‘Most popular places to live in the Netherlands’ by real estate company JLL. Given what Utrecht has to offer, that should hardly come as a surprise.
Do you want to make meaningful, long-term changes to your professional or personal life? Our partner, Life & Career Coach Natália Leal can help you make those changes. Join the webinar and find out what your next step could be.
Staying informed about the latest news on the Corona crisis can be challenging when you are an international. Therefore, a group of students from the University College Utrecht decided to step up and provide Coronavirus updates for non-Dutch speakers.