Dutch Citizens Who Live in the US Can Register Now for the Sept. 12 Election
Voters who live outside the Netherlands but want to vote in the upcoming Dutch election have to register with The Hague.
Voters who live outside the Netherlands but want to vote in the election will have to register with The Hague.
To register, fill out the form (D3-1 model) at www.denhaag.nl/verkiezingen, print and sign it, and mail it with proof of Dutch citizenship to one of the following:
- The Hague, Bureau Verkiezingen, Postbus 12620, 2500 DL, Den Haag, Nederland
- The Dutch Embassy, 4200 Linnean Ave. NW, Washington, D.C. 20008
- The Dutch Consulate General in your region. You can find a list of them here.
Proof of citizenship can be your Dutch passport that does not expire before July 31, 2012, or a declaration of Dutch citizenship provided by the Netherlands embassy that is not older than three years.
Your registration form must be received by Aug. 1. If you registered for the 2010 election, you will automatically receive a registration form for 2012 at your last known address.
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