Parents and grandparents outside the EU are allowed to visit their newborn children or grandchildren as some of the travel restrictions in the Netherlands have been lifted since Saturday.
This rule applies to infants born after March 19, 2020. Parents and grandparents must complete government documents and submit a birth certificate to enter the country.
Parents divorced from outside the EU can also visit children they haven’t seen since the same day. They also have to fill out a formal declaration.
The Dutch border was closed on March 19th last year by most people from outside the EU.
New rules for traveling to the Netherlands
Bans on flights from India, South Africa, and parts of Latin America will continue to apply. The ban will be reviewed by June 1st.
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New grandparents outside the EU can visit their grandchildren
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