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The visa process for foreign students will be shortened from three months to three weeks by the end of 2002.Currently, students from non-Western countries must apply for an 'authorization to stay' visa, which takes three months and must be applied for in the student's country of residence.

br />The Dutch Immigration and Naturalisation Service (IND) has now shortened this process, which will especially benefit the companies, educational institutions and cultural exchange programmes that must process large numbers of visa applications. All that is required now is a contract with the IND. For foreign students, this procedural change will make it easier to study in Holland. Higher education institution no longer have to go deal with mountains of bureaucratic red tape, provided they have at least ten resident authorization applications.(MvK/HOP)

The visa process for foreign students will be shortened from three months to three weeks by the end of 2002.Currently, students from non-Western countries must apply for an 'authorization to stay' visa, which takes three months and must be applied for in the student's country of residence.The Dutch Immigration and Naturalisation Service (IND) has now shortened this process, which will especially benefit the companies, educational institutions and cultural exchange programmes that must process large numbers of visa applications. All that is required now is a contract with the IND. For foreign students, this procedural change will make it easier to study in Holland. Higher education institution no longer have to go deal with mountains of bureaucratic red tape, provided they have at least ten resident authorization applications.(MvK/HOP)

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