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After leaving the Netherlands, I'm trying to get an official verification of my de-registering as a resident - an extract from the "Registry of Non-Residents" (RNI).

I've figured out how to ask for this extract. But now I face a new problem: There seem to be multiple kinds of extracts I can order; and each one costs a bit of money. The options, appearing in the screenshot below, are:

  • Extract with BSN
  • Extract with historical address details (since 1994)
  • International extract with personal status (Dutch-French-German-English)

I probably need either the first or the third. But - I can't decide!

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  • I'm trying to get an official verification of my de-registering as a resident What for? That information is needed to answer the question. – Jan Doggen Dec 19 '18 at 16:01
  • @JanDoggen: Multiple things - both in the Netherlands and abroad. Getting reimbursement for municipal taxes for example; various potential administrative issues in Israel. – einpoklum Dec 19 '18 at 16:51
  • It seems that it still might depend on what the "various administrative issues" are. But €12.20 isn't a lot of money. Why not get both, or all three? – phoog Jan 18 at 14:10
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If we mouse-over the question-mark links, or read this form, this is what each of the extracts contains:

  • Extract with citizen service number:
    Extract with your name, date of birth, place of birth, country of birth, gender, nationality, citizen service number (BSN), current address.
  • Extract with historical addresses:
    Extract with your name, date of birth, citizen service number (BSN), your current foreign address (if known) and all addresses you have been registered at from 1 October 1994 until date of deregistration in the Netherlands.
  • International extract with marital state (Dutch-French-German-English):
    Extract in four different languages with your name, date of birth, marital state (on date of leaving the Netherlands), nationality/ nationalities, names of your parents and date of deregistration in the Netherlands.
  • International extract with marital state (Dutch-Spanish-Italian-Turkish):
    Same as the above, but in a different set of languages.

It seems to me that the date of deregistration is a key figure, so I think the third kind of extract ("International" with English) is the one to choose (or the fourth if your country likes Spanish, Italian or Turkish better).

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