Suppose I studied for 5 years in the Netherlands (e.g. a 3-year Bachelor's and 2-year Masters). Suppose immediately after graduation I am eligible for the "highly skilled migrant" residence permit and obtain it. After 1-day of having that highly skilled migrant residence permit, and assuming I have a civil integration diploma and no criminal record, am I eligible for Dutch citizenship?
From my understanding of the law as stated on the ind.nl website, I would be. It says on there that all I need is 5 years of continuous living in the Netherlands on a valid residence permit (i.e. the 5 years spent on the study based residence permits) and be holding a residence permit for a non-temporary purpose (i.e. the highly skilled migrant residence permit) specifically at the time of the citizenship application. Am I reading this wrong?