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You do not need a residence permit, but must apply for a residence card as a family member of an EU Citizen. In some states this must be applied for separately, but for Baden-Württemberg it seems to be done automatically. The Heidelberg city site states that this will be done automatically after registration. Die Meldebehörde erhebt bei Ihnen die ...


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The law (Wet Studiefinanciering 2000) is not super explicit but does provide that several categories of foreign residents are to be treated like Dutch student as far as tuition is concerned. Several universities explicitely mention residence cards for members of the family of an EU citizen (familielid EU/EER) as one of these categories (e.g. WUR, Maastricht)....


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As long as you are not a Dutch citizen, your wife can join you in the Netherlands under EU law. All the restrictions that apply to the spouses of Dutch citizens and third-country citizens do not apply to you. She should travel to the Netherlands without a visa, carrying proof that she is the spouse of an EU citizen. She would then apply for a “Toetsing aan ...


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