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Going by train from Sloterdijk to Central Station by train is relatively expensive for such a short trip (EUR 2.40 one-way per person, if you buy an electronic ticket in advance; EUR 1 per person per trip extra if you buy a ticket at the machine). Instead, go by bus and/or tram. Or perhaps the subway, depending on where you want to go. If you travel by bus, ...


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I am not even sure travelling with the NS would count for the P+R ticket (edit: your link says it does, but not for the full amount), even if you did it with your own (permanent) OV chipkaart. Fortunately, there's a good alternative which certainly works: purchase a P+R GVB return ticket and take Metro 51 to Central Station (or any other destination in the ...


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The child will require his or her own residence permit. See Child born in the Netherlands on the website of the Dutch IND for information about how to apply. However, if you travel to Germany or Austria without a residence permit, you are unlikely to receive much worse than a warning if this comes to the attention of government authorities. In the worst ...


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Since your mother is not yet living in the Netherlands you don’t really have a strong premise for applying for a Dutch visa. Schengen rules require you to apply to the country that will be your main destination according to your itinerary. If you could prove you’ll be visiting your mother regularly because she is already living in the Netherlands, you could ...


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