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Ambassador Joanna Roper and Europe Director of the Dutch MFA Erica Schouten open the new consular section in The Hague with British Consul John Cameron-Webb

The British Consulate General in Amsterdam has moved to The Hague
On Monday 19 October Ambassador Joanna Roper CMG, British Consul John Cameron-Webb, and Europe Director of the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs Erica Schouten opened the new Consular Section of the British Embassy in the Hague.
As of Monday 19 October, the British Consulate-General Amsterdam has moved to the British Embassy The Hague. The new consular section will continue to provide the same consular services, including emergency assistance and travel documents, to British nationals living in and visiting the Netherlands.
The consulate’s new address is:

British Embassy
Lange Voorhout 10
2514 ED
The Hague

For consular enquiries, including on your rights after the UK’s exit from the EU, contact us via the embassy’s contact page.

Ambassador Joanna Roper and Europe Director Erica Schouten cut the ribbon of the new consular section in The Hague

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