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    • CommentTimeMar 17th 2009
     
    siebbe:

    My husband just died this last Sunday and he was a Dutch citizen still. I need to know what to do to record his death with the Dutch authorities in America. He also had a "polis." What is that and how do I file for it. He does have a son that is 19 in the Netherlands. What should we do? Do I have any rights to his funds or do they go to his son?
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    • CommentTimeMar 17th 2009
     
    dutchgirltiff:

    I found this on the website of the Dutch Consulate
    Quote:
    All persons that are aware of the death of a Dutch citizen, who passed away abroad, may register the death.

    You do not need to register the death at the Dutch Embassy or Consulate in your region, registration is done directly at the City of The Hague. How to register >> Registration foreign certificates: http://www.denhaag.nl/smartsite.html?id=25619

    Registr ation of the death of a (former) Dutch citizen is not compulsory according to Dutch law (art. 1:19h BW).
    . I would also contact them at 1-877-dutchhelp or 1-877-388-2443.
    With regard to the "polis", I would have that translated, or if you can find the company's information on the document itself, I would call them as soon as possible, you don't want to miss possible deadlines.
    Good Luck!
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    • CommentTimeMar 17th 2009
     
    dutchgirltiff:

    And, my sincere condolences. Of course.
    Tiff
 
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