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I’m a British citizen & moving to Amsterdam. Can Aussie partner come?

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Hi there,

Just looking for a bit of guidance because my question is a slightly complicated one and I'm struggling to find answers online!

As I touched on in the subject title - I'm an Australian with a British Passport (my father is British) and am hoping to move to Amsterdam. From what i've read online it sounds as though that won't be an issue and I won't need a visa. My boyfriend however, (who I have been with for 10+ years) is Australian and I can't work out whether he will be able to apply for a visa, the same way he could if we were moving to the UK.

Is there anyone who has been in a similar situation and can shed advice?

Thanks in advance,

Lisa

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