If you want to move to the Netherlands to work, your employer can become your sponsor for a residence permit. If you are still looking for a job and are highly educated there are many options.
If you want to apply for a resident permit but don’t live in a country mentioned in the below countries you will need a Provisional residence permit (mvv). You can apply for both at a Dutch embassy in your county.
If you only need a residence permit, you apply to the Immigration and Naturalisation Service (IND) for this permit once you have arrived in the Netherlands.
Do you want to live in the Netherlands for more than 90 days? You need to apply for a residence permit. One condition for a residence permit is a provisional residence permit (machtiging tot voorlopig verblijf or mvv). A Provisional residence permit (mvv) is a special visa that allows you to enter the Netherlands. You can apply for the mvv and the residence permit at the same time.
You don't need a Provisional residence permit when your nationality is from below countries.
To work as a Highly skilled migrant in the Netherlands you need a contract with an employer or research institution in the Netherlands. This employer is a recognised sponsor by the IND, you are going to earn suffienct income (see next section) and the agreed wage is in accordance with market conditions.
Highly skilled migrants 30 years or older €4,752 gross per month
Highly skilled migrants younger than 30 years €3,484 gross per month
Reduced salary criterion €2,497 gross per month
European Blue Card €5,567 gross per month