Obtaining a European Residence with Payroling

Visa Residency, a brand of Wocopa, offers high-quality Payroling services to help clients obtain a European residence permit quickly and easily. Our experienced and professional team removes obstacles and streamlines the application process to ensure a smooth and hassle-free experience for our clients. We prioritize customer satisfaction and offer the best price and service guarantee in all transactions.

The process of obtaining a residence permit consists of four main steps.

We can apply for a residence permit on behalf of the client, even if they are in their home country.

Depending on the client’s purpose of stay, they will need to submit several documents to Visa Residency to apply for a Dutch residence permit.

when the application is submitted, the client must pay a fee for it to be processed. The fee is non-refundable and varies depending on the purpose of travel.

The processing of the Dutch residence permit application usually takes up to 90 days. After that, we will inform the client whether their residence permit has been issued or not.

It’s important to note that these deadlines are valid after the application is made, and the preparation of documents and information by the client is not included in the specified time. If the IND (Immigratie-en Naturalisatiedienst) does not make a decision within the specified time, the application period may be extended by 3 months, depending on the applicant’s situation. If the application is rejected, the applicant has the right to appeal, and the appeal process can take between 3 and 6 months.


The validity of the Dutch residence permit depends on the purpose of stay, but it can be extended up to five years. Prices may vary in other residence permit programs such as (TWV), Temporary Residence Permit (MVV). Whether it’s for an Entrepreneur Permit, Start Permit, Work Permit, or any other residence permit program, Visa Residency is committed to providing exceptional service and helping clients achieve their goals of obtaining European residency.