An extract (uittreksel) from the Municipal Personal Records Database (BRP, formerly GBA), is an official document certifying that you are registered with the city. You can request a BRP extract only from the municipality in which you are registered.
You can request a BRP extract online. Login with your DigiD. You can pay by credit card or iDEAL. Once payment is received the city sends the extract within a few business days to the address listed on the extract.
- BRP extract: € 10.50
You can also authorise an adult to apply for the extract on your behalf. This person must bring with them:
- Valid proof of identification
- A copy of your proof of identification
- Completed and signed authorisation form (in Dutch)
Extract not necessary for secondary education
You do not need a BRP extract to register at a school for secondary education. The school requires only the pupil’s name, date of birth, sex and citizen service number. This information is already provided on the exit documents from the primary school. Schools can also request the information at the Education Service (DUO).
Different from civil registry extract
A BRP extract is different from information from the civil registry. In the civil registry certificates regarding birth, death, marriage and divorce are documented. Addresses are not included in these certificates.