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National Ombudsman and Ombudsman for Children are planning walk-in sessions for residents of St. Eustatius and Saba

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    From 29 January to 3 February, a team from the National Ombudsman and the Ombudsman for Children will once again travel to St. Eustatius and Saba to hold walk-in sessions. Residents are welcome to drop by free of charge with any requests for assistance with regard to problems with government bodies and other authorities.

    Specific examples of these bodies are the Public Entity, the Dutch Tax and Customs Administration, the police, childcare, or schools. We invite anyone with questions regarding these and other organizations to drop by our walk-in sessions.

    Walk-in sessions will be held on the following dates and times:

    St. Eustatius

    • Monday 29 January between 09.00-11.00, Lions Den, Concordia
    • Wednesday 31 January between 13.00-15.00, St. Eustatius Public Library, Oranjestad


    • Thursday 1 February between 09.30-11.30, The Windward Roads Office, The Bottom
    • Saturday 3 February between 09.00-11.00, Child Focus Building, Windwardside

    You can speak either Dutch or English during these walk-in sessions.

    It is always possible to submit a complaint or a question

    Anyone who is unable to come to a walk-in session may ask their questions or submit their complaints in other ways.

    To the National Ombudsman:

    To the Ombudsman for Children:

    • By calling +31 70 8506 995 (on working days until 12 noon)
    • Via WhatsApp, using number +31 6 27 24 52 79
    • By sending an email to

    This message is available in Dutch on the website of the National Ombudsman.