Please use the form below to deregister from the Municipality - this form will be sent to City Hall automatically when you are finished. (you do not have to go to City Hall in person)

Deregistration is in your own interest!

The municipality of Amsterdam or Diemen will deregister you as per this date. The de-registration date is the final day you will stay in your housing, your final lease date as a latest. Deregistration process can be done in advance.

This form is only used for de-registration when you move to a place outside Holland. When you move to another house in Amsterdam or Diemen you need to register at the Municipality again online - and your former address will automatically be changed/deregistered. This form isn't for registration (only deregistration).

It is important that you deregister from the Municipality because..

  1. Local tax authorities will charge you longer for your stay with us, when you are not deregistered on time!​​
  2. A next tenant will have trouble to register on the address.
  3. We will hold on to your deposit until you have deregistered.

Please pay attention: Make your ID copy safe!

In order to deregister online via this app you will have to upload a copy of your ID. We strongly recommend following these guidelines regarding the copy of your ID:

  • Make a paper copy of your ID and write COPY on it.
  • Line through the ID number. (City hall does not need it).
  • Make sure your photo, name, gender and date of birth remain visible.
  • As extra measurement you can also write the date and CITY HALL on the copy.
  • When having troubles to deregister, please go to the City hall*.
  • Didn't get any confirmation of your de-registration, within a reasonable time (2 weeks), please check with the Municipality if your de-registration has been successful.

See example photo below.

Please use these guidelines when uploading your ID. Your ID will only be sent to the City Hall, De Key does not receive a copy of it! Sending your ID is at your own risk. 

*It is important that you deregister from the Municipality, because we need to hold on to your deposit refund until you are deregistered. Local tax authorities can also charge you if you fail to (de)register in time!