When travelling abroad, you must be in possession of a valid travel document. If you do not have such a document in your possession, you can, in exceptional cases and under strict conditions, apply for an emergency document. Assessments are made on a case-by-case basis as to whether applicants are entitled to emergency documents.
Private companies can submit applications for registration in the Royal Netherlands Marechaussee Cargo Register as a Recognised Airfreight Agent and Recognised Senders.
The Royal Netherlands Marechaussee (RNLM) has two centres of expertise: the Identity Fraud and Documents Centre of Expertise (Dutch abbreviation: ECID) and the Airports Centre of Expertise (Dutch abbreviation: ECL). These are both part of the RNLM Schiphol District.
For complaints regarding private security personnel employed by Dutch airport operators responsible for security checks of passengers, personnel and hand luggage.
The Dutch government can request passenger details from airlines carrying passengers to Dutch national territory. Click on above heading to read why this is done, which information is disclosed and what privacy regulations apply.