"I live in the Netherlands, even though I come from Belgium."
Translation:Ik woon in Nederland, hoewel ik uit België kom.
No. "Komen" must take the form that belongs to "ik" (the second in the sentence), just like in English.
The Dutch do not capitalise the name of their country or language, but does anyone know if the Belgians (at least the Flemish half) have followed suit?