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If you're planning a move to Belgium, find out if you need a Belgian visa or permit to visit, live, work or study in Belgium.
Who needs a Belgian work permit? Find out which of Belgium's work permit you need, and the procedures and documents for applying for your Belgian work visa.
Find out which student visa or permit you need to study in Belgium, take part in a student exchange, carry out research, or undertake training or internship work.
A new directive on Intra-Corporate Transfers has been introduced in the EU that could offer the first single work permit for third-country nationals vying to work in Belgium after approval by the government.
Non-EU citizens wishing to study in Belgium have some visa and residency options available to them. Read this helpful guide to determine how to stay in Belgium before and after graduation.
Are you planning to study in Belgium, or hoping to remain in the country having completed your studies? Here's a guide to the visa options for foreign students and graduates in Belgium. [Contributed by Fragomen]
A helpful guide to obtaining citizenship in Belgium, and the conditions required to apply for Belgian citizenship. [Contributed by Fragomen Worldwide]
Find out when you can apply for Belgian citizenship or long-term residence in Belgium, and the conditions and processes for applying.
Do you want your family members to join you in your new life in Belgium? Follow this guide to learn about the family reunification process and eligibility criteria for hopeful applicants. [Contributed by Fragomen Worldwide]
If you have a relative or partner living in Belgium, see if can apply to live and work in Belgium for the purpose of family reunification.
EU, EEA and Swiss citizens have the right to live and work in Belgium but must fulfil certain requirements if staying longer than three months.