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Tailor-made legal support
Belgian immigration legislation was recently reformed to deliver a “single permit” that covers the right of employment and the right of stay with one single document. Unfortunately, the single permit does not imply a simple process. We can help you so you can focus on your core business!
Are you here to setup your business and in need of a professional card for self-employed persons allowing you to work in Belgium? We can help to setup your business and assist with your professional card application at the same time.
Immigration also means visa requirements. We provide assistance with visa applications, translation and legalization of documents to liaising with the competent authorities and diplomatic posts until delivery of the visa. We personalize every advice to guarantee a hassle-free immigration process.
After long term settlement in Belgium we also provide support with unlimited residence status and Belgian Citizenship applications.
Not sure which requirement applies to your situation? Call us now.
Why work with xpatriate?
We go the extra mile and get things done in a professional and friendly manner.
- 13 years of theoretical and practical experience
- Tailor-made and step by step legal support
- Passionate about immigration and helping people
Frequently Asked Questions
- What is a single permit?
A single permit allows you to work and reside in Belgium as an employee.
- What is a professional card?
This card allows you to legally work in Belgium as a self-employed person.
- What is the difference between a visa D and a visa C?
A “D” visa is a long stay visa that allows you to register in the country for which it is delivered. A “C” visa is a short stay visa.
- Can I work in Belgium on the basis of a business visa?
No, it only allows you to attend business or client meetings, fairs and in some regions classroom trainings.
- When can I apply for the Belgian Nationality?
As soon as you are in possession of a residence card for unlimited stay and provided you meet all conditions.
- Can I bring my family to Belgium?
This is possible via the family reunification procedure. Depending on your particular situation the processing time varies.
Going the extra mile.
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Sandrine Le Clef, xpatriate