Latest dating site in belgium and sweden
For more information, see Expatica’s guide to EU/EEA and Swiss nationals moving to Belgium.
As a rule, third-country nationals (non-EU/EEA/Swiss citizens) need a visa to enter Belgium and a work permit to engage in economic activities If you require a visa to enter Belgium, there are three types of Belgian visas allowing entrance: The conditions for qualifying for these visas and the application processes are explained below.
If you want to come to Belgium for longer than three months (90 days), you will have to apply for a long-stay (D) visa and residence permit based on the purpose of your stay, for example, whether you will be coming to Belgium to work, study, or join a family member, as detailed below.
They will give you a document specifying when you have to leave Belgium.As a general rule, if you’re a non-EU/EEA or Swiss national, you can get a long-term visa to accompany your spouse, registered partner or parent (if you’re a dependent family member), who has been given permission to come and live in Belgium as long as you fulfil certain conditions.You have to be able to prove your relationship, have suitable accommodation in Belgium, and there must be sufficient funds to support the family’s living and health insurance costs.EU, EEA and Swiss nationals do not require a visa to travel to Belgium nor a work permit to engage in economic activities.However, under certain circumstances, EU/EEA/Swiss citizens need to register at the local town hall () when they arrive in Belgium.