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covid19Dear customers,

During this period we can be reached by phone from Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and from 1:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. We are closed on Wednesdays and Fridays afternoon. You may also contac us via email: info@belexpat.com.

We will receive you only by appointment. Wearing a mask is compulsory and we invite you to come alone (max. 2 people).

Thank you for your understanding .
Belexpat team

BELEXPAT your international Health insurance partner !


The way your health is taken care of is one of the most important points of a successful expatriation. As a professional insurance broker, BELEXPAT compares for you the solutions of different insurance companies specialized in Health Care. .

 

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Living in Belgium


Here you will find a short and helpful list of steps to be taken before and when you arrive in Brussels.Visa requirements will depend on your nationality,on the duration of your stay (more or less than 3 months) and the purpose of your stay.

 

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Brexit Update: your rights as a UK citizen in Belgium

What changes on 1 st January 2021
On 31st January 2020, the United Kingdom left the European Union. A transition period followed, lasting until 31st December 2020 during which time, freedom of movement continued to apply. This transition period ends on 1st January 2021, which means you will have to apply for a new status as a beneficiary of the Withdrawal Agreement.

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The Withdrawal Agreement protects the right of residence for UK nationals and their families who have been living in Belgium. It also protects the exit and entry rights of UK frontier workers in Belgium.

Belgium has opted for an extended application period lasting until 31st December 2021 in order to make sure you have sufficient time to submit your application. During this period, the rights of UK nationals living in Belgium before the end of the transition period, and their family members, are protected. 

We strongly recommend that you apply as soon as possible in order to protect your rights for the future and ensure as smooth a transition as possible. You can apply for your new card from 1st of January 2021 until the 31 of December 2021.

The new residence document
If you have a residence right, you will receive a residence card for beneficiaries of the Withdrawal Agreement (M card). This card has a validity of 5 years, after you which you can renew your card or apply for a permanent residence right.

The new document for local border traffic
If you have a status as a frontier worker, you will receive a card for local border traffic as beneficiaries of the Withdrawal Agreement (N card). This card has a validity of 5 years, after you which you can renew your card.


Source : ABRA VZW / ABSL 29th December 2020