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Belgium Type D visa with code B41+University Name

A web search of "belgium type d remarks b41" (omit double quotes when searching) turned up National statements (visa D) from the IBZ (immigration office) which says: B41 / Temporary ...
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Would our child have four nationalities?

They would have three citizenships automatically, although you would need to do the paperwork to register them in all the countries. More specifically, all children born in the US are Americans (with ...
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Should I have declared my stocks as foreign income in my US Tax Returns?

Disclaimer: I have never had to deal with US Taxes. For me, listening to such stories and general reading about this topic is like watching a vampire horror movie on television - knowing that they ...
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Is it possible to take the driving license test in English in Belgium?

Like most European countries, obtaining a driving license in Belgium consists of a theoretical and a practical part. You'll probably need (quite) some lessons for both parts before taking the ...
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How many days out of 5 years do I need to stay for satisfying the naturalization requirement for Belgian citizenship?

Unfortunately the exact definition of an Uninterrupted stay could not be found on an official site, so the following information is based on the Red Cross - Info Integration (Eupen) site. The ...
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How do you get a German car registered in Belgium?

Your friend would, in any case, need a Certificate of Conformity (CoC) for the vehicle he is purchasing. This is available for every new vehicle sold in the EU since around 1996 and states that the ...
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What documents do I need to be able to sign a rental contract Brussels, Belgium?

I'm an EU national as well, and I only needed my national ID card for the landlord to verify my identity. We used this model contract, which as you can see, only requires your name and address. I ...
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What documents do I need to be able to sign a rental contract Brussels, Belgium?

After doing some research on the Belgium's official work site, I found an article talking about foreigner who want to work in Belgium. You need to take with you: -The visa for your stay in Belgium. ...
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Belgium visa for dependent mother?

Unfortunately for you and your mother, it seems that she can't qualify for a family visa: A non EU ascendant can not rejoin for instance his non EU son working in Belgium. Ascendant means parent, ...
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Settling in Belgium as an EU citizen

Yes, as a EU Citizen you are required to fulfill local registration laws (where they exist) that applies to all residents. see also answer to Having multiple residences at law.stackexchange In the ...
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Fastest way to get a certificate of no marriage to Belgium

The fastest way to transport a document is to have the document carried by a human passenger, flying from the Philippines to Belgium. This can be accomplished with a flight duration (including ...
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Living in Belgium but working in the Netherlands post Brexit (and at all)

I do something very similar. I live in Germany and work in Switzerland (I stay in Switzerland during the week). I am classified in German as a Grenzgänger which is sometimes translated into English ...
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Living in Belgium but working in the Netherlands post Brexit (and at all)

Resident permits and corresponding work permits are based on national laws. So for 3rd country nationals, assume that persons living/working in both Belgium and the Netherlands must deal with both ...
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Should I have declared my stocks as foreign income in my US Tax Returns?

Mark Johnson's answer is essentially correct. The income you're speaking of is not likely to be interest income, but the same principle applies: you can file an amended return. To answer the ...
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Non-EU (Indian) citizen living in the Netherlands and working in Belgium

From the Belastingdienst website (emphasis mine): Because you reside in the Netherlands, you have to declare all of your income, even if the tax levy on that income has been designated to Belgium. ...
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What's the travel limits for F card (Belgium) travels in EU?

Officialy the 90/180 days rule applies for time outside the country of residence when not travelling with your EU spouse. The Freedom of Movement Article 6(2) applies to a family member when ...
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Release "Carte E" to EU nationals

The first page linked in the question says "this site is no longer kept up to date." It also contains several inaccurate statements that show that it is in fact out of date. The second ...
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Can I work in Wallonia and live in Brussels?

There are no border checks within Belgium. Many people working in Brussels live in Wallonia or Flanders, because it is cheaper. Your employer may ask you to find a place near, to avoid delays in ...
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Multiple residence permit in EU

Blue card allows you to resettle to another EU country. With this way, you'll exchange your German Blue Card into your new Blue Card from another country. This is probably the most straightforward way ...
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Non-EU (Indian) citizen living in the Netherlands and working in Belgium

I don't know about Belgium-Netherlands taxation specifically, but the general rule is that you are liable for taxation in both countries, but tax paid in one country will be deducted from tax due in ...
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Belgium work visa stamping in the USA for an Indian H-1B holder?

The Belgian diplomatic mission to the US says that after you receive your work permit from your employer You can then contact the appropriate consular office in whose jurisdiction you are a ...
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Non-EU Dutch resident (Indian citizen), working in Belgium

This is a possible scenario. Someone i know had a similar scenario. She had a residence permit in the Netherlands ( based on her husbands work in NL) and had some kind of work permit in Belgium. She ...
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Where and How to park for free in Ixelles (Brussels)?

It's not a good idea to use a foreign-registered car in Belgium for a significant length of time. You may, for example, have problems with getting insurance for the car, either in France or in Belgium....
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Internet in Belgium without residence card

I was able to get an internet connection from Proximus before I got my residents' card. In fact, I was never asked about my status. I don't think you will have any problems.
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Slovenian working in Belgium living in The Netherlands

He can register in the Netherlands. There are many grensarbeiders, including foreigners, who live in the Netherlands and work in Belgium or vice versa. However, I recommend he discusses his exact ...
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Slovenian working in Belgium living in The Netherlands

There is no reason it should be a problem. He will not qualify as a worker but EU citizens also have a right to reside in other EU countries if they have sufficient income and health insurance (and ...
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Is it possible to apply for a long-stay visa in Belgium while you are there on short-stay?

According to Expatica: If you’re already in Belgium – perhaps because you don't need an entry visa for less than three months, or you have a residence card for another purpose – you should apply at ...
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Possessing two residence IDs of different Schengen countries

Yes, you can hold two EU/Schengen residence IDs at once. I've previously held both a Finnish and a Czech residency card, without any concerns from the Finnish embassy or the Czech government. There's ...
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Is it possible to be register in two EU countries for health insurance?

I've gone through that in the other way, while leaving Germany. Under new regulations in EU, you are obliged to have health insurance in any EU country, which means you are not allowed to unregister ...
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