Belgium Permanent Residency
There are several reasons why anyone would like to have citizenship or residency in Belgium including marriage.
In the European Union, Belgium is the easiest country provided that one would like to obtain residency despite processing times being lengthy. When applying for residency, a language test must be passed in either German, Dutch or French.
Belgium authorities approve permits which are subject to stringent scrutiny, hence prepared documentation is focal to pass the examination. It would be easy to obtain spousal and dependents residency once the main applicant is approved. Upon approval, a new Belgium resident can work and live in the Schengen Zone and European Union provided that they choose.
Owning a Belgium passport might be what you desire the most as a country with a stable legal and financial standing in the European Union. After five years, citizenship can be acquired without the initial stringent conditions to get residency permits. We are more than willing to assist you with procedural matters and administrative consultation concerning business opportunities, taxation and application itself.
Belgium residents do not need visas to enter the Schengen zone or any EU country. After citizenship is acquired a larger number of admissions are allowed concerning travelling to other countries without a visa.
We provide advanced tax planning to individuals with Belgium residency since they can have tax implications. In this regard, we’d like you to avoid double taxation.
This puts them in a beneficial position as the resident are not subjected to obligatory permanent stay and work in Belgium itself. Regardless of where the new resident stays must maintain an official Belgium address either through ownership or rental of a property and paying bills. Residence permits are issued annually for the first three years, after then, permits could be indefinite.