I have acquired permanent residency of Belgium and EU long-term residency by working continuously in Belgium for a duration of 5 years. So, basically I hold a 'D' card now and hence, I am now registered in popular register.
I'm now planning to apply for Belgian citizenship and my commune is 1000 Brussels.
As I know, those who have worked continuously in Belgium for a period of 5 years and are registered in population register don't have to provide any proof of one of the national language skills as their 5 years work experience covers language, social and economic integration requirements. But I came to know from some friends in Belgium that in atleast certain communes of Brussels, when people apply for citizenship, police visits them to check their language skills despite their 5 years work experience in Belgium.
Does anyone know about the situation in 1000 Brussels commune whether something similar happens there as well?
Thanks in advance for your response.