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Question

I'm non-europian and thinking to apply for a belgium citizenship.
i live in belgium since april 2010 i have (resident card type C) never cut my address
i am self employed since april 2014 and continuous
i want to ask you which documents i need for appliying belgium citizenship?
do i have need A2 language diploma?
after applying how many months waiting for result ?

thanks for advance

J

Ask your commune.

Oct 15, 2019 22:52
becasse

Since you are self-employed you will need the A2 language diploma as the only exceptions are for those who are too disabled to work, who are pensioners, or who are employed in a situation where they use one of the official languages. Your commune will tell you what else you will need.

Oct 15, 2019 23:22
J

I didn't need a language diploma and I'm self employed...
I work primarily in English.

Oct 16, 2019 00:21
crisscross

PR card (Any card except A card)
birth certificate legalized
5 yr stay
5 years continuous work with no break in contract (or if there's is a break then Contract A ends on a friday and Contract B starts following monday) Even a week in between is a gap.
If self employed then payment for six quarters of social contributions.

Or

PR card (Any card except A card)
birth certificate legalized
5 yr stay
if break in job contract:
468 working days prior to application (approx 2.25 years) or if If self employed then payment for six quarters of social contributions.
Social Integration: A2 language + social classes + (maybe a separate language test for ctz so I've heard).

Oct 18, 2019 15:59