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Hello Madam / Sir

I have been staying in Brussel legally since Sep 1, 2011. I had a card A for 8 years and I have just received my card D ( 5 ans, Marché du travail: illimité)

I was a student until 2016 (I got my diploma in English language from VUB). then, I started working continuously from Oct 17, 2016 onward.
I have also been going to French coarse at IFCAD for two years.

I know that it won't be required to take the integration course if the degree will be in one of the official language in Belgium. however I have been given some contradictory information on having to take the integration courses for the proof of my social integration.

Do I have to take civic integration courses? If yes , I tell you that there is no longer any place in all the Brussels associations which issue certificates showing proof of social integration, that is why I registered for this course in Wavre (https: // discri. be /)which won't be accept by the commune since this course should take place in the place of residence.

Would you mind clarifying this issue?
Thanks for your help in advance.

J

What "contradictory information on having to take the integration courses" have you been given, and who gave you that information?

Feb 3, 2020 10:56
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Feb 20, 2020 06:41