You can bring your dependents to Belgium on a Belgium dependent visa, also known as the Family Reunion visa, if you are in Belgium for employment or study and will be staying for longer than three months. The Family Reunion visa allows you to bring the following dependents into the country.
You must have a means of subsistence for yourself and your family members
You must have health insurance
You must be able to provide accommodation for your dependents
If you fulfil these conditions your dependents will be given a residence permit or the Type D visa to stay in Belgium.
Dependents must submit the following documents with their application
Within 8 working days of your arrival in Belgium, your family members must register with the municipality where they live. The municipality issues a residence permit for a specific period of time (A-card).
The residence permit for family members is good for one year. Each year, the authorization can be renewed.
Your family members must apply for renewal with the municipality where they live 45 to 30 days before their residence permit expires.
You and your family are granted a temporary residency visa for the first five years (A-card). After 5 years, they can apply for a single permit that will last indefinitely (B-card).
Your family members can apply for EU long-term resident status after 5 years of continuous legal stay in Belgium if they have a sufficient, regular, and steady source of income as well as health insurance.
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