One language course (120 hours) : 89,48 € (+ 20,73 € for the first course)
or 66,68 € with price reduction – άνεργοι κτλ.
http://www.cvo-khnb.net/documenten/EN2013.pdf από 72€ ως 138€ για 120 ώρες
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30€ έως 75€ το πακέτο (δεν λέει ώρες)
70€ έως 90€ το πακέτο
68€ το πακέτο
75€ το πακέτο
Από 90€ έως 220€
Από 82€ έως 105€
Από 60€ έως 100€
Ariane – Centre d’accueil d’urgence/Κέντρο Αστέγων
- First stage (regardless of the length of stay)For the first 3 months you need to give a notification to the commune. For the next period you need to show them your contract of work&home and your insurance. You will need to show your passport or identity card and will be given a special certificate, a ‘Melding van aanwezigheid’ [notification of presence].
- Short stays for nationals of the Eu In principle, a notification of presence is sufficient for a stay on Belgian territory lasting less than three months. Note that you must nevertheless go through the procedure to obtain Annex 19 in a number of cases (see 188.8.131.52), including:if you come as an employed person. Your employer may ask for Annex 19. Enquire at the municipal administration.
- Non-permanent stays of more than three months for EU citizensa. Annex 19 (proof of application for a registration certificate)If you want to stay in Belgium for more than three months, you must apply to your municipality (commune) (hyperlink?) for a registration certificate (Annex 19) within three months of arrival. You should report to the municipality, showing your passport or identity card and your “notification of presence”.The municipal administration will ask you to give the precise reason for your stay (you are coming as an employed person, a self-employed person, a jobseeker, a student, an EEA national who can provide evidence of adequate financial resources, or as a member of an EEA national’s family). Note that you can perform the actions listed at 3.1.1 and 3.1.3 at the same time (in that event, you will immediately receive Annex 19).b. Annex 8 (registration certificate) To obtain Annex 8 (registration certificate), you must submit a number of documents to the municipal administration (Annex 19 specifies precisely which documents). You have three months (from the time of submission of the application) to submit all required documents.
- are an employed person
- are self-employed
- have sufficient financial resources to be able to support yourself
- are a student
- are a family member and are yourself an EEA national.In these cases, the municipal administration immediately issues a registration certificate (paper version). Once the address has been checked on site and everything has been found to be in order, the person in question is registered in the Aliens Register. If the result of the check is negative or if the check has not yet taken place, the registration certificate states that the person in question is on the pending register.Situation 2: the municipal administration passes the application on to the Aliens Office.If all the documents have been submitted, but the municipal administration is not competent to take a decision, it must pass the application on to the Aliens Office. This concerns in particular:
- job seekers
- people with sufficient financial resources to be able to support themselves (persons of independent means or through the intervention of a third party) family members who are themselves EEA nationals, but who cannot demonstrate family tiesSituation 3: refusal by the municipal administration.
- If you have not submitted the required documents within the set timescale, the municipal administration gives you a first copy of Annex 20, which states that you have been given an extra month to make sure that your application file is complete.
- If you are able to submit all the required documents within this extra month, the municipal administration will either give you Annex 8 immediately or pass on your case to the Aliens Office (see Situation 1 and Situation 2), depending on the circumstances.However, if you do not supply your documents in good time, you will receive a second copy of Annex 20, this time with the instruction to leave Belgian territory within 30 days.
- If you are a worker or salaried artiste, your holiday pay is paid by a holiday fund or by the National Office for Annual Leave (‘Rijksdienst voor Jaarlijkse Vakantie’ - (RJV)). The amount depends on the salary you earned during the year preceding the one in which you are taking the holidays. The amount corresponds to 15.38% of the salary you earned the previous year.
- If you are an employee, your employer pays you your holiday pay directly. It includes the salary normally owed for the holiday period plus a supplement, per month worked (including sick leave) the previous year, equal to 1/12th of 92% of your gross salary for the month during which your holiday commences. As a general rule it is paid when you take your main holiday, and at the earliest on the first working day of May of the year of the holiday.
- Mutualité Socialiste www.mutsoc.be
- Union des mutualité libérales www.mut400.be
- Mutualité Neutre de Bruxelles, Avenue de Tervueren 68-70, 1040 Bruxelles/Tél. : +32.2.733.97.40 - Fax : +32.2.733.74.21 www.mut206.be
- Mutualité Chrétienne www.mc.be
- Union Nationale des Mutualités Libres (U.N.M.L.)
- EUROMUT/ Bld Mettewie 74-76, à 1080 Bruxelles/Tél. : +184.108.40.206.111 - Fax : +220.127.116.11.999 www.euromut.be
- SECUREX/ Rue de Genève 4, à 1140 Bruxelles/ Tél. : +32.2.729.92.11 - Fax : +32.2.726.84.17/ www.securex.be
- PARTENA/ Boulevard Anspach 1, à 1000 Bruxelles/ Tél. : +32.2.549.71.11 - Fax : +18.104.22.168.74/ www.partenamut.be
Info taken from EURES and The Brussels Connection.