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Goededag & salut and welcome to the Brussels Expat Forums!

The InterNations Brussels expats forum welcomes you! By becoming a member of our InterNations community in Brussels, you will easily have access to all the information that you require when relocating. From residence permit requirements or immigration documents at the Belgian consulate, the best transportation options to Antwerp or Leuven or tips about taking a trip to the French-influenced provinces of the Walloon Region – who can better help you than your fellow expatriates? By making full use of the expat forums for Brussels, you can get in touch with other global minds.

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 Brussels Expat Q&A

Planning to Study in Australia

Hello all, I’m planning to study in University of Melbourne or Monash University next year, im from...

Re: WHAT DOES WEALTH MANAGEMENT MEAN TO YOUR FAMILY

I actually agree with Alexandra and I myself am a wealth manager based in France. The idea behin...

Disappointed with your offshore investments??

As an expatriate, I am sure you have been approached by many offshore financial planners, and may h...

 Brussels Town Talk

Re: Keep One. Drop One.

Up yours;)

Re: Platform to speak up to express true feeling.

How public molestation of womanhood taking place in broad day light in the US. http://youtu.be/...

Re: Last Post

Hello, Greetings Everyone :)

 Brussels Expat Marketplace

Re: Jeep Liberty 2007 @ $11,500. Abuja, Nigeria

Abuja

Re: Consultants needed

Hi Mike, Im looking for such kind of opportunity and interested, could you send me detail on my em...

Global Wealth Trade (GWT) A Great Opportunity

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Members exchange their tips in the Brussels Expat Forums

Whether you are an expat newcomer or already veteran in Brussels, you’ll undoubtedly have plenty of questions about the life in Belgium, starting from ʺShould I study French or rather Dutch -- or even both?ʺ to questions about eating out.

Our private community offers expats in Brussels a place to share tips, and find answers to all possible expat questions. Our expat forum Brussels is open to Belgium-based expatriates from all around the world, whether you are Arabic, Greek or Hebrew.

The Expat Forum Brussels – a Place for mutual Support

Members taking part in the expat forum Brussels enjoy a platform to connect with other expats as well as internationally-minded Belgian people to receive reliable advice. With the InterNations expat forum for Brussels, you may always have a fellow expat to help overcome any issues that you may come across while living overseas.

Do you require further information on expat issues like international attorneys or postal services in town? Then you should also take a look at our Brussels Expat Guide, which is one of the many useful resources that we offer next to the expat forums. But for support on all issues with regard to the local expat life, such as ʺCan anyone recommend their favourite brasserie?ʺ, benefit from the Brussels expat forums.

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