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Dany  Coppens
Dany Coppens

Dear,
I am going to work to Belgium as a self-employed. I am self-employed in my country Slovakia. I would like to register in Belgium Social Insurance. Is it possible to be self-employed in my country and be registered in Belgium Social Insurance and work there? What duties I have to fulfil to fulfil all demands? Thank you

by Lubos on 05 Jun 2015 Read Answer
Filip Declercq
Filip Declercq

Hi, I am Belgian but living in Canada. I want to come to Belgium with my wife (Canadian) and kids, purchase a used vehicle. Travel around the EU for 7 months, then sell the vehicle (or possibly import it to Canada). Is it possible to insure it as a non-resident Belgian?

by David on 03 Jun 2015 Read Answer
Dany  Coppens
Dany Coppens

I live and work in Brussels and I need to insure the contents of my rental apartment. Can you give me some help as to where I apply?

by Courtenay Mitchell on 25 May 2015 Read Answer
Filip Declercq
Filip Declercq

Hello, We live in the US and are organizing our wedding party in Brussels. We are looking for an event insurance, type civil liability. We contacted several insurance companies, but they don't cover non-residents. Can you recommend a company that would offer this service to non-residents? Many thanks! This seems to be a needle in a haystack!

by Lucile on 10 Apr 2015 Read Answer
Dany  Coppens
Dany Coppens

Hi Dany,
I am Polish citizen working in brussels. I am renting an apartment and last week I had a fire. Basically everything got burned and I left with nothing. My landlord already got me replacement flat as he owns loads of places and buildings. I got lucky and moved into the other flat. There was a landlords insurance on the building so the insurance company will cover all the renovation costs for the landlord. But I don't have one. Is there any chance of any help or getting money back?
Thanks

by Marta on 08 Apr 2015 Read Answer
Dany  Coppens
Dany Coppens

Dear Sir, We recently moved to Brussels for my husband's work. I discovered I was pregnant around the time we moved here, and am due in June. We signed up for a Belgian mutuelle with hospitalisation insurance, however, there is a waiting period of 6 months, 9 months when pregnant. This means I have to pay quite some money myself for giving birth in hospital. Is there an exception possible for this waiting time due to circumstances (always been and still are also insured in the Netherlands)? Thanks

by catharina on 25 Jan 2015 Read Answer
Filip Declercq
Filip Declercq

I have just closed my bvba. I will trade as a self employed person. Do I need professional indemnity insurance?

by fred on 19 Jul 2014 Read Answer
Filip Declercq
Filip Declercq

Hello, I've just relocated to Belgium to start a new job in nearby Luxembourg. On registering in my local Commune I was told I need to sign up with a mutuelle here in BE. However my social security insurance will be covered by my employer in Luxembourg. Does that mean I need to pay 2 social security insurances - one for BE and one for Lux? Will my wife (who is also a EU citizen but does not work at the moment) need a BE and LUX social security cover as well? Thank you very much for your help!

by M. George on 26 Jun 2014 Read Answer
Filip Declercq
Filip Declercq

Greetings,
We have got a home insurance from ING and the only paper work received at that time mentioned a limit of approximately 40K EUR. Our house has been broken into in July, and close to 30k eur worth of watch and jewelry were stolen. After filing our claim,we are informed that our limit actually is 7k EUR for jjewelry and watches, and that we could have found the information on the website. iis there anything we can do, given that the document was not supplied to us before? Thanks.

by Ays on 29 Sep 2013 Read Answer
Filip Declercq
Filip Declercq

Does an ex-pat English citizen retired in 2006 and left Belgium pay a supplemental medical insurance decreed by the King of Belgium on 1 Jan 2012 whilst living in another EU country?

by Andrea Mott on 25 Mar 2013 Read Answer

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