IMPACT – MEDIUM
The Belgian government has announced that it will decrease its filing fees for certain application types.
Additional Information: All non-exempt foreign nationals who intend to stay in Belgium for more than 90 days are required to pay a fee. More information regarding Belgium’s changes to its filing fees is available here.
BAL Analysis: Employers should take the new filing fees into account when adjusting their 2022 budgets.
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