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The Belgian government launched a new 12-month residence permit on Aug. 16 for recent graduates who are still seeking employment.
Additional Information: EU/EEA students, including Swiss students and U.K. students with M-cards, do not need to apply for a search year permit; they have unlimited access to the Belgian labor market. Individuals can submit their search permit applications here. More information regarding the permit can be found on this website.
BAL Analysis: The Belgian government created the permit to give foreign nationals additional time to find employment in the country as part of the EU Students and Researchers Directive.
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