Removals and Moving to Belgium
Removals to Belgium has never been easier.
We are a specialist removals company offering fully insured removals services between Ireland and Belgium.
Being based in Galway allows us to effectively serve the whole of the Ireland, providing a cost effective and reliable solution to your needs.
Galway based Removal Company specialized in removals to Belgium with door to door deliveries to and from the Ireland, moving and storage at very attractive prices.
We offer a storage facility for all our customers (storage and handling charges would apply)
MOVING TO BELGIUM
When you plan to move to Belgium, remember that Belgium is a multicultural and multilingual country. If you are moving to Belgium, and if you hold EU/EEA passport or identity card, you are free to move to Belgium for up to 3 months and look for a job or business. If you are moving to Belgium for working in Belgium, you should register at the local town hall within 8 days of arrival. This is necessary when you look for work with an E303 form.
When you have decided on moving to Belgium, you will have no problem with finding an accommodation for living in Belgium because houses are available in plenty. You need not sign any contract with an agent but only with the landlord. The standard lease of houses is for 3, 6, or 9 years and leases for shorter periods are also available. If you wish to invest in real estate in Belgium, you can choose either direct acquisition of real estate in Belgium, or construction of a new building. The purchase of the real estate in Belgium is taxed by way of Registration duties and VAT.
When you move to Belgium, and if you are planning to take your pets with you, you should obtain a veterinarian’s certificate issued not less than 30 days prior to moving to Belgium. Dogs and cats need not pass through quarantine. A health certificate is required to be produced from a veterinary surgeon.
When you are moving to Belgium, you must declare your car at the Belgian customs office with the required documents. If you are moving to Belgium from a non EU country, then you must pay import duty and VAT.
When you start living in Belgium, you will realize that Belgians are famous for their love for beer. The people are said to be reserved and cautious. Education is compulsory till 18 years but it is advisable for you to secure admission for your wards if you plan on living in Belgium. As you start your living in Belgium, you will notice the dense traffic network in Belgium. Taxis, buses, trains, and airways are the modes of travel here.
The cost of living in Belgium is high and the system is such that the income is distributed relatively evenly. The salary as you start working in Belgium is determined by collective labor agreements. You will observe once you start living in Belgium, that the country has a temperate climate with year round rainfall and mild winters and warm summers.
Belgium provides many new options for the Belgian expatriate community. The large Belgian expatriate community has developed its own social activities with clubs and societies with diverse range of pastimes, interests and national backgrounds. The Allo’ Expat Belgium is quite popular.
When you start working in Belgium, you will observe that salary depends on your age and taxes are high. Usually for executive cadre, the salary offered is high. While working in Belgium, you will be entitled for a oliday and sometimes a performance related bonus too.