Single permit application
National who has applied for a residence regularisation at the end of 2009
(royal decree dated 7 October 2009)
Before hiring a non-European national who has applied for a residence regularisation between 15 September 2009 and 15 December 2009, you need to obtain an authorisation. Thereto, you need to submit the following documents.
Authorisation application to employ a foreign worker for more than 90 days (regularisation royal decree 7 October 2009) - Employer in Belgium - Single permit (in French or in Dutch)
- Employment contract (in French or in Dutch)
- Medical certificate of the Immigration Office for a foreign worker (in French or in Dutch)
- Other required documents
What is the procedure?
The procedure takes four months at most from the moment Brussels Economy and Employment has the complete file until the single permit is delivered / the rejection is notified.
Contact us by e-mail only and send your dossier by e-mail.
Direction de la Migration économique
Bd du Jardin Botanique, 20
E Contact form
T +32 (0)2 204 13 99
Counters, Work permits
CCN - Brussels-North station
Rue du Progrès 80
Attention: our counters are closed until further notice due to the Covid-19 measures
Federal, Flanders, Wallonia
- Cooperation agreement on the coordination of the policies with regard to granting employment authorisations and residence permits, as well as the norms pertaining to the employment and residence of foreign workers
- Law dated 30 April 1999 on the employment of foreign workers