Immigration Updates – Belgium

Belgium will officially lift its ban on non-essential travel abroad after the Easter holidays, according to a new Ministerial Decree issued on Sunday, March 21st.

The latest update of the Ministerial Decree published in the Belgian Official Journal by Interior Minister Annelies Verlinden states that the article declaring the travel ban will be replaced from Monday, April 19th.

The existing travel rules will be reinstated, which means that people from outside the European Union will not be allowed to visit Belgium for non-essential reasons. People in Belgium, on the other hand, will be allowed to travel to other EU countries for holidays again, though this is still strongly discouraged.

For detailed advice on the latest updates for travel restrictions in Belgium and Luxembourg, please contact Massimo Maesen, Partner and Practice Leader Belux of Expat Management Group:

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