Working in Belgium: Limosa
You are a foreign employer and you want to employ your employees temporarily or partially in Belgium.
You are an independent established abroad and you come to work temporarily or partially in Belgium.
Then you first have to report these activities.
How to start
- Create an account
Before being able to do Limosa-reports, you have to dispose of a username and password. So first, you have to make an account.
- Report your activities with the online-service "Limosa-reporting duty"
When perform as non-Belgian employer or independent temporary or partially assignments in Belgium, you have to - after making an account - report your activities in Belgium beforehand.
The Limosa-reporting duty is your key to proper temporary or partial employment in Belgium.
- Are there other obligations that you must satisfy?
Besides the reporting duty, you possibly have to meet other obligations. Some of these legal obligations require additional administrative formalities and/or financial contributions. For others you have to respect certain minimum requirements.
To help you further, you can find hereby an overview of these other obligations that could maybe apply in the framework of a temporary employment / service in Belgium.
Before you come to Belgium:
- Travel documents
- Residence permit
- Employment authorisation
- Professional card
- Professional skills
- Enterprise number
- Community transport permit
While you are staying in Belgium: