Travelling between Belgium and your home country
During holidays, you’ll probably want to travel from Belgium to your home country. You can choose to drive or you can travel by plane or bus. IMPACT will partly reimburse your petrol or ticket costs one time.
- By car
- By bus
- By plane
What should you pack?
To ensure that your trip goes smoothly, it’s crucial to bring your personal documents with you. Also think about packing practical everyday items and items that have personal meaning to you.
Be sure to bring documents such as your driving licence, your ID card and your bank account number, as well as a copy of your birth certificate and marriage certificate.
Bring enough money for the first few weeks. Don’t forget things like clothes, sheets, blankets, pillows, and your toothbrush.
You should also bring some personal items that have sentimental value to you, as well as devices like your smartphone or tablet.
Experts, just like you
Get inspired by the stories of other international experts who found work in Belgium via IMPACT.
Piotr - Kitchen worktop maker
Marek - Furniture painter
We support you before and after you arrive
Leaving your home country for a job abroad means stepping out of your comfort zone. To make sure things go smoothly, an IMPACT colleague will serve as your personal coach and guide. Think of him or her as a confidential advisor who will tell you all about living and working in Belgium.
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