Working holiday visa insurance Belgium WHV
About to be expatriated in Belgium for a WHV? And currently looking for a WHV insurance for your working holiday visa Belgium (WHV)? Have a look on our selection of contracts. You can quote some solutions online. Otherwise, you have access to conditions and tariffs on the specific pages. If you need any support or advise, use the contact form.
Working holiday visa Belgium – your WHV insurance
If you stay abroad 12 months or more, an expat plan is accurate.
Indigo Expat WelCome
Indigo Expat WelCome is a comprehensive plan. It is available for expatriates residing in the EU. Finally, check conditions and do your quote online.
⇒ Indigo Expat WelCome (1st €)
Indigo Expat Junior
Indigo Expat Junior is a plan dedicated to young expatriates. This means expatriates aged between 18 and 29 years old. It is available for expatriates from EU (nationality). Or for expatriates having another nationality and residing in the EU. Rates, as well as conditions, are available on this page.
⇒ Indigo Expat Junior (< 30)
Working holiday visa Belgium – WHV insurance
If you stay abroad 12 months or less, a “travel insurance” is convenient.
Start Expat is a pack, which includes medical, assistance and personal liability. The medical plan covers accident and unforseen illness. Finally, it fits for stays aborad between 1 and 12 months.
Info on the working holiday visa Belgium
European citizens as well as citizens from European Economic Area or Switzerland do not need a visa.
- Age: between 18 and 30 yo
- Cost of the visa: –
- Duration max: 12 months
- Quota: n/a
- Requirements: approx. 2 500 Euro + flight tickets
- Insurance: WHV insurance required
- Jobs: travel must be the main goal during the stay
- Renewal: not possible
Update: August 2020
WHV form and request
Useful links for working holiday visa Belgium
First of all, please find here after useful web pages for medical and security aspects:
Then, you can have a look on this web site:
Kingdom of Belgium
Main cities: Brussels, Antwerpen, Gand, Charleroi, Liège
Currency: Euro (EUR)
Area: 30,689 km²
Official languages: German, French, Dutch
Bruges canals, Antwerp fashion, decadent chocolate, mussels and chips. Belfries and castles, crazy carnivals, Tintin and Trappist beers, etc. How could anyone call Belgium boring?!
Since at least Roman times, what we now call Belgium has regularly found itself in the path of invaders. Cities have been ravaged and brutal conflicts have raged, not least in the last two centuries.
Source: Wikipedia, Lonely planet
Legal considerations for working holiday visa Belgium
Note that subscribing to working holiday visa insurance does not free you from local regulation. Our plans are not substitute for local mandatory insurances. The above data are just for information, and does not represent a legal advise or an advise.