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Registering as a student residing in Ghent

Question

Hello,
As a student with an EU passport, I have sent all the required documents to the email address specified by the city authorities: an "arrival form," an enrollment certificate, and scans of my ID and health insurance card. I did this in late September. I still haven't heard from them, let alone had a visit from the police so that they would confirm that I actually live where I claim to, which is supposedly the first step of the procedure. Is this normal, and how long does this procedure usually take?
Thanks in advance.

Answer
DrZwieback Dec 14, 2017 10:42

By the way, should I expect complications of any sort if I were to change my address before they even get around to confirming the current one?

Answer
Edi Dec 14, 2017 10:54 Marked as helpful by the topicstarter

go to city hall and ask again. Normally you should have received your E card of 5 years.

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