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Welcome to the integration programme site.

Settling in a new country may lead to queries regarding housing, health, learning the language, training opportunities, educating ones children, employment, etc. That is why Wallonia has established an integration programme.

Programme stages

Date of order of your residence permit.

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Calculate the end date of your programme.

Maximum end date of your programme.

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12 / 02 / 2022

Programme stages

Attestation

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Opérateurs partenaires FOREM + CRI

Do I have to participate in the programme?

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I have received (or I’m going to receive) my residence permit

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Have I already gone to the Regional Centre for Integration(CRI)?

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Réponse

If it has been more than a month since you received a positive response regarding your application for residency in Belgium, go to your communal administration

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A residence permit is an electronic card that you receive at the commune once your application has been accepted

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At the Regional Centre for Integration (CRI), I met someone with whom I performed a social review?

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Social review

What?
Analysis of your situation and identifying your needs and/or difficultés.

How?
Maintenance of the individual, in the form d'échanges.

Who?
With a social worker from the Centre Réregional Intégration (CRI)

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I signed an agreement with the CRI?

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An agreement is a document that you sign and by which you commit to abide. Here this commitment is established between you and the Regional Centre for Integration. It defines the integration programme stages that you need.

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I did a test to assess my level of French?

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The French assessment test is conducted at the start of your programme. A validation test can be conducted in the course of the French language course and/or at the end of your course. Achieving level A2* releases you from the obligation to attend a French course. If you do not achieve level A2, you are not sanctioned but you will have to prove that you have attended 400 hours of training. 

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I attended an information session on “rights and obligations”?

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rights and obligations information

What?
To understand how Belgium functions and your rights and obligations in terms of daily life

How?
Collective or individual session, in French or in your contact language.

Who?
With a social worker from the Regional Centre for Integration (CRI) and an interpreter if necessary.

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I attented 60 hours of a citizenship course

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Citizenship

What?
To acquire an in-depth understanding of how Belgium functions in terms of daily life (health, housing, culture, employment, etc.)

How?
Group classes

Who?
Organisations recognised by the Walloon Region.

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I attended a minimum of 400 hrs of a French course?

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French lessons

What?
Understanding, speaking and writing in French. 

How?
Group classes (evaluation before and after).

Who?
Organisations recognised by the Walloon Region.

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I have a certificate proving that my level of French is A2 or above?

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French lessons

What?
Understanding, speaking and writing in French. 

How?
Group classes (evaluation before and after).

Who?
Organisations recognised by the Walloon Region.

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I attended 4 hours of guidance towards a Socio-Professional Integration (ISP) scheme?

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Socio-Professional Integration

What?
Job assistance. 

How?
Information session and/or individual appointment.

Who?
FOREM and/or CRI.

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I have a certificate proving that I’ve been released from guidance towards an “insertion socio-professionnelle - ISP” (Socio-Professional Integration) scheme?

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Réponse

The étapes that are not validées by a green point are those that’it remains for you to do before you can receive your final statement. You can make contact with your référent the course in order to take stock of your situation. Contact the CRI corresponding to your commune.

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Socio-Professional Integration (ISP)

What?

Job assistance. 

How?

Information session and/or individual appointment.

Who?

FOREM and/or CRI.

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I received a final attendance certificate issued by the CRI?

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Congratulations, you have completed your integration programme!

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The stages that are not validated by a green point are the ones left to complete before receiving your final certificate. You may contact your programme advisor in order to review your situation. Contact the CRI corresponding to your commune.

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When your programme has been completed you will receive a certificate that proves your participation in the integration programme. The certificate, which is transmitted to the commune and the CPAS –Public Centre for Social Action  (if you receive an income from CPAS), can also serve you in procedures to apply for nationality and to extend your residence permit, among others. Keep it safe!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q.
Do I have to participate in the integration programme?
R.

The integration programme is COMPULSORY* for foreign-nationality newcomers residing in French-speaking Wallonia aged between 18 and 65, who have been legal residents for less than 3 years and who hold a residence permit exceeding 3 months.

*Comment: there are people who are exempt and dispensed from this obligation.

Q.
If I have taken the “Citizenship” course, do I have to attend the “rights and obligations” session?
R.

YES, the programme stages can be undertaken in random order, however, all the stages must be undertaken (except for the FLEFrench lessons if your level of French is sufficient and you can also be exempted from the socio-professional integrationphase if you already have a job).

Q.
Can I take the initiative to register myself for a course (French lessons, socio-professional integration, citizenship)?
R.

YES, however, it is preferable to seek guidance from your programme advisor, as not all bodies are accredited.

Contacts

CAI - Namur
CeRAIC - La Louvière
CIMB -

Mons et Borinage

CRIBW - Brabant Wallon
CRIC - Charleroi
CRILUX - Luxembourg
CRIPEL - Liège
CRVI -

Verviers

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