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Find au pair from Belgium

Welcome your au pair in 2 months
  • Affordable, flexible and reliable childcare in Belgium
  • An au pair comes and lives with you in your home
  • The au pair helps with the kids and housekeeping
  • It’s an amazing cultural exchange for your kids!

Hosting an au pair in Belgium

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Lovely people, beautiful cities and the finest beers. No wonder our au pairs love to visit your country!
Aside from the obvious benefits of hosting an au pair, it can also be pretty stressful. What about your privacy? We have experienced that you don't have to worry about that at all. Au pairs love to go on adventures, they are adventurous types! Especially in a beautiful country like Belgium, who wouldn't want to make memories, experience the wonderful history and get to know the warm & welcoming culture that Belgium is known for?
More info about hosting an au pair in Belgium
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Questions of other host families in Belgium

When do I have to pay the €1000,- euro fee?

You pay after we’ve found you your perfect au pair.

What are the rules for au pairs in Belgium?

As an au pair:

  • You are between 18 and 25 years old (up to 30 years old for EU citizens).
  • You are unmarried and have no children.
  • You have never had a work permit before in Belgium.
  • You have a basic knowledge of either Dutch, French or German (depending on the region where you want to go).
  • You have a school-leaving qualification which allows you to attend university or can you prove that you attended school up to the age of 17.
  • You can cover the expenses of your au pair stay and your return trip.
How much do I have to pay the au pair?

An au pair is entitled to board, lodging and pocket money. In Belgium the minimum pocket money is €450 per month. In addition to board, lodging and pocket money, an au pair is also entitled to at least two days off per week.

In addition, if an au pair stays with the family for a year, she is entitled to two weeks of paid vacation. To ensure that the au pair does not exceed the maximum number of working hours of 20 hours, it is important to make a work schedule. This contains the hours that the au pair works for your family. 

What if the video calls with candidates don't lead to a match?

It happens! It’s unfortunate, but of course we will do our best to find you another candidate who better suits your family.

How long can an au pair stay in Belgium?

An au pair can stay for a maximum of one year in Belgium.

Does my au pair need to register in Belgium?

If the au pair comes from a EU/EFTA country:

Step 1: The au pair needs a valid identity card or passport

Step 2: The au pair needs to register with local municipality in Belgium

If the au pair is not from a EU/EFTA country:

Step 1: The au pair needs a valid identity card or passport

Step 2: The au pair needs to apply for a work and employment permit

Step 3: Apply for a visa

Step 4: Registration with the local municipal authority in Belgium

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Costs to find au pair in Belgium

Administration fee

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Read experiences of other host families

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What's it like to host an au pair well looking at this lovely picture of a dad and his kids laughing with the au pair it seems like a lot of fun
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