The Easiest Countries to Gain EU Residency

Belgium

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2. Belgium

Did somebody say waffles and chocolate? If you like giant waffles and delectable chocolates,  you may want to think about migrating to Belgium.

All you will have to do is secure yourself a job to qualify for residency, showing that you can take care of yourself financially. You need to have an address in the country, even if you don’t live there full time. And if you keep this financial security and address for a solid seven years, you will be granted citizenship, because after seven years, citizenship is seen as your right.

And who wouldn’t want to stay in a country that may very well have single handedly made breakfast (and dessert) better for people all over the world?

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