MODIFICATIONS OF THE ONLINE LIMOSA APPLICATION AS OF 9/10/2017
What has changed?
One can make a notification up to a maximum of 24 months (instead of 12 months).
The other rules regarding the notification of the period remain unchanged, so in the construction sector and temporary employment sector notifications must still be made per project.
One must select the sector, which one is assigned to in Belgium, through a drop down field. It concerns the following sectors: construction – meat processing – agricultural sector – cleaning – security – ICT – financial institutions and insurances – production and distribution of electricity, gas and water – health care and social services – accommodation and catering – private households – metal works – electrical installation and assembly works – petrochemical industry – transport and distribution – wood and furniture industry – trade in other consumer goods – other.
In case the works fall under the Belgian construction sector (JC 124 – blue-collar workers), one must choose construction and one will have to answer a number of questions about the Belgian loyalty bonus (PDOK).
Please note: filling out the Limosa document does not result in an automatic affiliation to the PDOK and/or direct declarations. For the moment, one must still take action by oneself.
If a notification is made for temporary workers, an additional field will appear immediately. One must state the registration number of the temporary employment agency for the region in Belgium where the works are being carried out. In all other situations this field will not be visible.
In the provided field “liaison person” one must enter his/her name, date of birth, e-mail address, physical address and capacity.
If you wish to appoint a natural person within Van Havermaet Groenweghe Consultants as your liaison person, please contact us so that we can further discuss this role with you.