Bulgarians Among Most Frequently Expelled from Belgium in 2012

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The Bulgarians were among the foreign nationals who were expelled from Belgium most frequently in 2012. 

The five countries, topping the list, according to frequency of expulsions are Albania, Morocco, Romania, Bulgaria and Brazil. 

According to Belgian law, EU citizens can be expelled from the country only if they did not manage to set up their legal residence on time, or if they committed a serious felony, punishable by five years in prison or more.

The Belgian migration authorities points out that the data for 2013 is not yet fully analysed.

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