Visa for Belgium
Mandatory form for travel to Belgium
From August, 1st, all persons returning to Belgium and all persons travelling through Belgium and who are staying at least 48 hours must fill out an identification form (Passenger Locator Form). You can find this form here.
Information on the GDPR
In the context of the Coronavirus crisis and to prevent the virus from further spreading, the external borders of the European Union / Schengen area are temporarily closed to people travelling from a non-European Union / Schengen country, who are non EU-nationals, non-residents or make a non-essential journey.
Until further notice: very few visa applications can be received. Please send an email to the Embassy to check if you can apply. email@example.com
If you already hold a visa and you are planning to travel to Europe, please contact your airline to ensure you will be allowed on board
For Israeli citizens travelling to Belgium
Israeli citizens traveling to Belgium or any other Schengen country do not need a visa if they do not stay in the Schengen area more than 90 days in a 180-day period. When travelling to Belgium, their passport must be valid for at least 3 months after the end of their intended stay in Belgium.
For visa for longer stays in Belgium, please see below.
All the information concerning visa applications for Belgium is available on the website of the Foreigners Department of the FPS Home Affairs, which is the competent Belgian authority for access to the territory, stay, residence and removal of foreigners in Belgium. All visa applications must be handed in latest 3 weeks before your departure.
You will find the notes below on different types of visa applications. These notes give you general information as well as the list of the documents that must be produced when you apply for the visa. Please read these notes carefully and send any question you may have by mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Long term visa (visa D) applications for:
Short term visas (visa C) applications for: