Passport applications

On this page, you will find all information about the Belgian passport application.

Passport applications in London

Before you can apply for a new passport in London...

you must be registered with the embassy in London or with another consular post.

How do I book an appointment?

To apply for a new passport, you must book an appointment online here. You should book one appointment slot for each person aged 6 and over who is applying for a passport. You should book the appointment using the details of the person applying for a passport.

    What should I bring?

    Every applicant must attend the passport appointment in person and should bring with them:

    • A passport application form, completed and signed (paper copy): DUTCH / FRENCH
    • Your old passport
    • A credit/debit card
    • A prepaid Special Delivery envelope addressed to yourself (only if you wish to receive your new passport by post)

    You should not bring passport photos. We will take a photo at your appointment.

    Children under 18 will also need a copy of each parent’s passport/identity card. Their application form should be signed by both parents. They must be accompanied by a parent at the appointment.

    How do I pay?

    A child passport costs £31.50 and is valid for 5 years. An adult passport costs £67.50 and is valid for 7 years. We will take your card payment during the appointment. We don’t accept American Express.

    How do I receive my new passport?

    Your passport will be ready 10 working days after your appointment.

    There are two different ways you can choose to receive your passport:

    • BY POST — if you bring an envelope to the appointment, we will send the passport to you. Sending by post is at your own risk.
    • COLLECTION — you will receive an email when the passport is ready for collection. Collection without an appointment is from 9am to 12 noon on Tuesday and Thursday mornings. If you wish to come at any other time, send an email to with the time you would like to come instead.