Useful links

Below you will find useful links regarding your visa.

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Visa application form


Schengen and Airport visa application form

You can find here an example of a Schengen application form (short stay visa - C) BUT please note that the application form should be completed online (https://visaonweb.diplomatie.be). A form completed by hand will not be accepted (updated 04/02/2020): 

National visa application form


You can find here an example of a National application form (long stay visa - D) BUT please note that the application form should be completed online (https://visaonweb.diplomatie.be). A form completed by hand will not be accepted (updated 12/12/2019): 

 
Schengen visa information


What is a Schengen visa? Do I need a Schengen or Airport visa? You can find all the information on the European Commission Website.

 
Schengen Calculator


If you want to know how many days you have left on your allowed 90 days within a period of 180 days, you can use the European Commission’s Schengen calculator.

 
Contribution Fee


An additional contribution made directly to the Immigration Office is required for the processing of certain visa D applications, in which case you will be requested to submit a proof of payment of this additional contribution as a part of your visa application. If you are unable to do so at the time of the submission of your application, the application will be considered inadmissible. 
 

Belgian Immigration Office


The power of decision for access to Belgian territory, residence, establishment and removal of foreigners in Belgium is an exclusive competence of the Federal Public Service Interior (Immigration Department) in Brussels, and not of the Federal Public Service Foreign Affairs, nor of the embassies/consulates abroad. 

 
Visa Application Centre TLScontact


For easy and fast processing of your visa application, the application needs to be submitted at one of the 'Visa Application Centres' (VAC) and not at the embassy. The addresses in London, Edinburgh and Manchester, as well as all other information, can be found here: London; Edinburgh and Manchester

 
Language Form


In accordance with the Belgian legislation on the use of the languages (1966), an application file has to be analysed and decided about in one of the three national languages (Dutch, French, German). Choices of language are: French, Dutch, German or “no preference”.

Please click below, on the form of your Choice of Language: