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.
The European Commission has decided to launch a public consultation on the perspective of digitalization of the visa procedure (E-visa) and on the creation of an EU online visa application portal, aimed at a target audience: the travel industry, European agencies directly or indirectly linked to the EU visa policy, visa applicants and the general public. Read more...
Impact of COVID-19 measurements
Due to additional pandemic restrictions enacted by the Italian government, our services will work on a reduced base.
For visa applications the delay of treatment will take up to 20 working days. E-mails will be answered within a delay of 10 working days.
We kindly ask you to refrain from calling/sending e-mails in the meantime, as this will inevitably cause longer delays for all applications/e-mails. No information will be given over the phone. Please use email only (email@example.com).
Visa applications are only treated by the Belgian Embassy in Rome for non-EU citizens who hold a legal residence in Italy. Visa applications are therefore not possible at Belgian honorary consulates in Italy.
If you require a visa to go to Belgium, you will find information on this page.
If you cannot find the information on our website, you can contact the visa section via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Important: please be advised that the attachment size is limited. You can only send up to 5MB in attachments (if you have more than one attachment, they can't add up to be more than 5MB). E-mails with an attachment size larger than 5MB will not arrive and you will not receive a message informing you that the e-mail did not arrive.
What type of visa (short stay - long stay?)
Short stay visa (visa type C) authorizes you to stay on Schengen territory for a term not longer than 3 months during a period of 6 months starting from your first entry on the territory.
Long stay visa (visa type D) authorizes you to stay in Belgium for a period longer than 90 days (students, researchers, employees, family reunification, …).
Please proceed to the menu below for the relevant information on your visa application. For most updated information you can visit the website of the Immigration Office in Belgium, at the moment only available in Dutch or French. To do so click here.
- Visa D - Long stay (stay of more than 90 days)
- Forms and required documents to download
- How to fill out the visa application form