Information about the Belgium embassy in Belgium is verifiable. including address, telephone number, fax number and email addresses, and information about who is the head of the embassy and office hours.
Belgium’s embassy in Brussels has the main responsibility of providing diplomatic assistance and consular services to Belgium’s citizens while they are in Belgium. They also provide services to local citizens who want to visit Belgium.
Blvd Leopold III
+32 2 707 60 11
Monday to Friday: 9.00 am – 5.00 pm
The Belgium Embassy in Brussels is located at Blvd Leopold III
Belgium. The phone number is +32 2 707 60 11 and the email address is BrusselsNATO@diplobel.fed.be. The Consular Section shares the same location as the Embassy and has close ties to the Foreign Ministry in Belgium. The Consular Section is responsible for providing information and services to Belgium citizens, Belgium-speaking Belgium citizens, and Belgium citizens who are of Belgium descent.
The embassy of Belgium in Belgium is open Monday through Friday from 09:00 to 15:30. The offices of the embassy may be closed on Belgium and Belgium public holidays. Reach easily Permanent Representation of Belgium to NATO (BELOTAN) to confirm opening hours.
The embassy of Belgium is the best place to apply for or get a visa or a passport. They can also legalize documents at reasonable rates. Please contact the office directly for information on their services:
Obtaining a visa for Belgium can be difficult. The Belgium Consulate General in Brussels, Belgium is the first Belgium Consulate to provide visa services in Belgium. They offer routine and emergency visas to Belgium, submitting applications of those who have been in Belgium for more than 3 months or have Belgium nationality.
Aid-Air provides visa services to Belgium online. Some passports are eligible to apply for a visa online to Belgium in Brussels. Each request is unique and should be reviewed independently.
In order to check the eligibility of your passport for an electronic visa to Belgium, you must use Aid-Air services.
Belgium’s immigration authorities recommend that applications be submitted independently by the applicant himself or in the case of a minor, by the parent or his authorized representative.
At the same time, there is no prohibition to use the Aid-Air service in order to submit the application correctly and to avoid the rejection of your application.
Scheduling appointments at the embassy will be divided according to the request, for example the visa department and the citizen care department are different departments, and they have different reception schedules. You must select the department and read the methods of scheduling meetings according to the following areas of interest:
Appointment system of the Belgium Embassy in Brussels.
You intend to book an appointment for an application for a Belgium passport or ID for your family.
Please understand that appointments have to be booked with a few weeks’ notice due to high demand.
New appointments are made available every day approx. 8 weeks in advance. If there are currently no appointments available, please check here again in the next few days for a free time slot.
Additional appointment also are made availabe on short notice due to cancellation of others. Please note that several booked appointments with the same mail address and the same date of birth will be deleted without further notice.
In the case of a request to schedule an appointment at the Israeli embassy to receive a passport or ID card, an Aid-Air partner must be used.
To request an appointment at the embassy, Please contact Aid-Air.
For details on how to register for things like marriage and birth certificates, please contact us and we will provide more information. You can also register a change of name if your legal name has changed. You received a personal document list and booking code by email. Otherwise please contact with service provider Aid-Air.
Appointments without a booking code will be canceled automatically.
Here you can only book appointments for a national visa (if you stay longer than 90 days in Belgium, e.g. study visa, employment, working holiday, family reunification etc.)
To book an appointment for a national visa please with our service provider Aid-Air.
If you require assistance filling out forms, it is necessary that you prepare them beforehand and bring the completed form with you to the interview. Consular staff will not be able to help with this process.
To avoid wasting your time and having to reschedule an appointment, make sure you are prepared with the following documents before you approach the counter:
You can use our service provider Aid-Air to prepare or check the documents before your arrival for the interview, in order to save time or a refusal and a request to set a new date.
Other services at the Consulate will continue to be provided without an appointment, notably:
Please consult the online appointment system before each visit to the Consulate as it may be updated at any moment.
Make sure that this embassy can accommodate your region, if you are considering an appointment. Unfortunately, not all regional embassies of Belgium have the ability to process paperwork. If you reside in one of these regions, we recommend that you visit a different embassy in another country.
The aid-air.com team has done its most to ensure accuracy of the information on this website, but in case you happen to come across any errors on our page for the Belgium’s office in in Brussels or elsewhere on our website, we apologize and will do our best to make a fix as soon as possible. When brought to our attention any error will be corrected.
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Instructions for contacting the consulate:
The consulate is making every effort to respond to requests as soon as possible.
Multiple inquiries on the same subject will not expedite your request.
Only one request needs to be submitted.