Visa for Belgium
COVID-19 update : Re-opening of the visa section
From June, 15th Belgium will open its borders for travel to and from the European Union, including the United Kingdom and the four other Schengen countries (Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Iceland and Norway), provided the epidemiologic situation in Belgium and in the country in question keeps developing positively.
As a consequence, the visa section of the Belgian Embassy in Berlin will re-open.
For visa applications which were already sent and were on hold due to COVID-19: all applicants will receive a personalized e-mail in which they will be asked whether they still want to go ahead with the application. In case of positive reply, the visa will be processed asap, in chronological order. We kindly ask you to refrain from calling/sending e-mails in the meantime, as this will inevitably cause longer delays for all applications.
If you require a visa to go to Belgium, you will find information on this page.
Visa applications are only handled by the Belgian Embassy in Berlin for non-EU citizens who hold legal residence in Germany.
You are invited to send your application per registered post to the following address:
Belgian Embassy in Berlin
If you cannot find the information on our website, you can contact the visa section via e-mail: email@example.com.
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.