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 Embassy in Baku does not issue visa. Do not send us requests concerning visa. We can't help you. You will find below an overview of the appropriate authorities to whom you may address your visa applications and questions.
The only exceptions to this rule are two elements pertaining to student visa applications: the Embassy of Belgium in Baku can (1) confirm medical certificates and (2) legalize signatures on so-called 'Commitments that charge will be taken' (also called Annex 32). You will find all information regarding the Annex 32 on this website. Unless you have further questions about these specific procedures, do not contact the Embassy of Belgium in Baku, but send your questions directly to the appropriate authorities listed below.
General information concerning visa applications for Belgium is available on the website of the Foreigners Department of the FPS Home Affairs, which is the competent Belgian authority for access to the territory, stay, residence and removal of foreigners in Belgium. You should read the information on this website carefully before contacting the authorities listed below.
Applying for a visa from Azerbaijan
Applying for a visa from Georgia
Important : in line with the visa liberalisation agreement between the EU and Georgia, Georgian citizens may be exempted of the visa obligation for short stays in the Schengen zone. However, travellers are still required to bring along all required documents. More information on the legally required documents is available here : link (FR) or link (NL). The rules regarding the maximal duration of stay (max. 90 days in a 180-day period) remains also applicable to Georgian citizens.