• The Law in the Kingdom of Belgium prevents the entry of any person to the country without having a return ticket in advance; it might be required by the immigration officials, which could expose the person to custody and accountability, and even deportation.

  • (If you intend to visit only one of the States members of the Schengen area, you must submit an application to the Embassy or Consulate of that State, if you intend to visit several Schengen countries, you must apply for a visa at the Embassy or Consulate of the country of your main intended destination, if you intend to visit several States in the Schengen area and you don’t have a major destination, you must submit the application to the Embassy or Consulate of the country which will be your first point of entry to the region) a major destination means the country in which the visitor will stay longer during the European visit.

  • Duration of authorized period of visit will be stated on the visa, and in cases of force majeure which force the visitor to stay longer, the law stipulates that the visitor should notify the Passports and Immigration Department in advance, providing a formal evidence supporting the request or obtain a new visa. The Embassy 'll be happy to advise on this.

  • It is necessary to be clear when providing information requested by the Passport and Immigration officers at ports of entry in terms of the purpose of the visit, the duration and place of residence so that you avoid any uncertainties, which might lead to deport the visitor upon arrival.

  • If you wish to travel from the Kingdom of Belgium to other countries outside the European Union you must make sure to obtain an entry visa from their embassies in the Kingdom if required.

  • Respect the public laws, morals, culture, privacy, customs and traditions of each society as violations are punishable by law.

  • Belgian authorities prevent women from wearing the Niqab ' Burqa ' in public and it is against the laws.

  • You must register with the administrative office your municipality area the moment you get an accommodation.