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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.



Since 11 June 2017 the holders of a Ukrainian biometric passport are exempted of the obligation of a visa for their short stay visits to the Schengenarea.

You will find more instructions on following website  http://openeurope.in.ua/

If you are holding a non-biometric Ukrainian passports, the Schengenvisa stays compulsory.

If you are holding 2 Ukrainian passports – a biometric one and a non-biometric one, you must use the biometric passport for your travels.

Ukrainian citizens wishing to stay for a long period in Belgium (more than 90 days), must apply for a type-D Belgian visa, whether they hold a non- biometric or a biometric passport.


Information on the GDPR

General Data Protection Regulation. Information to be provided to applicants concerning the processing of personal data in the Visa Information System (VIS) provided upon short stay visa applications

Privacy statementProcessing of personal data in the context of a visa application



New contribution for visa LONG stay - D

Since the 2nd of March 2015, a contribution is required for the processing of certain long stay (D) visa applications.

This contribution can be paid by either the applicant or a third person (family members, acquaintance, sponsor, guarantor, etc.). This contribution should be paid into the account of the Immigration Office in Belgium.

The proof of payment of this contribution needs to be presented at the time of the introduction of the visa application. Should the applicant be unable to provide a proof of payment, the visa application will be deemed inadmissible.

This contribution is to be paid on top of the handling fee of the long stay visa (handling fee = 180 EUR). The handling fee will still need to be paid at the time of the application. An exemption of the handling fee for certain types of visa, does not necessarily mean that the contribution is also exempted.

We therefore recommend you to carefully consult the website of the Immigration Office with regards to the amount of the contribution and the manner in which this is to be paid.


  • Any bank charges or charges related to the transfer will need to be borne by the applicant or whomever performs the transfer.
  • In the event that you have not paid the full amount, you will have an additional 30 days to transfer the additional amount. If you do not provide the proof that the full amount was paid within this period, the amount already paid will not be reimbursed and the application will be inadmissible.
  • The contribution will likewise not be reimbursed in the event of a refusal of the visa.
  • Info phone for visa : Monday through Friday, between 9 - 12.30 and 13.30-16.00h (Ukrainian time) on the number +38 044 529 41 41

Changes in Schengen visa application process

As part of the worldwide introduction of the Visa Information System (VIS), the Schengen States will launch the VIS in Ukraine (and in other Eastern Partnership countries) on 23 June 2015. The VIS has already started in sixteen (out of 23) world regions since October 2011. By end November 2015 all Schengen consulates worldwide will be connected to VIS. Read more...

Visa Facilitation Agreement