If you wish to visit Belgium, then you must apply for a Belgium visit visa. Since Belgium is a member of the Schengen area of Europe, its visa conditions are identical to those of other Schengen countries. This means you can fly to Belgium using the same Schengen visa you’d use to visit the other 25 Schengen countries.
When you arrive at the Belgian airport, you must show the border officials the following documents:
If you are a resident of a visa-exempt country, you will need a valid Schengen Visa, a passport, or another valid travel document. Your passport should be valid for at least three months longer than your planned stay in Belgium.
Border officials can even question you about your visit’s intent and duration.
In most cases, a Belgian Schengen visa is issued within 15 days.
In certain circumstances, this duration may be extended to 30 days.
In extraordinary circumstances, the processing period can exceed 60 days.
You can apply for your Belgian short-stay visa as soon as possible. Bear in mind, however, that you cannot apply more than three months prior to your trip to Belgium.
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