Travel Visas to Belgium
Belgium is part of the Schengen Zone, which means that your visa for Belgium is good for all of the countries in the immigration group and vice versa. So time spent in France will count towards your total in Belgium etc…
Many travelers who can enter without a pre-arranged visa are given 90 days on arrival. Once this time is up you must exit the entire Schengen zone for at least 91 days before returning.
Nationals from the following countries can enter without arranged visa:
The USA, Canada, Mexico, all the countries of Central America, Venezuela, French Guiana, Brazil, Paraguay, Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, Japan, and South Korea.
The rest must apply for a visa in advance.
For more information on visas to Belgium, go to Schengen Visa Questions.
Frequently asked questions about visas to Belgium
Can I work on a tourist visa?
No. You must apply for a work visa or have permission to work in connection with a residency permit to take employment in Belgium.
More information about travel visas
Read more information about Belgium
- Belgium Travel Guide
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