Belgium visa fee and consular service fee chart 2016-2017

BELGIUM VISA FEE
The following Chart describes the  fee for all Belgium consular service types including short term ,long term visa ,passport renew fee, documents legalization fee, documents and certificates issuance notarial deed and documents translation.

Fees for consular services

Passport
 

Major (from 18 years onwards)

 

75 €

Passport 32 pages
Minor (up to 18 years) 35 €
 

Major (from 18 years onwards)

 

240 €

 

Passport 64 pages

Minor (up to 18 years) 210 €

 

 

 

Temporary passport (1 month)

10 €
Temporary passport (1 year) 50 €
 

2. Identity card

eID (from 12 years onwards) 20 €
Kids-ID (up to 12 years) 10 €
 

3. Visa application

Visa A and C 60 €
Visa A and C (up to 6 years) 30 €
Visa A and C (between 6 and 12 years)

 

35 €
Visa A and C 35 €
(under the terms of a visa facilitation agreement)
 

Visa D

 

180 €

 

 

4.

 

 

Legalization

 

 

20 €

 

5. Emergency Travel Document (ETD) 10 €

 

 

6. Various certificates and not otherwise covered deeds or procès-verbal

 

20 €
7. Declaration of existence and issuance or legalization of a document establishing the state of war invalid

 

0 €
8. Certified translation 60 €

 

9. Certified copy 20 €

 

10. Mortuary certificate 0 €

 

11. Deed in relation to shipping 100 €

 

12. Deed concerning the civil status or nationality 10 €

 

 

 

13. Notarial deed 100 €

 

Belgium Schengen Visa fees will be waivered for the following categories:

  • Children under age 6.
  • School pupils, students, post graduate students and accompanying teachers who are undertake tripsfor Study purposes or educational training.
  • Spouses of EU/EEA citizens(EEA: Norway, Iceland, Lichtenstein) and their children, under  the 21 years of age. Visa applicants must enclose Copies of their spouses’ EU/EEA and Switzerland passport , Marriage/ Birth certificates with the Schengen visa application as proof of relationship with EU/EEA spouse or the parent.
  • Spouses of French nationals:“some categories of students” (as are also exempted: students who were granted internships from France – internships from the Pak govt, internships from the European union.
  • Diplomatic passports.
  • Service passports (except when used for private reasons).
  • Belgium Schengen visa is also waived for Researchersfrom third countries travelling within the Community for the purpose of carrying out scientific research.
  • Visa processing fees are not returned if a visa is rejected.