Visa to Belgium

Consular Services™ assists with One Stop Visa to Belgium (visum naar België / Belgique / Belgien) in Schengen and Europe from Thailand, whether it is about Visitor Visa, Tourist Visa, Au Pair Visa, Student Visa or another Visa as well as Family Reunion/Reunification.

You can find more information about our visa packages and promotions at: Visa To Schengen. Otherwise you can get more information about our visa packages by sending us an email. You can find our contact information under Contact.

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Required documents for a Belgian Visa depends on the type of Visa and personal situation but might be such as:

  • Travel health insurance (coverage of 30.000 Euro)
  • Flight reservation
  • Proof of accommodation
  • Strong links to Thailand
  • Evt. a letter of employment and leave permission
  • Invitation from the sponsor
  • Original of a guarantee letter from the sponsor
  • Proof of recent income of the sponsor
  • And/or sufficiency of funds
  • Proof that you have met each other
  • Etc.

More about our service:

Our service is to assist with the visa application. We are however not associated with any embassy (or consulate), but we are a private consultancy. Thus, we do not sell or provide visas, and, like any embassy, we cannot guarantee a visa. And our fee does not include fee to the embassy (and visa center), travel insurance and flight ticket.

But our fee includes services as:

  • Assistance with the Invitation Letter in case of Business or Visitor Visa
  • Looking through the Application and the Check List
  • Help with eventual missing documents as e.g. passport
  • Translation of eventual relevant documents (one translation is included in our fee)
  • Necessary photos and photocopies
  • Filling in the Application according to your information
  • Coordinating and reservation of air ticket, if needed
  • Coordinating and issuing of travel insurance, if needed (the cost of insurance is not included)
  • Evaluation and making the Application ready
  • Making an appointment at the visa center/embassy, if required
  • Escort to the visa center/embassy to deliver the application
  • Picking up the visa/travel documents at the visa center/embassy, if needed
  • Issuing of air ticket (the cost of ticket is not included)
  • For an extra fee, transfer to the airport and assistance with check in
  • All forms are free at the visa center/embassy in Bangkok, but for some countries the sponsor needs to pick up forms or documents at a local authority or bank (they might charge a fee)

A little bit about Belgian culture from www.wikipedia.org:

“Despite its political and linguistic divisions, the region corresponding to today’s Belgium has seen the flourishing of major artistic movements that have had tremendous influence on European art and culture. Nowadays, to a certain extent, cultural life is concentrated within each language Community, and a variety of barriers have made a shared cultural sphere less pronounced. Since the 1970s, there are no bilingual universities in the country except the Royal Military Academy, no common media and no single large cultural or scientific organisation in which both main communities are represented. The forces that once held the Belgians together – Roman Catholicism and economic and political opposition to the Dutch – are no longer strong.

Folklore plays a major role in Belgium’s cultural life: the country has a comparatively high number of processions, cavalcades, parades, ‘ommegangs’ and ‘ducasses’, ‘kermesse’ and other local festivals, nearly always with an originally religious or mythological background. The Carnival of Binche with its famous Gilles and the ‘Processional Giants and Dragons’ of Ath, Brussels, Dendermonde, Mechelen and Mons are recognised by UNESCO as Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity.

Other examples are the Carnival of Aalst; the still very religious processions of the Holy Blood in Bruges, Virga Jesse Basilica in Hasselt and Basilica of Our Lady of Hanswijk in Mechelen; 15 August festival in Liège; and the Walloon festival in Namur. Originated in 1832 and revived in the 1960s, the Gentse Feesten have become a modern tradition. A major non-official holiday is the Saint Nicholas Day, a festivity for children and, in Liège, for students.”