Apply for Belgium Tourist from Dubai with Go Kite Tours. Located in northwestern Europe, Belgium is one of the smallest and most densely populated European countries.
The most obvious reason to visit this European country is for the outstanding architecture, picturesque small towns on lakes, and even the bigger Antwerp city has many things to offer its visitors. The most popular tourist destination in Belgium is the town of Bruges which welcomes visitors with the picturesque, charming and impossibly quaint town.
Tourist Visa to Belgium
Most travellers do need a tourist visa to enter Belgium, especially if you are travelling from Asia and Middle-eastern. The Belgium tourist visa also knowns as the Schengen short term travel visa is a travel document that allows you to enter Belgium and travel to other Schengen destinations.
The Belgium Tourist visa is issued for those who want to visit the country for Leisure purposes (Tourism purposes, or visiting your friends or family). The travellers who entered Belgium on a tourist visa must not take up gainful employment during their stay and they should exceed the visa validity.
All tourist visa holders are not allowed to work or study in Belgium. Therefore, you must apply for a work permit or student visa or any other type of visa based on your intention of staying.
If you are holding a Tourist Visa (Schengen Visa) issued by Belgium you are also allowed to travel to the below-listed Schengen countries:
Any person who is residing in any of the seven emirates of the UAE and who have a valid UAE residency (Minimum three months validity), and do not belong to any of the Schengen visa-exempt categories, Can apply for a tourist visa to Belgium from Dubai or Abu Dhabi. If you belong to any of the below-listed countries you can apply for a tourist visa to Belgium from Dubai.
Passport: Home country passport with a minimum of six months validity. The new passport should have a minimum of 3 blank pages and also should submit the old passport if any.
Application Form: Duly filled application form issued by the Embassy of Germany. Fully concluded in English or German and signed and dated by the applicant himself ( signed by both parents in case of minors, below the age of 18)
Valid UAE Residency: Emirates ID and Copy of the stamped residency visa (valid at least three months from the date of expiry of the requested visa / intended end of the journey)
For GCC Nationals- Copy of valid Emirates ID card
Personal Photograph: 2 recent colour photographs
Personal Covering letter: Stating the intention of the travel and details of family members travelling.
Medical Insurance- Overseas Travel Insurance
Requirements: Valid for the entire period of the requested visa and for all Schengen countries. Minimum coverage 30,000 € and repatriation. (Medical insurances of credit cards are not accepted). Conditions must be stated either on an insurance document or on a separate verification letter
Letter from local employer/sponsor (NOL): Including name, postal address and telephone number of sponsor/company, with details about applicant’s working position, starting date of employment and salary and expected date to resume duties and intention of travel. Also valid trade license copy for investor/partner of the company.
In case of dependents- Sponsors valid passport copy and UAE residence visa to be attached with the cover letter.
Additional documents for minors below the age of 18 (if applicable) – proving legal parenthood: Copy of either birth certificate/proof of adoption/custody decree, if parents are divorced / death certificate of parent (Consulate reserves the right to request the original document at a later stage). Documents, need to be translated into either German or English. “Letter of consent” (Authorization of Minors) from parents, including passport copies and valid UAE residence visa copies of both parents/ legal guardian.