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Belgian Embassy for Austria - Address / Phone Number

Belgian Embassy for Austria

Belgian Embassy in Austria

Address: Prinz-Eugen-Strasse 8-10, 1040 Wien
City: Vienna (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +2 hours)
Tel.:  (+43 / 1) 502 07 - 0
Fax: (+43 / 1) 502 07 22, 502 07 11
Emergency tel.: (+43 / (0) 664) 450 92 11 

Working hours: Monday to Friday 9.00 – 12.00, 14.00 – 16.00
Consular hours: Monday to Friday 9.00 – 12.00, 14.00 – 16.00

Belgian Embassy ensures all co-nationals protection against the violation of their fundamental rights and the limitation or privation of their personal freedom. They also ensure emergency assistance; help in locating family members, inheritance procedures initiated abroad and for the repatriation of mortal remains. The consular services include:

  • Registry
  • Health and economic assistance
  • Repatriation and repatriation for health reasons
  • Consular protection
  • Citizenship
  • Notary services
  • Electoral services
  • Passports
  • Pensions
  • Civil status
  • Study
  • Adoption
  • Visas, etc.

If your lost or stolen identity card was your only travel document while staying in Austria, and you have a direct flight back to Belgium, most airline carriers accept the police certificate together with a valid plane ticket. Please check with your airline or travel agent. If you are flying to Belgium via another country, you have to apply for an ETD (Emergency Travel Document) or a temporary passport.

The temporary passport is valid for all the countries and the validity is 6 months from the date of delivery. You need the following documents: application form, 2 photos, your identity card or other proof of identity, in case you have lost your passport, a police certificate stating that is also needed. The handling fee has to be paid when the application is introduced, and the passport has to be picked up personally as it has to be signed before it can be finished. Note that the Belgian temporary passport is not recognized by all the countries as a valid travel document or there might be some other restrictions concerning the validity.

Having your name registered in the population register kept by a Belgian consulate or embassy abroad entitles you to benefit from the same services as those provided by municipal authorities in Belgium, i.e. the management of your administrative file. Registering allows the embassy or consulate to assist you more efficiently when issuing an identity card, issuing consular certificates (e.g. residence certificates, registration certificates, certificates of nationality, 'household composition' certificates, cohabitation etc.). You may also participate in some elections in Belgium (federal general elections, and European elections if you reside in an EU Member State).

All Belgian nationals over 12 years old whose main domicile is abroad and who are listed in the population register kept by Belgian embassies and consulates must apply for a Belgian identity card (ID card). Since 1 December 2010 Belgian embassies and consulates switched to issuing eID cards. These eID cards are valid for 5 years and remain valid if you move to an area falling under the jurisdiction of a different embassy or consulate or return to Belgium. Moreover, most eID cards of Belgian nationals who have moved abroad since August 2008 and who registered their move with their local authority will also have remained valid.

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