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Belgian Embassy for Czech Republic

Belgian Embassy in Czech Republic

Address: 118 01 Praha 1 - Malá Strana, Valdštejnská 6
City: Prague (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +2 hours)
Tel.: 257 533 525, 257 533 283
Fax: 257 533 750

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

Based on a centuries-old friendship between our two countries, the Kingdom of Belgium was among the first states to establish diplomatic relations with the new Czechoslovakia in 1919. After the Velvet Revolution our bilateral relations were set on a new footing and have blossomed ever since. Belgium has become the 8th trading partner of the Czech Republic and one of the more important investors in this country. Every year more and more Czech visitors find their way to Belgium and discover its diversity and multiculturalism, its historic cities and the headquarters of leading European institutions.

As a Belgian citizen living abroad, it is always advisable to contact the Embassy or Belgian Consulate in your country before contacting FPS Foreign Affairs in Brussels. Belgium is also represented abroad by several Honorary Consuls whose range of activities is more limited.

The Embassy offers the following services:

  • Registration
  • Belgian passport
  • Identity card for Belgians abroad
  • Notary expertise
  • Registry
  • Nationality
  • Social security abroad
  • Pension
  • Travelling with pet animals
  • Criminal record
  • Certificates and forms
  • Legalisation of documents, etc. 

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).

By keeping your file up to date you will enable the embassy or consulate to help you more immediately, including in situations when you need emergency humanitarian aid (e.g. accidents, natural disasters, evacuations, and so on).

Loss or stolen passport while on holidays:

  • Call Doc-Stop to cancel your passport and protect yourself against any fraudulent use of your identity: +32 2 518 2123. 
  • Notify the local police about the loss/theft immediately. Ask for a statement confirming the loss/theft. 
  • If you need a passport to return to Belgium, contact the Belgian embassy or consulate in the country you are visiting. If there is none, contact the embassy or consulate of another EU country. 
  • If you have been unable to notify the local police about the loss/theft while you were abroad, do so with your police station as soon as you return to Belgium.

A normal Belgian passport may be obtained very quickly from your municipal or provincial administration via the emergency procedure. However, it may sometimes prove necessary to issue a passport almost immediately, on pressing humanitarian grounds which must be justified (e.g. in the event of a serious accident abroad involving a close family member, the admission of a close family member to hospital under critical circumstances, or the disappearance or death of a close relative abroad), when the applicant can and must leave immediately. Such temporary passports are valid for 6 months only.

Applications must be submitted during office hours to the Passport Office of the FPS Foreign Affairs. Outside office hours, temporary passports will be issued by the FPS Foreign Affairs staff on duty. Both can be reached by calling the general number 02 501 81 11.

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