Entry formalities and useful contacts Belgium
With the Schengen agreements, in principle, no more control is exercised between Belgium and France.
Since the attacks of 2015 and 2016, random checks have existed at the borders. It is therefore worth bringing a ID valid or a passport valid or expired for less than 5 years (as well as your driver's license and vehicle documents, if you drive).
- Minors must have their own identity document (identity card or passport) and a authorization to leave the country : form signed by one of the parents with parental authority accompanied by a photocopy of the identity document of the signatory parent.
Swiss nationals must also have their national identity card. Canadians do not need a visa as long as they do not stay for more than 3 months.
Important: if you come to Belgium with a car registered abroad, remember to register beforehand
Faith Belgian Office for Wallonia Tourism for France : tee53-85-05-20. Closed Tourism Belgium, Flanders-Brussels: BP 143, 75363 Paris Cedex 8. Té56-89-14-42. Closed Belgian Consulate (performing consular functions) : 1, avenue Mac-Mahon, 75017 Paris. Mé É44-09-39-39. Open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
- Embassy of Belgium: 01-50 at 12h. Tuesday-Wednesday 9 am-12pm and 14 pm-16pm.
- RepreBrussels: 43, rue de Buade, Office 525, 8th é49-39.
- Embassy of Belgium: 360 Albert Street, Suite 820, Ottawa, Ontario K1R-7X7. TE72-67 at Consulate of Belgium: 999, boulevard de Maisonneuve-Ouest, Suite 1600, Montré3L4. TE73-94. Open Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 13 p.m. (16 p.m. by phone).