Belgium in the Philippines

Belgium in the Philippines

Welcome to our website

  

Are you a Belgian who has recently moved to the Philippines and would like to register with the Embassy in Manila? Did you lose your passport while you were traveling through the Philippines as a tourist? Do you need to request a visa to travel to Belgium? Then you’ve come to the right address.

This website will keep you up to date on consular matters that are specifically applicable to Belgians in the Philippines, current events in Belgian foreign policy, and other useful information or events.
 

Announcements

From 24 November 2020, the Belgian Embassy in Manila offers you the possibility to register online in the consular registers of the population.

You have access to this website if you:
•       are Belgian;
•       are not (or no longer) registered in a Belgian municipality because you have communicated your departure abroad to this municipality;
•       have a valid and activated Belgian eID card;
•       know your PIN-code and have a card reader.

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WARNING:

The identity of the Embassy (or that of our employees) is sometimes used in online fraud attempts (phishing, scams, etc.).

In order to avoid fraudulent transactions, we would like to remind all clients to only transact with authorized representatives of the Embassy. All communication is done through the following email addresses: manila@diplobel.fed.be (consular matters) and Manila.Visa@diplobel.fed.be (visa matters). Any information obtained outside of the abovementioned email addresses is doubtful and will not be honored by the Embassy.

COVID-19 useful information:

 

News

11 May

Prime Minister Alexander De Croo,  responsible for Foreign and European Affairs, had a meeting today with Nadia Murrad, the Yezidi human rights activist who was awarded the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize along with Dr. Denis Mukwege for her efforts against sexual violence as a weapon of war. During the discussion, Prime Minister De Croo emphasized that the acts of sexual violence committed by Russian soldiers in Ukraine cannot go unpunished.

10 May

Today, Belgium, together with the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO), the British foreign ministry, organized a seminar to put human rights high on the agenda of business, as part of the Belgian Economic Mission to the United Kingdom.

08 May

Children's rights are one of the priorities of Belgian foreign policy on human rights. For decades, our country has been committed to promoting children's rights internationally.

08 May

Meryame Kitir, Minister of Development Cooperation and Major Cities Policy, is going on a working visit to Palestine from 9 to 13 May. Her focus is to draw attention to the need for quality protection for Palestinians living under occupation and to bring a perspective on a more promising future for Palestinian youth and women.

06 May

From May 8 to 12, Princess Astrid, representing the King, will lead an economic mission of Belgium to the United Kingdom (UK). With more than 400 participants, 214 companies and organizations and four days of activities in the Greater London Area, this mission will be one of the largest ever organized.