All information on applying for a visa to Belgium, Luxembourg and Slovenia.

Visa for Slovenia

Information on how to apply for a visa to Slovenia.
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The Embassy of Belgium in the Philippines is only representing Slovenia for issuance of Schengen visas (short stay - less than 90 days).

National visas (long stay - more than 90 days) have to be applied for at the Slovenian Embassy competent for the Philippines:


No. 57, Block F, Ya Qu Yuan, King's Garden Villas 
18 Xiao Yun Road, Chao Yang district 

Phone: (+) 86 10 6 468 11 54 
Fax: (+) 86 10 6 468 10 40 


  1. Where, when, and how can you submit a visa application?
  2. How much is the visa fee?
  3. Required documents
  4. Insurance companies
  5. Checking the status of your visa application
  6. Contact


1. Where, when and how can you submit a visa application?

Before applying, please ensure Slovenia is your main destination and that you are very clear on your purpose of travel.

You will first fill in your electronic application form on this official website

Once you have printed and signed this form and gathered the documents in support of your application, you will make an appointment with Belgian Visa Application Center in Manila. For this, please follow the instructions given on the website of VFS

The last step is to lodge personally the visa application at the Belgian VAC and eventually come for an interview at the Embassy (if specifically requested).

2. How much is the visa fee?

As of 02 February 2020 the Schengen visa fee per person (Short Stay Visa) will increase from 60 to 80 euros.

The visa fee is paid in pesos as per the exchange rate communicated by the Embassy of Belgium in Manila. The same is subject to change without notice. The visa fee is non-refundable.

For amounts and rates, kindly refer yourself to the updated consular taxes.

Applicants submitting their files at the Belgian VAC shall be levied service fees from VFS payable together with the visa fees. Applicants that are exempt from the visa fees are not exempt from paying this service fees.

3. Required documents

You will find below the common list of supportive documents applied in the Philippines. Please note that the Embassy may always request additional documents during the examination of an application which are not mentioned in this list. You are hereby informed that submitting the bellowed-mentioned documents does not guarantee automatic issuance of a visa.

The complete file should be lodged in 2 sets: 1 original and 1 copy. Please arrange your documents according to this checklist:


Further information can always be obtained at the Slovenian Foreign Ministry’s website

4. Insurance companies

General information on accredited Schengen Travel Insurances Companies (PDF, 110.69 KB)

5. Checking the status of your visa application 

The Embassy must sometimes submit your visa application to the competent authorities for further decision. Delays are then longer.

You can track your visa application on the Belgian website of VFS

You will anyway be informed once a decision has been taken regarding your visa application.

6. Contact

Should you still have questions on visa procedures after reading carefully this entire website, please contact us:

Should you need information or details on your visa application, you may contact VFS: