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Embassy of Belgium in Islamabad Pakistan 
Embassy of Belgium in Islamabad
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     Archive
  • 01. New biometric Belgian passport 

  • 02. Schengen visas 

  • 17. Practical information about Pakistani documents 

  • 20. DNA testing within the framework of visa applications 

  • 03. CONSULAR & HANDLING FEES 

  • 19. LEGALIZATION OF DOCUMENTS ONLY 

  • 14. ADDRESSES OF 'Gerry’s International - Visa Drop Box' 

  • 15. Mandatory Schengen Travel Insurance Accredited Insurance Companies 

  • 18. TRANSLATION 

  • 16. APPROVED PHYSICIANS 

  • 10. STUDENT VISA 

  • 07. MARRIAGE IN BELGIUM VISA 

  • 06. FAMILY REUNIFICATION 

  • 04. LONG TERM VISA GENERAL INFORMATION 

  • 12. TRANSIT VISA (Airport) 

  • 13. TRANSIT VISA (Ordinary) 

  • 08. MEDICAL VISA 

  • 11. TOURIST VISA 

  • 09. PRIVATE / FAMILY VISIT VISA 

  • 05. BUSINESS VISA 

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      08. MEDICAL VISA

    Medical Visa

    Schengen Visa for Medical Treatment in Belgium

    LIST OF DOCUMENTS NECESSARY TO OBTAIN A VISA FOR MEDICAL TREATMENT for a maximum stay of 90 days per semester (Type C)

    1)      A valid international passport (the validity of the passport has to exceed the end of the proposed trip by at least three months);

    2)      1 visa application form + 1 recent passport photograph;

    3)      An original invitation letter from a medical institution or a doctor established in Belgium;

    4)      Proof of employment and a proof of leave;

    5)      Ticket reservation

    DO NOT PURCHASE TICKET UNLESS YOU FULFIL ALL OTHER VISA REQUIREMENTS. THE EMBASSY IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY LOSS OR PENALTIES INCURRED

    6)      Proof of sufficient financial means during the stay:

     

    Credit card + bank statement for the previous 6 months

    or:

    A formal obligation (annexe 3 bis) of financial support signed by someone who meets the requirement stated by annexe 3BIS, 15.12.80, along with an ordinary copy of the person’s ID and proof of sufficient solvency (pay slips)

    7)      Reliable proof that the medical treatment is paid for (statement from the medical institute in Belgium) or will be paid for (guarantee letter from insurance, guarantee letter from bank, sum of money on a blocked bank account, …)

    8)      A medical certificate issued by the competent medical authorities of the country of origin declaring the sought for medical treatment cannot be given in the country of origin.

    Additional documents may, where appropriate, be required. Presentation of a complete file does not necessarily mean that a visa will be issued.

    Visa application files have to be introduced through FedEx Visa Drop Box facilities. 

     

    IMPORTANT MESSAGE

     

    ALL FEES (HANDLING FEES OR CONSULAR FEES) ARE TO BE PAID TO GERRY'S INTERNATIONAL. NOBODY (STAFF, LAWYERS, PRIVATE CONSULTANTS OR TRAVEL AGENCIES)  IS ENTITLED TO CHARGE ANY AMOUNT OF MONEY DIRECTLY TO THE CLIENT OUTSIDE OF GERRY'S INTERNATIONAL OFFICES OR OUTSIDE OF THE EMBASSY.

     


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