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Belgium ETIAS process for citizens of Vanuatu
4 min read
Updated on May 14, 2024

Taking some time off from beach and volcano views to discover the Old Continent is a flexibility citizens of Vanuatu have by traveling to Belgium without any visa requirement.

Although many of the touristic highlights are focused in Brussels and the Flemish cities of Bruges and Ghent, Belgium has a lot of architecture and art which make you travel back in time. And that is only part of the reasons citizens of Vanuatu might get on a plane and visit Belgium, or any of the other Schengen countries.

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People are constantly traveling to discover new cultures, feel inspired by different sceneries to the ones at home, and to recharge their energy with a vacation. To continue this freedom of traveling between continents, citizens of Vanuatu will soon be required to apply for ETIAS. It’s not a difficult process to obtain, nor is it a visa, but it does work as a pre-screening procedure of the travelers’ profile. The ETIAS is only requested by the Schengen Area countries.

As a part of this article, you will find useful FAQs that will guide you through the purpose and requirements of an ETIAS. The application process will also be explained, and how iVisa.com can help you with a faster option.


Do all citizens of Vanuatu need an ETIAS?

ETIAS is a traveling permit for all foreigners arriving in the Schengen states who are nationals of visa-exempt countries. You will need to request one if you are going to visit any of the Schengen destinations for tourism, leisure, business, or medical reasons.

Can I request the ETIAS a week before traveling?

There is no specific time to when you should request the Belgium ETIAS, but it is recommended that you apply no less than 96 hours before flying. Therefore, yes, you may make your ETIAS online application a week before traveling.

Which countries can I visit with the Belgium ETIAS?

With an ETIAS, you can visit any of the Schengen Area states, whether they are part of the European Union or not. The ETIAS also allows you the condition of multiple entries to visit these countries with freedom once you arrive on the continent.

What is the ETIAS validity for citizens of Vanuatu?

Once you get your ETIAS authorization you are allowed to visit the Schengen countries for the requested length of your travels. The only limitation is that your stays in these states are no more than 90 days every 180 days.

How long can I stay in Belgium with the ETIAS?

The ETIAS allows you to stay for no more than 90 days in 180 days during your travels. These can be 90 continuous days or spread, but they must be within 180 days. Your stays are also not restricted to Belgium alone; you can visit any of the Schengen countries during your trip.

How quickly can citizens of Vanuatu get an ETIAS?

The citizens of Vanuatu can apply easily for the Belgium ETIAS because it’s an online process. If you apply by using the iVisa.com platform you will only need to follow these three easy steps, and you can also request how fast you want the application to be processed.

The application process steps are:

1.Fill out the online application with your information and determine which processing time you want to use for your ETIAS application.

  • Standard processing - Submit your application form and get your ETIAS results in 24 hours
  • Rush processing - Submit your form after filling it out and receive your ETIAS in 4 hours
  • Super rush processing - After form submission with a super rush, you can get your final results in no more than 30 minutes.

2.Verify that your details in the form are correctly typed, and proceed to make the online fee payment.

3.The last part is for you to fill out a survey and include any information that will be requested by ETIAS. Lastly, click on “Submit”.

Now that you have submitted your application, you won’t need to do anything else. Just wait for your Belgium ETIAS results to come into your inbox.

Can I trust iVisa.com services?

Trust and security for personal information is something we value highly as we consider that to be the most important asset saved on our databases. iVisa.com uses the most reliable security systems to ensure our data and your confidential details are safely stored in our databases and website forms.

You can also read some of our customers’ reviews on our services here.

I still have doubts, where can I find more information?

Q&As usually create more questions in our minds instead of solving the doubts. That’s why we’re here and ready to help you solve any additional questions you might have about ETIAS and its process. You only have to send us a chat and we’ll get back to you with the info. If desired, you can also glance around the iVisa.com website for more info on ETIAS for different countries.

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