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Here is what you need to know about the Belgium ETIAS for Citizens of Australia
4 min read
Updated on May 14, 2024

You have probably heard of Tomorrowland, the fantastic and over-the-top electronic dance music festival. It takes place every year in Belgium in a town called Boom, located in the province of Antwerpen, about thirty minutes by car from the country’s capital Brussels.

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About 185,000 people from over 75 countries worldwide, including Australia, travel each year to Belgium to attend Europe’s biggest festival. But this is only one of the numerous reasons to visit this amazing country.

Whether you are traveling to Belgium to enjoy Tomorrowland, or for any other reason you will need to apply for a new travel document called ETIAS. Keep calm, it is an easy process, and iVisa.com has it all covered to help you with it. Continue reading to know more about Belgium ETIAS for Citizens of Australia and how to get yours.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What type of document is ETIAS?

ETIAS is the new European Travel Information and Authorization System. It will be connected to several databases and help countries verify travelers’ information in just a few minutes before entering their territories. It involves less time and hassle than a visa and is similar to other visa waivers like the Canadian ETA or the US ESTA. The ETIAS is an entirely online process and it will allow people to visit the Schengen Zone countries for different reasons such as business, tourism, medical or transit purposes.

Do I need an ETIAS every time I travel?

Once you have an ETIAS it will, in most cases, be valid for three years. It allows you to visit the Schengen Economic Zone as many times as you want in a period of 180 days, and stay for up to three months. Keep in mind when you are entering your information on the application form that you have to enter the name of the first country that you will be visiting in the Zone and it must match your traveling route to avoid being denied entry.

How can I verify if I am eligible for an ETIAS?

The principal condition that makes you eligible for an ETIAS is being a non-EU citizen, allowed to enter the Schengen area without a visa. To confirm if Australia is currently part of the visa waiver program, have a look at the Visa Checker Tool to corroborate the information.

Where do I apply to get my ETIAS?

You can enjoy a simple and secure online process with iVisa.com. Pay attention to the steps listed below and you’ll be ready to apply for your ETIAS:

1.First, type your personal information on the form, you only need 20 minutes for this.

2.Second, reread your details and confirm that everything (including your email) is correctly written.

3.Third, attach the requested documents on your application.

What am I going to need for an ETIAS?

Here is what you need for your ETIAS:

  • Being eligible for an ETIAS.
  • Your original passport, and a scanned copy of it.
  • An email address to receive official information and documents.
  • A chosen payment method; debit, credit card, or PayPal account to cover the fees.

How many days can I stay in Belgium with my ETIAS?

The length of your stay in Belgium or the Schengen Economical Zone, in general, shouldn’t be longer than 90 days. You can travel in and if not exceeding the 90 days total in a period of 180 days.

What are the times and fees for the ETIAS?

The waiting time and fees change depending on each customer’s preferences or needs. iVisa.com has three different for our visa services:

  • Standard choice, with a considerable waiting time and fees.
  • Rush choice, with a reduced waiting time at a more expensive rate.
  • Super rush choice, with the shortest waiting time and highest price.

Is iVisa.com the right option for my ETIAS application?

What makes iVisa.com the right option is that it offers a transparent and secure 100% online process with customer support agents available throughout the operation, which translates into zero hassle. We encourage you to read the customer’s reviews and find out about our previous clients’ experiences.

Where can I find more information about ETIAS?

You can find more information about the ETIAS application or iVisa.com through our customer’s agents. Reach out to them 24/7, they will happily provide any data that you might need.

Ready to get your ETIAS? Start here.

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