The U.S. Embassy is situated in Brussels. The mission of the United States Embassy is to advance the interests of the United States, and to serve and protect U.S. citizens in Belgium. It works to develop and sustain the important and longstanding relationship between Belgium and the USA, and provide consular assistance to U.S. nationals and Belgians.

In the U.S. Embassy travelers, who wish to work, study or live in the United States, can: apply for and renew passports and other official documents, apply for different kinds of visas (non-immigrant visas: K-1 fiancee visa, F-1 student visa, B-1 business visa, J-1 exchange visa etc., and immigrant visas: green card), renew visas etc.

The Embassy is closed on Belgian and American holidays. Here is the contact information of the U.S. Embassy in Belgium:

 U.S. Embassy Brussels

27 Boulevard du Régent (the Consular Section is at 25 Boulevard du Régent)

B-1000 Brussels


Telephone:+(32) (2) 811-4000

Emergency After-Hours Telephone:+(32) (0) 2-811-4000

Fax: +(32) (2) 811-4546


Information for the U.S. nationals traveling to Belgium:

The U.S. Embassy is responsible for its own fellow U.S. citizens, living or travelling in the host country. The U.S. nationals can get non-emergency services (e.g. renewal of U.S. passports, Consular Reports of Birth Abroad etc.) and emergency services (e.g. death, arrest, illness, abduction in process etc.), schedule the appointment or go in person at the U.S. Embassy in Brussels. Visitors can also receive help with social security, notary services and other issues.