Attestation of Power of Attorney (PoA)/Affidavit/Attestations :-
For execution of the PoA/ Affidavit(s) relating to civil/property/financial matters, applicants/executants are required to visit the Embassy in person and have to sign the PoA/Affidavit(s) before the Consular Officer.
a) Misc. application form
b) Applicant’s original Indian passport and a copy of the same.
c) Original and copy of Resident Permit
d) Two sets of Power of Attorney/Affidavit
e) 3 Photographs
f) Proof of residence in Belgium/Luxembourg.
g) Prescribed Fee
Note:- In the case of PoA needs to be witnessed and signed by two individuals with their names, ID proof clearly mentioning in PoA, the witnesses have to sign before the consular officer and have to produce their original IDs at the time of signing.
Attestation of civil documents:
True copy attestation of documents like Certificates/Passport/ PAN Card etc.
Life Certificate (For the purpose other than Pension/Pay
a) Misc application form
b) Two sets of documents to be attested
d) Original and copy of passport
e) Original and copy of Resident Permit
Attestation of trade / commercial documents : Including applications for PAN number / DN1 Form to be applied in India by foreign nationals /firms and Power of Attorney (of a commercial nature)]
b) Two sets of trade documents to be attested
The commercial/company documents should be submitted along with the valid original passport plus self-attested copies of the passport pages containing personal particulars(or duly notarized copies of the passport pages containing personal particulars) of one of the Directors of the Company.
c) A request letter for the service on Company letterhead with the seal of the company stamped on the Company letterhead. The request letter should be duly signed by one of the Directors of the Company and should be accompanied by a copy of the Certificate of Incorporation in respect of the company duly legalized.
Attestation of documents for showing in India:-
Documents emanating from Belgium / Luxembourg (e.g., commercial / trade documents) are required to be legalized (apostilled) first by the Belgian / Luxembourg Foreign Ministries. Address proof etc. of foreign nationals for application of PAN number etc. in India, are also required to be legalized first by the Belgian / Luxembourg Foreign Ministries. Thereafter, the Embassy of India, Brussels would be attesting such documents.
Attestation of documents to be submitted in Belgium / Luxembourg:-
Documents emanating from India for showing to the Belgian / Luxembourghish authorities cannot be directly attested by the Embassy of India, Brussels. These documents need to be attested by the General Administration of the concerned State Government and thereafter legalized (apostilled) by the Attestation Cell of Ministry of External Affairs in Patiala House, New Delhi. Thereafter, these documents may be attested/legalised by the Belgian / Luxembourghish diplomatic/consular officers in India, after which, the documents are treated as valid in Belgium / Luxembourg.
SWORN AFFIDAVIT (CHILD NEVER POSSESSED AN INDIAN PASSPORT)
aa) Application for Miscellaneous service
(Kindly download from Embassy website; application forms)
b) Sworn Affidavit Form
Originals and photocopies of following documents (Originals to be shown at the counter; photocopies will be retained for record)
a) Belgian/Luxembourg Passport of Child
b) Birth Certificate of the Child
c) Belgian/Luxembourg Identity Card of Child
d) Passports and Identity Card/Resident Permit of both parents
Sworn Affidavit (No Objection Certificate ) to be submitted by a parent for issuing a passport to a minor child residing in India.
a) Misc Application Form
b) Parent’s passport Copy and ID copy
c) Marriage certificate
d) Copy of Birth Certificate/Passport copy of Child in India
An individual who needs a life certificate for the purpose of pension in India or to produce before authorities in India for any other purpose may apply for this service. Applicants have to apply in person only.
a) Misc. services application form (to be filled at the Embassy)
b) Copy of passport + Original
c) Copy of resident card
d) Proof of residence
f) Gratis for Indian Nationals
for re-issuance of International Driving Permit (IDP)
From 15.02.2021, the service of re-issue of IDP has been included as one of the consular services provided by Indian Mission. IDP helps the Indian Citizen to drive vehicle, which is allowed to drive as per Indian Driving Licence, in foreign country, which are the signatory of Geneva Convention on Road Traffic 1949, such as France. This convention provides for issue of IDP for one year only and does not have any provision for its renewal.
The process for re-issue of IDP is as under.
a) Applicant will visit the Mission and fill the Miscellaneous Consular Service form.
b) Prescribed fee will be collected by the Mission towards accepting the application of re-issue of IDP.
c) A receipt will be handed over to the applicant by the Mission in this regard.
d) Applicant will apply for fresh issue of IDP through www.parivahan.gov.in portal and will upload the documents, including the receipt issued by the Mission.
Birth Certificate (based on passport/OCI card)
Non Resident Indian (NRI) Certificate
Documents required :-
b) Original India Passport and photocopy of all entry pages.
c) Original Belgian/Luxembourg Resident Permit and photocopy
d) Two Passport size photographs
e) Prescribed Fee
Certificate giving marriage conditions as per Indian law:
a) Miscellaneous Application Form (Kindly download from Embassy website-application forms)
b) Original Indian Passport and photocopy of the Indian partner
c) Original Belgian/Luxembourg Resident Permit and photocopy of the foreign partner.
d) Bachelorhood Certificate of Indian partner (Apostilled Copy) from India.
e) Single Status certificate of the Belgian/Luxembourg partner
f) Joint Affidavit from both partners
g) Certificate from the Commune (Requirements for marriage)
h) Three Passport size photographs
i) Prescribed Fee
‘One and Same’ Certificate
b) Original India Passport and photocopy.
c) Original and photocopy of Indian document (Birth certificate/Marriage Certificate etc.)
d) Original Belgian/Luxembourg Resident Permit and photocopy.
e) Two Passport size photographs
f) Prescribed Fee
Certificate about different naming procedures in India
a) Miscellaneous Application Form (Kindly download from Embassy
website- application forms)
b) Original India Passport and photocopy of both parents.
c) Original and photocopy of Marriage Certificate
d) Certificate from Hospital showing birth details of child
e) Original Belgian/Luxembourg Resident Permit and photocopy.
f) Self-Affidavit declaring the proposed for the new born child
g) Two Passport size photographs
h) Prescribed Fee
Transportation of mortal remains(deceased body) to India
The following documents are necessary
for Public Health clearance of Human remains:-
(a) Death Certificate issued by the health department clearly mentioning the cause of death
(b) Death Certificate issued local authority.
(c) Embalming certificate
(d) Non contagious certificate/Non epidemic certificate
(e) Closing of coffin certificate
(f) NOC (to be issued by the Embassy) -(Gratis in the case of Indian Nationals)
(g) Original Indian passport or OCI
(h) Request Letter/ Authorisation from the family member.
(i) Death certificate (to be issued by the Embassy for Indian nationals)
j) Prescribed Fee
Transportation of Ashes(mortal remains) to India
(a) Death Certificate issued by the doctor with cause of death to be mentioned therein.
(b) Death Certificate issued by the local commune
(c) Cremation certificate
(d) Non epidemic certificate
(e) Request letter/Authorization to transport the ashes to India
(f) Original Indian passport/OCI of the deceased
(g) Prescribed Fee(Gratis
in the case of Indian Nationals)
Documents has to be translated in English by an authorised translator and apostle/legalized before
submitting to the Embassy for attestation.
(ii) Please note that these documents have to be submitted in two sets.