Every citizen has to take some administrative steps or demand official documents in his lifetime.
Certain procedures can be done remotely via an e-portal: e-Brussels.
- declaration, copies and certificates of birth
- registration in the population register
- change of address
- Belgian nationality
- birth certificate
- ID card
- family composition
- legal cohabitation
- Police records (extract)
- certified true copy
- legalization of signature
- certificate of poverty
- military service
- bailiff's writ
- driving licence
- work permit
- local resident card
- parental consent
- certificate of inheritance
- proof of residence
- certificate of life
- certificate of morality
The Brusseleir, the info magazine of the City of Brussels, has a special edition with all public and private services and cultural events on the territory of the municipality. It is only available in Dutch and French.
The municipal departments of the City remain open on regular hours during the summer 2014. There are a few exceptions.
These files can be viewed at the Department of Planning.
The Kids-eID is an electronic identity card for Belgian children under the age of 12. Ask it in time for a trip abroad with your children, because it is obligatory while traveling.
Demand of a pass for the Car Free Sunday
A pass for the Car Free Sunday of 21 September 2014 can be delivered to persons who make the demand. Attention, this demand of dispensation must be duly motivated.