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Due To COVID-19 Outbreak, The Belize High Commission Will Not Be Accepting Appointments Nor Visitors Until Further Notice

In the context of the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, the Belize High Commission, with guidance from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Belize and the World Health Organisation, hereby informs that as of 11 March 2020 it will not be accepting any appointments or visitors until further notice.

The Belize High Commission will continue to carry out its normal functions behind closed doors. Therefore, all Consular Matter queries can be emailed to

Other queries can be emailed to


All applicants, especially those traveling to the UK from abroad, must secure an appointment with the consular office before making travel plans. 

All applicants are required to scan and send all application documents via email to to ensure the accura Save cy of the application before an appointment will be granted.

All applicants must present themselves with a complete application and all required documentation.  Please bring 2 photocopies of all documentation.

Original documents used for ID purposes must be submitted. No photocopies of IDs will be accepted without original documents.

All Belizean documents (such as birth certificate, deed poll, marriage certificate, etc…) can only be accepted if issued by Vital Statistics Unit.

Failure to produce all required documentation could result in the rejection of your application.

The Belize High Commission will not be responsible for delays caused by courier or secure postal services.

Once documents are ready for collection applications must either receive their documents in person or should make their own arrangements for courier pick-up of their own documents. 

For additional support or information please contact:

Telephone: +44 (0)20 7723 3603