You have to have an electronic identity card issued by the Belgian Government in order to register. if your eID was issued by a consulate, the certificates on your eID is not yet activated (as a precaution). You will receive a separate envelope with a PUK code and a provisional PIN. With this you can personally register at (most) consulates (by appointment) and activate the certificates and choose an individual secret PIN code. You can also do this during a visit to Belgium in the municipal administration.
A cookie is a small text file sent to your browser and saved on the hard disk of your terminal device (PC, laptop, smartphone, etc.) when you visit a website, such as your language choice, for example.
As the administrator of the website www.izimi.be, the non-profit organisation Royal Federation of Belgian Notaries (FRNB – KFBN) (Fednot) uses three types of cookies, which will be explained in detail in a table below.