Access and security
The following link will take you directly to the Belgian part of the Consolidated System of European Registries (CSEUR):
!!! Please DON'T create any URID in case you already have (had) access to this or another European registry! Please first call us (+32 (0) 2 524 95 44) !!!
Access to the Union Registry is secured by EU Login. Consequently, you need to sign up with EU Login before you can gain access to the Union Registry.
In order to gain user access to the Union Registry, you have to complete three stages:
Go to the Belgian part of the Union Registry via https://unionregistry.ec.europa.eu/euregistry/BE/index.xhtml
Choose First time user in the left hand side menu and click the button < Create an EU Login account > on the new page. You will be redirected automatically towards the EU Login website.
Sign up with EU Login by completing your personal details on this page, by repeating the code that is shown in the bluish image, by accepting the privacy statement and finally, by clicking on the < Submit > button.
EU Login uses your email address as an identifier and to initialize your (personal) password.
That is why you should certainly not use a generic email address when creating your EU Login account!
Once you have signed up, you will receive an email containing an EU Login hyperlink (the email will be sent via firstname.lastname@example.org). Follow this hyperlink in order to initialize your password (important: the hyperlink is valid for a limited time only!).
When succeeding can you login. Check your email address, re-enter your user name and password and click < Sign up! > once again.
Stay signed in with EU Login and continue with the next two stages of this procedure.
If you are not connected to EU Login yet, proceed towards EU Login via https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/cas/ and log in.
Go back to the first stage of this procedure, in case you did not create your EU Login account yet.
Opt for My account in the menu bar on top of the page and click "Manage my mobile phone numbers". Choose "Add a mobile phone number" on the next page and enter your mobile phone number in the correct format (numbers only preceded by the country code, e.g. +32 474 11 22 33) and click < Add > to add the specified number.
You will now receive an SMS challenge on the specified mobile phone number. Fill in this challenge and click < Finalise > once more in order to confirm the addition of this mobile phone number to your EU Login account.
Surf towards the website of the Belgian part of the Union Registry (https://unionregistry.ec.europa.eu/euregistry/BE/index.xhtml and choose Login in the left hand side menu in order to connect you to the registry. You will be redirected to EU Login, where you need to connect yourself, after having checked the displayed email address, by introducing your password, mobile phone number (first step) and the SMS challenge received on your mobile phone (second step).
After a successful login in EU Login, you will be redirected to the registry, where you will be able to choose "Fill in your personal details" (option displayed in the left hand side menu). Follow this link and fill in your personal details as requested. Click < Next >, verify the data you have entered and click on < Submit > to confirm.
The registry will display a message containing your “Unique Registry IDentifier”, in short: URID. NOTE THIS URID CAREFULLY! This is your person identifier in the registry and you need it for example when you want to become authorised representative of a user account.
The URID is required for each request to nominate a new authorised representative, e.g. for the opening of a new user account or for the replacement of an existing representative.
The person applying for a new user account in the registry needs to obtain each URID of all authorised representatives before being able to complete the application!
If you have already one EU Login account, you can use this existing EU Login account to gain user access to the registry. In this case you only need to complete the steps 2 and 3.
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