- Accounting & Legal obligations
- Brexit for business
- Financing & Support measures
- Health & Safety-Social Security
- Human Resources
- International Trade
- Leisure activities & Volunteering
- Preservation & Termination of a business
- Starting up & Development
- Taxation for business
- Urban planning & Environment
The Civil Registry Office will be open on Monday, 22 April.
Register for the 12th edition of the Luxembourg Intellectual Property Day.
Request your criminal record extract via MyGuichet.lu or from the Criminal Records Department.
Are you a company manager? Discover the "one-stop shop to mentor" and "one-stop shop to prevent" programmes that help you in your endeavours to develop or safeguard your business.
The ZpB provides the public with information in plain language on the functioning of the European elections.
The application for financial aid for higher education with regard to the summer semester 2018/2019 must be submitted by 30 April 2019 at the latest.
You can submit your application for your passport to the the Passport Office or to the relevant embassy
See our information sheets on how and where to consult public tenders, and how to place your bid. A seminar on the subject will be held on 29 April 2019 by the Chamber of Skilled Trades and Crafts.
Find out more about the consequences of Brexit on the schooling of your child.
Each legal entity registered with the RCS is required to declare their beneficial owners to the RBE.
You will need an authorisation to operate an industrial installation.
Apply for your ID card to the CTIE or your communal administration!
On Tuesday 9 April 2019, from 9.00 to 11.30, there will be an information session in the premises of the Chamber of Commerce on customs and excise tax with respect to the Brexit.
Remember to submit your application to vote by post in the European elections on time!
Are you going on holiday? Check whether you have all the necessary travel documents.