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EU citizens living in Luxembourg can register until 28 February 2019 to vote in the next European elections.
In the event of a dispute in the school sector, think about contacting the school mediator.
Apply for special leave for personal reasons with your employer.
In order to simplify the registration of jobseekers, the National Employment Agency (ADEM) has modernised its procedures. You now have to call or complete a form online in order to make an appointment for registration.
You have until 25 February 2019 to submit the proposal of candidates to the voting office.
Communicate the list of candidates for the election of staff delegates in your business with MyGuichet.lu.
EU citizens residing in Luxembourg can participate in the European elections in Luxembourg if they are registered on the electoral roll in their commune of residence.
Register now for the Go Digital conferences to develop your digital strategy.
Guichet.lu gives you information on the different types of leave depending on your personal situation.
If you are a British citizen who would like to have the Luxembourgish nationality, you can find out more about the options you have.
The forms for your tax return or request for annual adjustment have been made available by the Luxembourg Inland Revenue.
You are required to inform the ITM of any complaints against the electoral rolls of the active and passive voters.
Retail traders can register for the free workshops at the House of Entrepreneurship.
Find the new forms to be used for requests to the OCEIT.
The forms for the proposal of candidates are available.