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An information session and a speed dating event are organised in October 2021 for all craftspersons wishing to learn more about the Commodo.
Find out about the events organised by the Chamber of Commerce and the Chamber of Skilled Trades and Crafts in October 2021.
From 1 October 2021, the arrangements for travel between Luxembourg and the UK will change.
The questionnaire for the call for tourism projects can now be sent via MyGuichet.lu.
A new text in plain language has just been published on Guichet.lu that explains in simple terms what your rights are as a passenger if you travel by coach in Europe.
Invite your employees to work on business procedures and access documents in your business eSpace.
Two information sessions on the validation of prior experiential learning are organised by the INFPC on 27 and 30 September.
In order to improve the efficiency of civil and commercial justice, the new code of civil procedure (NCPC) has been amended.
A new and improved Adapto transport booking system and mobile application are now available.
There are changes to the procedures related to the import and registration of vehicles as well as their conversion or technical modification.
The deadline for signing the reclamation declaration to recover the Luxembourg nationality has been extended.
In order to protect nature and natural resources, the Ministry of the Environment grants specific financial support.
Find out more about the various procedures available on MyGuichet.lu and that are related to EU Digital COVID Certificates (EU DCC), known as "CovidCheck Certificates" in Luxembourg.
From 2 August 2021, vaccination against COVID-19 will start to be available at the surgeries of family doctors and paediatricians.
As of 2 August 2021, the data contained in Luxembourg identity cards will change.