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Non-residents who exercise a professional activity in Luxembourg and who move to a new address can make a request to update their data directly using MyGuichet.lu.
The specific additional aid scheme introduced for independent professional performing artists and intermittent workers in the entertainment industry in the context of the health crisis is extended until 31 August 2020.
The International Affairs team of the Chamber of Commerce has set up an information page dedicated to foreign trade in the context of the COVID-19 crisis.
Since 15 June, there have been no more controls at Luxembourg's borders with Germany, Belgium and France.
The Ministry of Consumer Protection has entered their new premises.
Are you the victim of a deliberate offence committed in Luxembourg or abroad? You can apply, under certain conditions, for compensation from the State.
Please read the terms and conditions for requesting a change of surname and/or first name.
The National Agency for Youth Information (Agence Nationale pour l'Information des Jeunes - ANIJ) has set up a new platform to promote internships and jobs for young people.
It is now possible to make an appointment online with the agencies of the National Health Fund (CNS).
The CNPD has just moved into its new premises.
As part of the implementation of the extracurricular care of pupils, measures are taken with regard to student contracts.
The timesheet statement for short-time working related to COVID-19 in March 2020 must be submitted before 30 June 2020.
During the period from 25 May to 15 July 2020, various measures are being taken with regard to education and care contracts.
Find out about the formalities for crossing the border between Luxembourg and Belgium.
As part of the recovery plan in the sports sector, sports clubs affiliated with an approved sports federation are eligible for financial aid.