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In the context of the state of crisis, the deadlines for filing and publication of the annual financial statements, consolidated accounts and related reports have been extended by 3 months.
Find out more about the current travel conditions between Luxembourg and France.
Any entitlements to the tideover allowance which expire between 18 March 2020 and the last day of the month in which the state of crisis ends will be extended until the end of the following month.
Since 29 May 2020, restaurants, bars, cafés and tearooms can reopen. They must, however, comply with certain obligations.
You can now send documents to the Children's Future Fund (CAE) via MyGuichet.lu.
The aid scheme for businesses in temporary financial difficulty has been extended for a period of 4 months.
After the end of the month in which short-time working occurred due to force majeure related to Covid-19, companies must complete the online procedure on MyGuichet.lu so that ADEM can draw up a statement.
Guichet.lu informs you that it is now possible to book an appointment online via MyGuichet.lu if you wish to apply for or collect your identity card or driving licence from the physical reception desk of Guichet.lu.
Due to the state of emergency caused by COVID-19, the INL language courses will continue to be held remotely via e-learning up to and including July 9, 2020. Learners currently registered will receive a re-enrolment voucher.
Fit 4 Resilience is an initiative of Luxinnovation, with the support of the Ministry of the Economy, to help companies anticipate the end of the COVID-19 crisis.
Participate in the large-scale testing for COVID-19.
The period of validity of certain identity cards is extended by 3 months from the end of the period of the state of crisis.
Several time limits for the termination of apprenticeship contracts are suspended during the crisis period.
Rent increases for residential accommodation are frozen until the end of 2020.
The amounts of the cost-of-living benefit have been doubled for 2020.