Since 16 August 2019, electronically signed documents which need to be legalised are no longer accepted in paper format.
With regard to these documents, you therefore have to submit your application for legalisation via MyGuichet.lu. The Passport, Visa and Legalisation Office will handle the printing of the documents and attach a legal certification stamp or an apostille to them.
Be reminded that the legalisation is required if you need to present a document issued by a Luxembourg authority to a foreign official authority in another country.
Notarial deeds, administrative documents and official declarations are namely the type of documents which require legalisation. These documents have to be signed by a civil servant/notary/sworn translator in order to be legalised.
On 28 February 2020, the Luxembourg Business Registers (LBR) changes the connection method to its portal. The username/password authentication method will be abandoned.
Les 21 et 25 février 2020, la House of Entrepreneurship - One stop shop organise, dans ses locaux, deux ateliers sur la création et la reprise d’une entreprise.
Your have a business to run and you are trying to collect outstanding invoices. If your debtor is established in the European Union, you have several possibilities to collect your due.