The list of biometric data contained in Luxembourg identity cards is being extended. From now on, the electronic chip of requested cards must contain:
In addition, the holder's usual place of residence is no longer part of the information contained in the identity card. Thus, it will no longer be necessary to apply for a new identity card when moving: an administrative simplification that will benefit both citizens and communal administrations.
As a reminder: the Luxembourg identity card proves its holder's identity and nationality. The card is:
Luxembourg nationals, whether or not they reside in Luxembourg, may apply for an identity card at the eID Applications service of the Government IT Centre (CTIE).
Luxembourg nationals residing in Luxembourg may also apply to their communal administrations and those living abroad have the possibility to apply to a Luxembourg diplomatic or consular mission abroad (please note that honorary consulates are not competent in this matter).
Applications for the cost-of-living allowance for the current year must be submitted to the National Solidarity Fund (FNS) by 30 September 2021 at the latest. The postmark serves as proof of the date.
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.