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Anyone listed in the RNPP is entitled to consult their personal data.
Residents of the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg who have a national identification number (13-digit social security number) are listed in the Registry.
Applications to consult personal data can made by interested parties, their guardians, trustees, legal administrators, ad hoc administrators or special representatives.
If the interested party is a non-emancipated minor, the application must be made by a parent with parental authority or by the legal guardian.
The purpose of the RNPP is to:
It has enabled substantial progress to be made in terms of administrative simplification. Nowadays, public services and government administration departments with access to this registry can, in theory, no longer demand the production of certificates deemed to be evidence of the accuracy of personal data qualified as being accurate.
The RNPP contains the following personal information:
Anyone listed in the RNPP, whether as a resident or non-resident, is entitled to consult their personal data.
Personal data can be consulted online via MyGuichet.lu, provided that the user is the holder of an electronic LuxTrust certificate.
Applications to receive details of personal data can also be addressed:
Depending on the applicant's wishes, the data—in the form of an extract from the national registry—can either be forwarded by letter to their usual home address, or printed out at the commune office. The extract is in French, German and Luxembourgish.
All persons listed on the registry are also entitled to consult the list of authorities, government administration departments, services, institutions or bodies which have, in the 6 months prior to the application, consulted or updated their data in the national registry, or have received details of such data.
This information can be accessed directly when data is consulted via MyGuichet.lu, under the "Summary of consultations and updates" tab, or can be requested from the Minister for Digitalisation by postal mail (preferably by registered letter), enclosing a copy of the applicant's ID card with the application.
It is also possible to ask the government administration department in question, in writing, (preferably by registered letter) why it consulted your personal data. A copy of your ID card/passport must be enclosed with such requests.
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