Topics of interest
Luxembourg entry visa for third-country nationals
Nationals from certain non-EU countries who wish to visit, transit through or work in Luxembourg must, before their departure, have a valid travel document with a visa issued by a consular authority from one of the countries in the......
Declaring one's move to a new commune of residence
Any person, regardless of nationality, who establishes residence in a commune of Luxembourg must, upon their arrival, declare their presence to the census office (Bureau de la population) of the communal administration of their new place of residence. Moreover, foreign......
Requesting a permanent residence permit for EU citizens
After 5 years of lawful and uninterrupted stay in Luxembourg, citizens of an EU Member State or of a country treated as such (Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein and Switzerland) and the members of their family (also citizens of an EU Member......
Going on a school trip as a young person from Ukraine (beneficiary of temporary protection)
Children who have come to Luxembourg to escape the war in Ukraine and who are enrolled in a school in Luxembourg may go on school trips to another EU Member State or to a country treated as such (Iceland, Liechtenstein......
Requesting temporary protection
Temporary protection status is a specific protection status applied at EU level for people who have fled the war in Ukraine. It is available to anyone who was a resident of Ukraine before 24 February 2022 and who arrived in......
Loss, theft or deterioration of the residence document of a British national or his/her family member as a beneficiary of the Withdrawal Agreement
In the event of loss, theft or deterioration of their residence permit, British nationals and their family members, as beneficiaries of the Withdrawal Agreement, must complete the replacement application, return it to the Immigration Directorate of the Ministry of Foreign......