Staying and/or working in Luxembourg for more than 90 days as an EU citizen

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All European Union (EU) citizens, as well as members of their family (who are also EU citizens) enjoy freedom of movement within the EU, giving them the right to work and reside in any EU Member State, subject to certain conditions.

Who is concerned?

'EU citizens' are nationals of an EU Member State.

Nationals of the other Contracting Parties of the European Economic Area Agreement (Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein) and the Swiss Confederation are treated as EU citizens.

EU citizens have the right to reside in another Member State if they are:

  • employees;
  • self-employed workers;
  • non-working persons with proof of sufficient financial means of subsistence;
  • students registered in approved public or private education establishments in Luxembourg;
  • family members (who are also EU citizens) of an EU citizen.

The following are considered as 'family members':

  • the spouse;
  • the registered partner;
  • the direct descendants (sons or daughters) of the EU citizen or their spouse/partner if the child is under 21 or is under their care;
  • the direct ascendants (father or mother) if they are under the care of the EU citizen or their spouse/partner;
  • any other family member if:
    • in their country of origin, they are dependent on or belong to the household of the EU citizen beneficiary of the right to reside in the country; or
    • the EU citizen is obliged to personally take care of the family member in question due to serious health problems;
  • the non-registered partner (free union) with whom the EU citizen has a duly demonstrated long-term relationship. These partners cannot be linked to another person through marriage, declared partnership or long-term relationship. The long-term nature of the relationship is assessed according to the strength, the duration and the stability of the relation between the partners, including, in concrete terms:
    • an uninterrupted legal cohabitation for at least one year before coming to Luxembourg;
    • a common child for whom they share parental responsibility.

Any person claiming to be a dependent must provide proof that they have lived in the household of the person in question in the country of origin in the form of a certificate issued by the authorities of the country of origin, or proof of financial support, i.e. proof of poverty in the country of origin, or proof of regular payments (bank transfers, agency transfers, etc. stating the name of the sender and the beneficiary) made to them by the person they wish to join in Luxembourg.

These transfers must have been made regularly over an extended period of time before the family reunification request was submitted. The amounts to be taken into account must have been sufficient to cover the needs of the applicant in the country of origin. The analysis of applications is carried out taking into account the amounts of financial aid transferred, as well as the duration and regularity of the transfers.

If the national of an EU Member State or a country treated as such is a student, the family members who can join him/her are limited to:

  • the spouse/registered partner;
  • the children under their care.

Family members of Luxembourg nationals are treated as family members of EU citizens.

Example: a Portuguese national married to a Luxembourg national has the right to reside in Luxembourg as a family member and must complete a family member registration form (unless they meet the conditions for another category, such as salaried worker).

Prerequisites

EU citizens are entitled to reside in Luxembourg for more than 3 months if they meet one of the following conditions:

  • they work as a salaried employee or are self-employed;
  • they have the resources required to ensure that they or their family members are not dependent on the social welfare system, and also hold medical insurance;
  • they are registered with an approved public or private education institution in Luxembourg, with a view to attending a full-time educational course or, in this context, a professional training course. In this case, they must also be able to demonstrate that they have the resources required to ensure that they or their family members are not dependent on the social welfare system, and also hold medical insurance.

Nationals of an EU Member State or a country treated as such must, when planning their journey, hold a valid national identity card or passport.

The right to reside of an EU citizen and members of their family is conditional on them not becoming unreasonably dependent on the social welfare system. This dependency is currently assessed by considering criteria including the amount and duration of the non-contributory benefits paid, as well as the period of residency.

Preliminary steps

Non-registered partners (free union) must be able to prove the long-term nature of their relationship.

Gaining recognition of the existence of a long-term relationship is an initial step to be taken as part of the registration declaration for a family member of an EU citizen. Once the relationship has been recognised, the recognition must be enclosed with the EU citizen family member registration form.

Recognition of the existence of a long-term relationship must be requested from the General Department of immigration of the Ministry Home Affairs, by stating the surname(s), first name(s) and exact address, and enclosing the following:

  • a copy of the identity card/passport of both applicants;
  • proof that neither of the non-registered partners is related to another person by marriage, registered partnership or long-term relationship (civil status extract, certificate of celibacy, household composition certificate and/or residence certificate issued by the last country of residence);
  • proof of the long-term nature of the relationship:
    • in the case of a common child: proof that the partners share parental responsibility for the child (the child's birth certificate, proof that the partner provides financial support for the child, residence certificate and/or household composition certificate issued by the last country of residence); or
    • in the case of cohabitation: proof that the partners have been in uninterrupted lawful cohabitation for at least one year prior to the application (residence certificate and/or household composition certificate issued by the country in which they were in cohabitation) as well as proof that the partners were residing lawfully in their country of residence (residence permit issued by the country of residence concerned); or
    • alternatively: any proof demonstrating the long-term nature of the relationship.
  • Where necessary, a proxy.

Proxy:
third-country nationals may mandate a third party (e.g. the future employer) to submit the application in their place. In this case, the proxy holder, with the exception of attorneys, must provide proof of their mandate in the form of a written power of attorney, duly dated and signed by the principal. The signature must be preceded by the handwritten note 'bon pour procuration' (good for proxy).

The documents enclosed can be originals or copies.

If the documents are not drawn up in German, French or English, a certified true translation by a sworn translator must be enclosed.

Only complete applications will be processed. Incomplete applications will be returned to the applicant.

If the long-term relationship is recognised, the person concerned will receive a letter of recognition from the General Department of immigration, which should be enclosed with the family member registration form.

How to proceed

Presentation

EU citizens wishing to stay for more than 90 days must declare their arrival and register at their new commune of residence.

If the various documents required by the commune are not in German, French or English, a certified true translation by a sworn translator must be attached.

Entering Luxembourg: declaration of arrival

Within 8 days of their arrival in Luxembourg, EU citizens must make a declaration of arrival at the administration of the commune where they intend to establish residence, and present:

  • a valid national identity card or passport;
  • a family record book or a certificate of marriage or partnership;
  • the children's birth certificates.

Following entry into the country: the registration certificate

Within 3 months from arriving in Luxembourg, the EU national has to fill in a registration certificate. It must necessarily be completed at the communal administration of the place of residence.

The registration form must be accompanied by the documents corresponding to the relevant category:

  • for salaried workers:
    • a copy of their valid national identity card or passport;
    • an employment contract (permanent, fixed-term or interim) compliant with Luxembourg labour law, dated and signed by both parties, or a commitment to hire, dated and signed by the future employer;
A secondary activity (less than 10 hours per week) is not sufficient to receive an authorisation to stay for salaried worker.
  • for self-employed workers:
    • a copy of their valid national identity card or passport;
    • where applicable, a copy of their business permit or a copy of the letter from the Ministry of the Economy certifying that a business permit is not required for the activity carried out;
    • where applicable, a copy of the licence to practice a self-employed activity (doctor, physiotherapist, etc.);
    • where applicable, a service provider contract.
  • for non-working persons:
    • a copy of their valid national identity card or passport;
    • a declaration or proof of sufficient resources to avoid dependency on the social welfare system. Proof of sufficient resources may be documented by proof of an old-age or disability pension, a bank certificate, a certificate of support (accompanied with the last 3 salary slips of the person standing surety or a document certifying their monthly income), wages or benefits paid by another Member State, etc.;
    • proof that they and their families are affiliated to a health insurance scheme. This health insurance must cover all risks in Luxembourg (hospital costs, transport/ambulance, medical costs, etc.). The insurance may be taken out with a private insurance company and may also be taken out in another Member State;
  • for students:
    • a copy of their valid national identity card or passport;
    • proof of registration with an approved public or private institution in Luxembourg;
    • a declaration or proof of sufficient resources to avoid dependency on the social welfare system. Students may provide any proof showing they have sufficient resources. An oral declaration is also permitted;
    • proof of affiliation to health insurance;
EU citizens who live in Luxembourg but study in a neighbouring country must apply for a authorisation to stay as a non-working person.
  • for family members of EU citizens, themselves EU citizens:

    • a copy of their valid national identity card or passport;
    • a copy of the registration certificate of the EU citizen accompanied or joined;
    • then, depending on the case:
      • if they are the spouse or registered partner: a certificate of marriage or registered partnership, or family record book extract;
      • if they are a descendant: proof of the family relationship with the EU citizen they are accompanying or joining (e.g. birth certificate or family record book). If the descendant is over 21, proof the they are under the care of the person they are accompanying or joining (e.g. proof of financial support, proof of education of the descendant);
      • if they are an ascendant: proof of the family relationship with the EU citizen they are accompanying or joining (e.g. birth certificate or family record book) and proof that the ascendant is under the care of the person they are accompanying or joining (e.g. proof of financial support);
      • if they are a partner with whom the EU citizen has a duly recognised long-term relationship: proof of the existence of a long-term relationship with the EU citizen, duly recognised by the Minister responsible for immigration (to be requested using the specific form). Applications for children under the age of ten may be made in their absence by their legal representative.

When submitting their registration form, the applicant immediately receives a registration certificate on which their surname(s), first name(s), exact address, date of registration and registration certificate number are stated (no photo or indication of nationality). The registration certificate is valid for an unlimited period.

After having legally resided in Luxembourg for an uninterrupted period of 5 years, nationals of an EU Member State (or of a country treated as such) and members of their family who are also EU citizens (or of a country treated as such) have the permanent right of residence and can submit a permanent residence permit application to the General Department of immigration.

Withdrawal of the right of residence

EU citizens and members of their family keep their right of residence as long as they do not become unreasonably dependent on the social welfare system. This dependency is currently assessed by considering criteria including the amount and duration of the non-contributory benefits paid to them, as well as the period of residency.

A person in involuntary redundancy is still considered to be a worker and therefore benefits from equal treatment, including with regard to social aid. The benefits they receive are not considered to be benefits likely to constitute unreasonable dependency on the social welfare system.

EU citizens with a permanent right to reside do not lose their right to reside if they use the social welfare system.

Withdrawal procedure

If the General Department of immigration finds that the conditions of residence are not or are no longer met and the EU citizen is unreasonably dependent on the social welfare system, it will inform the person(s) concerned in a first step. Those concerned then have one month to comment. The procedure will proceed in one of the following ways:

  • with a suspension of the withdrawal procedure for 3 to 9 months, in the event that the persons concerned present valid observations;
  • with the halting of the procedure as soon as the persons concerned once again meet the conditions for staying more than 3 months;
  • with a decision to withdraw the right to reside if the persons concerned do not react to the information received or continue not to meet the legal conditions.

In the event that the withdrawal of the right to reside is due to unreasonable dependency on the social welfare system, the citizen will receive a notice to leave the country. This means that they no longer have the right to reside and therefore no longer enjoy the rights connected with legal residence. However, this does not mean the person will be deported.

EU citizens who have had their right to reside withdrawn may regain their right to reside at any time by once again meeting the conditions for staying more than 3 months.

Loss, theft or damage of the permit

In the event that the registration certificate is lost, stolen or damaged, a specific procedure must be followed.

Online services and forms

Who to contact

General Department of immigration - Department for foreigners

Communal Administrations

  • Beaufort

    Address:
    9, rue de l'Eglise L-6315 Beaufort Luxembourg
    Fax:
    (+352) 86 93 88
    Monday to Friday: 08.30 - 12.00 and 14.00 - 16.30 (closed on Thursday afternoon) / open until 20.00 on Wednesdays
  • Bech

    Address:
    1, Enneschtgaass L-6230 Bech Luxembourg
    Fax:
    (+352) 79 06 74
    Email address:
    bech@pt.lu
    Monday to Friday: 08.00 - 12.00 and 13.00 - 17.00 (closed on Monday afternoons); Thursday: 13.00 - 19.00 (open until 17.00 during school holidays)
  • Beckerich

    Address:
    6, Dikrecherstrooss L-8523 Beckerich Luxembourg
    Fax:
    (+352) 23 62 91 62
    Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 08.30 - 12.00; Wednesday: 08.30 - 12.00 and 14.00 - 17.45
  • Berdorf

    Address:
    5, rue de Consdorf L-6551 Berdorf Luxembourg
    Fax:
    (+352) 79 91 89
    Monday to Friday: 08.00 - 12.00; Monday to Wednesday: 14.00 - 16.00; Thursday: 14.00 - 19.00
  • Bertrange

    Address:
    2, beim Schlass L-8058 Bertrange Luxembourg
    B.P. 28 L-8005 Bertrange
    Fax:
    (+352) 26 31 27 57
    Monday to Friday: 08.00 - 12.00 and 13.00 - 16.00
  • Bettembourg

    Address:
    13, rue du Château L-3217 Bettembourg Luxembourg
    B.P. 29 L-3201 Bettembourg
    Fax:
    (+352) 51 80 80-601
    Monday to Friday: 08.30 - 11.30 and 14.00 - 16.30 / "Biergerzenter" open until 19.00 on Thursdays
  • Bettendorf

    Address:
    1, rue Neuve L-9353 Bettendorf Luxembourg
    Fax:
    (+352) 80 92 34
    Monday: 08.00 - 11.30 and 14.00 - 18.45; Tuesday to Friday: 08.00 - 11.30 and 14.00 - 16.30 (closed on Wednesdays)
  • Betzdorf

    Address:
    11, rue du Château L-6922 Berg Luxembourg
    B.P. 2 L-6901 Roodt/Syre
    Fax:
    (+352) 77 00 82
    Lundi à vendredi: 08.00 - 12.00 et 13.30 - 16.30
    (bureau de la population et état civil) / Uniquement sur RDV: lundi, mardi, jeudi, vendredi: 16.30 - 17.00; mercredi: 07.00 - 08.00
  • Bissen

    Address:
    1, rue des Moulins L-7784 Bissen Luxembourg
    B.P. 25 L-7703 Bissen
    Fax:
    (+352) 85 97 63
    Monday: 08.30 - 11.30 and 13.30 - 18.30 (only population service);
    Tuesday to Friday: 08.30 - 11.30 and 13.30 - 16.30 (closed on Thursday morning)
  • Biwer

    Address:
    6, Kiirchestrooss L-6834 Biwer Luxembourg
    Fax:
    (+352) 71 90 25
    Lundi à vendredi: 08.00 - 11.30
    (fermé le 1ier mercredi de chaque mois le matin, ouvert le 1ier mercredi de chaque mois l'après-midi de 14.00 - 18.00)
  • Boulaide

    Address:
    3, rue de la Mairie L-9640 Boulaide Luxembourg
    Fax:
    (+352) 99 36 92
    Monday, Thursday: 14.00 - 17.00; Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 08.30 - 12.00
  • Bourscheid

    Address:
    1, Schlassweee L-9140 Bourscheid Luxembourg
    Fax:
    (+352) 99 03 57-565
    Monday to Friday: 08.00 - 12.00; Monday: 14.00 - 18.00; Tuesday to Friday: 14.00 - 16.00 (except on Wednesdays)
  • Bous-Waldbredimus

    Address:
    20, rue Luxembourg L-5408 Bous Luxembourg
    Phone:
    (+352) 28 86 04 01
    Biergerzenter
    Fax:
    (+352) 28 86 04 109
    Other services: please make an appointment during normal office hours
  • Clervaux

    Address:
    Montée du Château L-9712 Clervaux Luxembourg
    B.P. 35 L-9701 Clervaux
    Fax:
    (+352) 27 800-900
    Lundi à vendredi: 08.00 - 11.30; mardi à vendredi: 14.00 - 16.30
    mercredi ouvert jusqu'à 19.00 (uniquement bureau de la population, sauf la veille d'un jour férié)
  • Colmar-Berg

    Address:
    5, rue de la Poste L-7730 Colmar-Berg Luxembourg
    B.P. 10 L-7701 Colmar-Berg
    Fax:
    (+352) 83 55 43-225
    Monday to Thursday: 08.00 - 12.00; Wednesday: 13.00 - 17.00 (closed on Fridays)
  • Consdorf

    Address:
    8, route d'Echternach L-6212 Consdorf Luxembourg
    Fax:
    (+352) 79 04 31
    Monday to Friday: 08.00 - 12.00 and 14.00 - 16.00; open until 18.00 on Tuesdays
  • Contern

    Address:
    4, Place de la Mairie L-5310 Contern Luxembourg
    Fax:
    (+352) 35 72 36
    Email address:
    info@contern.lu
    Monday-Friday: 08.15 - 11.30 and 13.30 - 16.30 / or by appointment between 07.00 - 08.15 and 16.30 - 18.30
  • Dalheim

    Address:
    Gemengeplaz L-5680 Dalheim Luxembourg
    Fax:
    (+352) 23 60 53-50
    Closed Monday and Friday afternoon; appointments can be made for urgent administrative matters.
  • Diekirch

    Address:
    27, avenue de la Gare L-9233 Diekirch Luxembourg
    B.P. 145 L-9202 Diekirch
    Fax:
    (+352) 80 87 80-250
    Lundi à vendredi: 08.30 - 11.30 et 14.00 - 16.30 / Bureau de la population et état civil: mercredi jusqu'à 18.00
  • Differdange

    Address:
    40, avenue Charlotte L-4530 Differdange Luxembourg
    B.P. 12 L-4501 Differdange
    Fax:
    (+352) 58 77 1-1210
    Monday and Friday: 08.00 - 11.30 and 13.30 - 16.30 / the "Biergeramt" is also open on Saturday morning: 09.00 - 11.00
  • Dippach

    Address:
    11, rue de l'Eglise L-4994 Schouweiler Luxembourg
    B.P. 59 L-4901 Bascharage
    Fax:
    (+352) 27 95 25-299
    Email address:
    commune@dippach.lu
    Monday to Friday: 08.00 - 12.00 and 14.00 - 17.00; open until 18.00 on Mondays; Wednesday from 07.30
  • Dudelange

    Address:
    Place de l'Hôtel de Ville L-3590 Dudelange Luxembourg
    B.P. 73 L-3401 Dudelange
    Fax:
    (+352) 51 61 21-299
    Monday, Tuesday and Friday: 8.00-12.00 and 13.00-17.00; Wednesday: 8.00-12.00 and 13.00-19.00; Thursday: 8.00-17.00
  • Echternach

    Address:
    2, place du Marché L-6460 Echternach Luxembourg
    B.P. 22 L-6401 Echternach
    Fax:
    (+352) 72 92 22-51
    Lundi à jeudi: 08.30 -11.30 et 14.00 - 16.30 ; vendredi: 08.30 - 13.00 heures / Bureau de la population et état civil: lundi ouvert jusqu’à 19.00
  • Ell

    Address:
    27, Haaptstrooss L-8530 Ell Luxembourg
    B.P. 9 L-8501 Redange/Attert
    Fax:
    (+352) 26 62 38-55
    Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 08.15 - 11.45; Thursday: 13.30 - 18.30
  • Erpeldange sur Sûre

    Address:
    21, Porte des Ardennes L-9145 Erpeldange-sur-Sûre Luxembourg
    B.P. 39 L-9001 Ettelbruck
    Fax:
    (+352) 81 97 08
    Monday: 07.30 - 11.30 and 13.00 - 18.00; Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 07.30 - 11.30 and 13.00 - 16.30; closed on Wednesday
  • Esch sur Alzette

    Address:
    Place de l'Hôtel de Ville L-4002 Esch-sur-Alzette Luxembourg
    B.P. 145 L-4002 Esch-sur-Alzette
    Fax:
    (+352) 54 35 14 667
    Monday to Friday: 08.00 - 17.00 ("Biergeramt")
  • Esch-sur-Sûre

    Address:
    1, an der Gaass L-9150 Eschdorf Luxembourg
    Fax:
    (+352) 83 91 12-25
    Monday to Thursday: 08.00 - 11.30 and 13.00 - 16.30 ; open until 18.30 on Mondays, Friday: 08.00 - 11.30
  • Ettelbruck

    Address:
    Place de l'Hôtel de Ville L-9087 Ettelbruck Luxembourg
    B.P. 116 L-9002 Ettelbruck
    Fax:
    (+352) 81 91 81-364
    Monday to Friday: 08.00 - 11.30 and 13.30 - 16.30; open until 18.30 on Wednesdays
  • Feulen

    Address:
    25, route de Bastogne L-9176 Niederfeulen Luxembourg
    Fax:
    (+352) 81 79 08
    Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday: 08.00 - 12.00 (closed on Thursday morning and Friday afternoon); Monday; 13.00 - 16.00; Wednesday: 13.00-17.00,; Thursday: 13.00 - 18.00
  • Fischbach

    Address:
    1, rue de l'Eglise L-7430 Fischbach Luxembourg
    Fax:
    (+352) 32 70 84-50
    Monday-Friday: 08.30 - 11.30 and 14.00 - 18.00
  • Flaxweiler

    Address:
    1, rue de Berg L-6926 Flaxweiler Luxembourg
    Fax:
    (+352) 77 08 33
    Monday to Friday: 08.30 - 11.30 and 13.30 - 16.30
  • Frisange

    Address:
    10, Munnerëferstrooss L-5701 Frisange Luxembourg
    B.P. 12 L-5701 Aspelt
    Fax:
    (+352) 23 66 06 88
    closed on Friday afternoon
  • Garnich

    Address:
    15, rue de l'Ecole L-8353 Garnich Luxembourg
    Fax:
    (+352) 38 00 19 90
    Monday-Friday: 08.30-11.30; Monday: 14.00 - 18.00; Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 14.00 - 16.00; Thursday afternoon closed.
  • Goesdorf

    Address:
    1, Op der Driicht L-9653 Goesdorf Luxembourg
    Fax:
    (+352) 89 91 73
    Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 08.30 - 11.30 and 13.30 - 16.30; every 2nd Tuesday evening from 16.30-18.30 / closed on Wednesday.
  • Grevenmacher

    Address:
    6, Place du Marché L-6755 Grevenmacher Luxembourg
    B.P. 5 L-6701 Grevenmacher
    Fax:
    (+352) 75 03 11-80
  • Grosbous-Wahl

    Address:
    1, rue de Bastogne L-9154 Grosbous Luxembourg
    PO box 7 L-9006 Grosbous
    Fax:
    (+352) 83 86 55
  • Habscht

    Address:
    Place Denn L-8465 Eischen Luxembourg
    Fax:
    (+352) 39 01 33-209
    Maison communale à Eischen: lundi à vendredi: 08.00 - 12.00; lundi, jeudi, vendredi: 13.00 - 17.00; mardi: 13.00 - 19.00; mercredi fermé / Bureau communal à Hobscheid: mercredi: 10.00 - 12.00 / Bureau communal à Septfontaines: mercredi: 13.30 - 16.30
  • Heffingen

    Address:
    2, am Duerf L-7651 Heffingen Luxembourg
    Fax:
    (+352) 87 97 54
  • Helperknapp

    Address:
    2, rue de Hollenfels L-7481 Tuntange Luxembourg
    Fax:
    (+352) 28 80 40-299
    Monday: 08.00 – 11.30 / Tuesday: 07.00 – 11.30 and 13.30 – 16.30 / Wednesday: 08.00 – 11.30 and 13.30 – 16.30 (* Nocturne every first Wednesday of the month until 18.30 / Thursday: 08.00 – 11.30 and 13.30 – 16.30 (** Thursday afternoon by appointment only) / Friday: 08.h00 – 11.30.
  • Hesperange

    Address:
    474, route de Thionville L-5886 Hesperange Luxembourg
    B.P. 10 L-5801 Hesperange
    Fax:
    (+352) 36 00 06
    Monday to Friday: 07.45 - 11.45 and 13.30 - 17.00; open until 18.00 on Thursdays
  • Junglinster

    Address:
    12, rue de Bourglinster L-6112 Junglinster Luxembourg
    B.P. 14 L-6101 Junglinster
    Fax:
    (+352) 78 83 19
    Lundi à vendredi: 08.00 - 12.30 et 13.00 - 16.30 / ouvert jeudi jusqu'à 19.00 (sauf la veille d'un jour férié)
  • Käerjeng

    Address:
    24, rue de l'Eau L-4920 Bascharage Luxembourg
    B.P. 50 L-4901 Bascharage
    Fax:
    (+352) 50 05 52 399
    Monday to Friday: 08.00 - 11.30 and 13.30 - 16.00 (or by appointment)
  • Kayl

    Address:
    4, rue de l'Hôtel de Ville L-3674 Kayl Luxembourg
    B.P. 56 L-3601 Kayl
    Fax:
    (+352) 56 33 23
  • Kehlen

    Address:
    15, rue de Mamer L-8280 Kehlen Luxembourg
    Fax:
    (+352) 30 91 91-200
    Monday-Friday: 07.00 - 11.30 and 13.30 - 16.00
  • Kiischpelt

    Address:
    7, op der Gare L-9776 Wilwerwiltz Luxembourg
    Fax:
    (+352) 92 06 15
    Monday to Friday: 09.00 - 11.30 and 14.00 - 16.30
  • Koerich

    Address:
    2, rue du Château L-8385 Koerich Luxembourg
    Fax:
    (+352) 39 73 62
  • Kopstal

    Address:
    28, rue de Saeul L-8189 Kopstal Luxembourg
    Fax:
    (+352) 30 04 15
    Monday to Friday: 07.30 - 12.00 and 13.30 - 16.00
  • Lac de la Haute-Sûre

    Address:
    7, Duerfstrooss L-9635 Bavigne Luxembourg
    Fax:
    (+352) 99 35 53
    Monday, Friday: 08.00 -11.30; Tuesday, Thursday: 08.00 - 11.30 and 13.30 - 16.30 (closed on Wednesdays)
  • Larochette

    Address:
    33, chemin J.A. Zinnen L-7626 Larochette Luxembourg
    Fax:
    (+352) 87 96 46
    Service population: lundi à vendredi: 08.00 - 12.00 et 14.00 - 17.00, lundi ouvert jusqu'à 19.00 / Sécrétariat et état civil: lundi à vendredi de 08.00 - 12.00 et 14.00 à 17.00
  • Lenningen

    Address:
    3, rue de l'Église L-5414 Canach Luxembourg