Application for family reunification for third-country nationals

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A third-country national who wishes to come to Luxembourg for a period of more than 3 months for reasons of family reunification with another third-country national must follow a procedure in two consecutive steps:

  • Step 1: before entering the country:
    • submit an application for a temporary authorisation to stay to the Immigration Directorate of the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs, Defence, Development Cooperation and Foreign Trade;
    • hold a valid passport;
    • for persons subject to visa requirements in order to enter Luxembourg: request a type D visa after having obtained the temporary authorisation to stay;
  • Step 2: after entering the country:
    • make a declaration of arrival in the new commune of residence in Luxembourg;
    • undergo a medical check;
    • submit an application for a residence permit.

Who is concerned?

Every third-country national (i.e. a national from a country which is not an EU Member State or a country treated as such - Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein and Switzerland) requires an authorisation to stay and then a residence permit if they live abroad and wish to reside in Luxembourg with a family member who is also a third-country national.

The application for an authorisation to stay has to be submitted by the third-country national before entering the country. However, the third-country national can mandate a third party (i.e. such as the their family member living in Luxembourg) to submit the application on their behalf.

This procedure applies to third-country nationals who are family members of a third-country national (i.e. a national of a country which is not an EU Member State or a country treated as such) who wishes to join their family member(s) in Luxembourg.

Family reunification is not possible for all family members. The definition of a family member includes:

  • the spouse or registered partner of the sponsor, aged 18 or over at the time of the application for family reunification (family reunification for a spouse is not allowed in the case of polygamous marriages, i.e. if the sponsor already has a spouse living in the family Luxembourg);
  • the unmarried children under 18 of the sponsor and/or the spouse or partner for whom they have custody and where the children are dependent on them, or, in the case of shared custody, where the other party sharing custody has given their consent;
  • the first-degree direct ascendants (mother and father) of unaccompanied minors who have been granted international protection.

The minister may widen the possibilities for family reunification to the following persons provided the applicant has lawfully resided in Luxembourg for at least 12 months:

  • first-degree direct ascendants of the sponsor or their spouse or partner (mother and father), where they are dependent on the sponsor or their spouse or partner and lack the necessary family support in their country of origin;
  • unmarried children aged 18 or over of the sponsor or their spouse or partner, where they are objectively unable to provide for their own needs on account of their state of health;
  • the legal guardian or any other family member of an unaccompanied minor who has been granted international protection and who has no direct ascendants.

Non-EU nationals who are family members of an EU citizen (or a national of a country treated as such) living in Luxembourg must obtain a residence permit. The procedure to be followed depends on the duration of their stay:

Specific case: simplified procedure for children born in Luxembourg

There is a simplified procedure for children born in Luxembourg to parents who are third-country nationals, and who are residing legally in Luxembourg. Such new-born children will be granted, on application, a "family member" residence permit. The application must be submitted on a specific form together with the following documents:

  • a copy of their valid passport, in its entirety;
  • a photo complying with ICAO/OACI standards;
  • proof of payment of a fee of EUR 80 to account IBAN LU46 1111 2582 2814 0000 (BIC: CCPLLULL, beneficiary: Ministère des Affaires étrangères et européennes, de la Défense, de la Coopération et du Commerce extérieur, Direction de l'immigration; Communication: titre de séjour dans le chef de 'insert your name here').

Specific case: a third-country national wishing to come to Luxembourg to get married

There is no specific provision for entering the country for a marriage. Third-country nationals wishing to marry a third-country national legally residing in Luxembourg must follow the normal procedure for a stay of less than three months. If necessary, they must also apply for a short-stay visa, and must meet the conditions for entry and for a short stay.

Prerequisites

In order to bring their family to Luxembourg, third-country nationals residing in Luxembourg (the 'sponsor') must meet a number of conditions. They must:

  • demonstrate the intention to apply for a long-term residence permit;
  • provide proof that they have stable, regular and sufficient resources (salary, wages, income from assets) to support themselves and the family members under their care, without having to resort to social welfare. The level of the resources of the third-country national who is applying for family reunification for members of their family is assessed with reference to the average monthly minimum wage of an unskilled worker over a period of 12 months. The resources of the third-country national must be at least equivalent to this reference level. The prospective assessment of the likelihood of maintaining stable, regular and sufficient resources is based on a prognosis that the resources will reasonably be available during the year following the date of submission of the application for family reunification, so that the sponsor does not have to resort to the social assistance system. The Minister may take into account the sponsor's income during the 6 months preceding the application. Where the applicant's level of resources does not reach 'the level referred to' in the preceding paragraph, the Minister may nevertheless issue a favourable decision, taking into account the evolution of the applicant's situation, in particular in relation to the stability of their employment and income or in relation to the fact that they are the owner of their dwelling or benefit from free of charge housing;
  • have appropriate accommodation to host the family member(s) (floor area of at least 12 m² for the first occupant and 12 m² per additional occupant, with natural light through windows that can be opened and closed properly and which measure at least 1/10 of the floor area, heating, running water, electricity, etc.);
  • have health insurance cover for themselves and the family member(s) (health insurance certificate or certificate of co-insurance covering their stay in Luxembourg issued by a Luxembourg or foreign social security body and/or by a private insurance company).

The condition of a stay of a determined minimum duration in Luxembourg does not apply in the following cases:

  • for the sponsor who wishes to bring their minor children to Luxembourg if the sponsor has sole custody;
  • for the sponsor with an "EU Blue Card" (highly qualified worker)", "transferred worker" or "researcher" or who has long-term resident status in another EU Member State and who is exercising the right to reside in Luxembourg and whose family was already established in the other Member State. These persons may be accompanied by their spouse or registered partner, as well as their unmarried children aged under 18, when they enter Luxembourg.

Special case: special provisions for recipients of international protection

Recipients of international protection may apply for family reunification and will only have to fulfil the conditions applicable to accommodation and resources if the sponsor submits the application later than 6 months after the date where international protection was granted.

In addition to the family members referred to above, it is also possible to apply for family reunification for the following persons:

  • the first-degree direct ascendants (mother and father) of unaccompanied minors who have been granted international protection;
  • following approval by the Minister: the legal guardian or any other family member of an unaccompanied minor who has been granted international protection and who has no direct ascendants.

The family member of the sponsor must, when planning their journey:

How to proceed

Step 1: before entering the country

Application for an authorisation to stay

The third-country national must submit an application for a temporary authorisation to stay (on plain paper) from their country of origin:

Except in special cases (e.g. third-country nationals who already hold a residence permit in Luxembourg), the application must be submitted and approved before entering the country. Applications submitted from Luxembourg are inadmissible.

The application for a temporary authorisation to stay must contain the applicant's identity details (surname(s), first name(s) and address) and must be accompanied by the following documents and information:

  • the sponsor's proof of sufficient resources to cover their needs and those of their family members (e.g. payslips, tax return, income from assets) at least equivalent to the minimum wage for unskilled workers over a period of 12 months. The proof must cover the 12 months prior to submitting the application;
  • proof of suitable housing in Luxembourg of the sponsor and the members of their family (e.g. least contract, property deed - a floor area of at least 12 m² for the first occupant and 9 m² per additional occupant, with natural light through windows that can be opened and closed properly and which measure at least 1/10 of the floor area, heating, running water, electricity, etc.);
  • proof of health insurance cover for the sponsor and their family members (certificate of medical cover or certificate of co-insurance for health care during their stay in Luxembourg issued by a Luxembourg or foreign social security body and/or a private insurance company);
  • where necessary, a power of attorney.

Power of attorney: third-country nationals may mandate a third party to submit the application in their place. In this case, the mandate 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).

These documents are not required for applicants for an authorisation to stay as a highly skilled worker ('EU Blue Card'), a transferred worker or a researcher who submit the application for an authorisation to stay for their family members at the same time as their own application.

The documents enclosed must be originals or certified true copies. Should the authenticity of a document be in doubt, the Minister of Immigration can request that the document be authenticated by the appropriate local authority and legalised by the Embassy (or alternatively notarised with an apostille of the Hague).

If the documents are not drawn up in German, French or English, an official translation by a 'sworn translator' must be attached.

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

Additional documents to be attached depending on the case

Sponsor's spouse or registered partner:
  • a copy of the entire valid passport of the spouse/partner;
  • a recent extract from the criminal records or a sworn affidavit by the spouse/partner in their country of residence;
  • a certificate attesting to the marriage or registered partnership (marriage certificate, registered partnership certificate, family record book, etc.).
Descendants (children) of the sponsor or sponsor's spouse/partner:
  • a copy of the child's entire valid passport;
  • proof of the family relationship with the sponsor (child's birth certificate, family record book, etc.);
  • if the parents are divorced (only applicable to children aged under 18):
    • a copy of the ruling granting custody of the minor child to the parent residing in Luxembourg; and
    • if the other parent has visiting or accommodation rights: the notarised authorisation of the parent residing abroad attesting to their agreement to the child moving to Luxembourg (accompanied by an identity document for the parent residing abroad);
  • in the case of shared custody (only applicable to children aged under 18): the notarised authorisation of the parent who does not reside in Luxembourg duly authorising the child to move to Luxembourg (accompanied by an identity document for the parent residing abroad).
Ascendant (parent) of the sponsor or sponsor's spouse/partner:
  • the copy of the entire valid passport of the ascendant;
  • a recent extract from the criminal record or a sworn affidavit established in their country of residence;
  • a document attesting to the family relationship (e.g. birth certificate of the sponsor or the sponsor's spouse/partner);
  • a document certifying the applicant's marital status and family situation, as well as proof that they do not have the necessary family support in their country of origin (e.g. family record book or any equivalent document issued by the authorities of the applicant's country of origin, etc.);
  • proof that the parent was under the responsibility of the sponsor prior to the application for family reunification (e.g. proof of regular payments by the sponsor to the parent's address);
  • a document attesting the financial situation of the parent in their country of origin (e.g. proof of the parent's own resources, such as income, assets, etc.).

The documents enclosed must be originals or certified true copies (except for the passport where a plain copy will suffice). Should the authenticity of a document be in doubt, the Minister of Immigration can request that the document be authenticated by the appropriate local authority and legalised by the Embassy (or alternatively notarised with an apostille of the Hague).

If the documents are not drawn up in German, French or English, an official translation by a 'sworn translator' must be attached.

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

Deadline for the response from the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs, Defence, Development Cooperation and Foreign Trade

The time required for a response from the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs, Defence, Development Cooperation and Foreign Trade is generally a maximum of 9 months. If no response is received within this time, the application has been rejected. In exceptional cases linked to the complexity of the examination of the application, this deadline may be extended.

In case of a favourable reply, the third-country national receives a 'temporary authorisation to stay' sent by post. This temporary authorisation to stay is valid for a duration of 90 days. During that time, the third-country national must:

  • either apply for an entry visa to the Schengen area, if they are subject to visa requirements;
  • or, if they are not subject to visa requirements, enter Luxembourg territory and make a declaration to the administration of the commune where they reside.

After entering Luxembourg, the third-country national must take steps to obtain a residence permit.

Passport and visa

If they do not require a visa, the third-country national may enter Luxembourg with their authorisation to stay and their passport.

If the third-country national does require a visa, they must apply for a type D visa before their trip and from their country of origin. The application, along with their authorisation to stay, must be submitted to:

The visa, valid for a maximum period of 3 months, is affixed in the passport in the form of a seal.

If the applicant's passport is due to expire in less than 6 months, they are advised to renew it before coming to Luxembourg.

If the third-country national has a valid residence permit for family members of an EU citizen or a valid residence permit issued by another EU Member State, a visa is not required. The third-country national must nonetheless have a temporary authorisation to stay.

Step 2: after entering the country

Declaration of arrival

When entering Luxembourg territory, the third-country national must hold valid travel documents (visa and passport, where applicable), as well as their temporary authorisation to stay.

They must make a declaration of arrival at the administration of the commune where they intend to establish residence, within 3 days of arrival in Luxembourg, presenting:

  • a valid travel document (passport and, where applicable, a visa or a residence permit or authorisation issued by another EU Member State);
  • the original temporary authorisation to stay;
  • a valid proof of address (i.e.: rental agreement, electricity bill, etc.), where applicable.

The applicant will receive a copy of the declaration of arrival as a receipt.

The copy of the declaration of arrival together with the temporary authorisation to stay are valid as an authorisation to stay until the residence permit is issued.

The temporary authorisation to stay allows third-country nationals to work in Luxembourg as soon as they arrive (see below under 'Period of validity of the residence permit' regarding access to the job market).

Medical check

The third-country national must undergo a medical check for foreigners as soon as possible which consists of:

  • a medical examination by a doctor established in Luxembourg and authorised to work as a general practitioner, a practitioner specialised in internal medicine or pediatrics; and
  • a tuberculosis (TB) screening performed at a medical analysis laboratory (with a prescription from the doctor who performed the medical examination) or at the Health and Social Welfare League (Ligue médico-sociale - LMS), for any person aged 2 years and over; and
  • a tuberculosis screening using a tuberculin test at the Health and Social Welfare League (Ligue médico-sociale - LMS) for children aged between 2 months and 2 years.

After receiving the results of these examinations, the Health Inspection (Inspection sanitaire) of the Health Directorate (Direction de la Santé) will issue a medical certificate, which will be sent to the Immigration Directorate of the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs, Defence, Development Cooperation and Foreign Trade to allow the residence permit application to be processed.

Residence permit application

Third-country nationals must submit an application for a residence permit for third-country nationals to the Immigration Directorate of the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs, Defence, Development Cooperation and Foreign Trade within 3 months of entry into Luxembourg.

Applications for a residence permit can be submitted online using MyGuichet.lu or by post using a special form (see 'Forms / Online services').

Submitting the application online

The application for a residence permit is available on MyGuichet.lu. The online procedure can be completed:

  • with authentication using:
    • a LuxTrust product (e.g. Smartcard, Signing stick or Token); or
    • an electronic identity card (eID); or
  • without authentication.

The supporting documents indicated below must be attached to the online application.

Submitting the application by post

If the application is submitted by post, the application form and the supporting documents indicated hereafter must be sent to the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs, Defence, Development Cooperation and Foreign Trade.

Supporting documents

The following documents must be attached to the application:

  • a copy of their valid passport, in its entirety;
  • a copy of the declaration of arrival established by the communal authority;
  • proof of payment of a fee of EUR 80 to account IBAN LU46 1111 2582 2814 0000 (BIC: CCPLLULL; beneficiary: Ministère des Affaires étrangères et européennes, de la Défense, de la Coopération et du Commerce extérieur, Direction de l'immigration; Communication: titre de séjour dans le chef de 'insert your name here').

When the application is approved, the applicant will receive a letter inviting them to make an appointment with the Immigration Directorate of the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs, Defence, Development Cooperation and Foreign Trade in order to have their photograph and fingerprints taken, which will be incorporated into the residence permit. The applicant may also bring a recent photograph compliant with OACI/ICAO standards ('biometric passport standards').

A few days after the biometric data have been collected, the applicant can pick up the residence permit in person at the Immigration Directorate, by appointment.

The residence permit takes the form of a chip card containing the biometric data. It also contains the work permit.

The residence permit includes information about its holder (surname(s), first name(s), nationality, date and place of birth), as well as specific information about the residence permit (permit category, period of validity of permit).

Certain residence permit categories include additional information (French, Pdf, 151 Kb) in the 'observations' field. In the case of the residence permit for a 'family member', from 1 September 2023 the observations on the permit include the information that the family member is allowed to work in Luxembourg.

NB: Family members who are third-country nationals and who hold a valid 'family member' residence permit issued before 1 September 2023 are authorised to work in Luxembourg from 1 September 2023 in any salaried or self-employed activity, regardless of any note (French, Pdf, 151 Kb) indicated in the observations on their residence permit.

Validity period and renewal

Period of validity of the residence permit

The residence permit is valid from the date of the declaration of arrival at the commune. It is renewable on request as long as the eligibility conditions are met.

NB: foreigners who intend to leave the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg for more than 6 months must return their residence permit to the Minister and make a declaration of departure at the administration of the commune where they resided.

Holders of a residence permit for 'family members' are given access to:

  • education and professional guidance;
  • training;
  • the job market; and
  • advanced training and retraining courses.

The permit holder is authorised to carry out a salaried or self-employed activity in Luxembourg. They can apply for a separate residence permit for salaried workers or self-employed workers if they meet the legal requirements.

The first residence permit is valid for one​​​ year.

As an exception, the family members of a family already established in another Member State of the European Union have the right to accompany or join a third-country national who has obtained long-term resident status in another EU Member State and who is exercising the right to reside in Luxembourg. Family members will be granted a residence permit valid for a period of 5 years.

Renewal of the residence permit

In order to renew a residence permit, third country nationals must apply to the Immigration Directorate of the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs, Defence, Development Cooperation and Foreign Trade (Ministère des Affaires Étrangères et Européennes) within 2 months prior to the expiry date of the residence permit.

Applications for renewal can be made in the same way as for the initial residence permit application, as described above, i.e. online using MyGuichet.lu or by post using a specific form (see 'Forms / Online services'). It must be accompanied by the following documents:

  • a copy of their valid passport, in its entirety;
  • a recent certificate of affiliation with the Joint Social Security Centre (Centre Commun de la Sécurité Sociale - CCSS) which must include all the third-country national's affiliations with the Luxembourg social security or a recent certificate certifying that the third-country national is a co-insured party for social security;
  • a recent extract from the criminal record in Luxembourg (if the applicant is aged 18 or over);
  • proof of payment of a fee of EUR 80 to account IBAN LU46 1111 2582 2814 0000 (BIC: CCPLLULL, beneficiary: Ministère des Affaires étrangères et européennes, de la Défense, de la Coopération et du Commerce extérieur, Direction de l'immigration; Communication: titre de séjour dans le chef de 'insert your name here').

NB: if the holder of a 'family member' residence permit also holds a permit for ancillary work activities, they must check whether the work permit expires at the same time as the residence permit. In that case, they must enclose a copy of the valid work contract compliant with Luxembourg labour law, duly dated and signed, to their application.

After 5 years of a legal and uninterrupted stay in Luxembourg, they may directly submit an application to obtain long-term resident status.

Holders of a family member residence permit may, after a maximum of 5 years of residence, apply for a residence permit in their own right, independently of the sponsor, provided they can prove that they have sufficient resources.

In the event of a change in the family situation (divorce, dissolution of registered partnership, marriage annulment, death of the sponsor), family members who can demonstrate 3 years of legal residence in Luxembourg may apply for a residence permit in their own right (on paper), so that they are no longer dependent on the residence permit of the sponsor.

Family members may also apply for a residence permit in their own right (on plain paper), without having to meet the three-year residence condition where a couple relationship has broken down under particularly difficult circumstances, notably due to domestic violence.

Loss, theft or damage to the residence permit

If the residence permit is lost, stolen or damaged, a special procedure needs to be followed.

Online services and forms

Online services

Downloadable forms

Who to contact

Immigration Directorate - Department for Foreigners

Communal Administrations

  • Beaufort
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    4, Place de la Mairie L-5310 Contern Luxembourg
    Fax: (+352) 35 72 36
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    10, Munnerëferstrooss L-5701 Frisange Luxembourg
    B.P. 12 L-5701 Aspelt
    Fax: (+352) 23 66 06 88
    closed on Friday afternoon
  • Garnich
    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
    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
    6, Place du Marché L-6755 Grevenmacher Luxembourg
    B.P. 5 L-6701 Grevenmacher
    Fax: (+352) 75 03 11-80
  • Grosbous-Wahl
    1, rue de Bastogne L-9154 Grosbous Luxembourg
    PO box 7 L-9006 Grosbous
    Fax: (+352) 83 86 55
  • Habscht
    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
    2, am Duerf L-7651 Heffingen Luxembourg
    Fax: (+352) 87 97 54
  • Helperknapp
    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
    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
    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
    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
    4, rue de l'Hôtel de Ville L-3674 Kayl Luxembourg
    B.P. 56 L-3601 Kayl
    Fax: (+352) 56 33 23
  • Kehlen
    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
    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
    2, rue du Château L-8385 Koerich Luxembourg
    Fax: (+352) 39 73 62
  • Kopstal
    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
    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
    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
    3, rue de l'Église L-5414 Canach Luxembourg
    Fax: (+352) 35 97 36
    Population office and civil registry office: Monday to Friday from 08.00 to 12.00 and 13.00 to 16.00; by prior appointment also on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 07.00 to 08.00 and on Wednesdays from 16.00 to 18.00
  • Leudelange
    5, Place des Martyrs L-3361 Leudelange Luxembourg
    B.P. 32 L-3205 Leudelange
    Fax: (+352) 37 92 92 50
    Monday to Friday: 08.00 - 11.30 and 13.30 - 16.00; open until 18.30 on Thursdays
  • Lintgen
    2, rue de Diekirch L-7440 Lintgen Luxembourg
    Fax: (+352) 32 03 59-35
    Monday-Friday: 08.30 - 12.00 and 13.00 - 16.00; open until 19.00 on Thursdays
  • Lorentzweiler
    87, route de Luxembourg L-7373 Lorentzweiler Luxembourg
    B.P. 7 L-7507 Lorentzweiler
    Fax: (+352) 33 32 88
  • Luxembourg
    42, Place Guillaume II Luxembourg Luxembourg
    L-2090 Luxembourg
    Monday-Friday: 08.00 - 12.00 and 13.30 - 18.00
  • Mamer
    1, Place de l'Indépendance L-8252 Mamer Luxembourg
    B.P. 50 L-8201 Mamer
    Fax: (+352) 31 00 31-72
    Wednesday after-hours opening: 16.30-19.00 by appointment only. (https://rendezvous.mamer.lu)
  • Manternach
    3, Kirchewee L-6850 Manternach Luxembourg
    Fax: (+352) 71 08 16
  • Mersch
    Place St. Michel L-7556 Mersch Luxembourg
    B.P. 93 L-7501 Mersch
    Fax: (+352) 32 80 13
    Monday to Friday: 08.30 - 11.30 and 13.30 - 16.00; open until 19.00 on Wednesday
  • Mertert
    1-3, Grand-Rue L-6630 Wasserbillig Luxembourg
    B.P. 4 L-6601 Wasserbillig
    Fax: (+352) 74 85 97
    Monday to Friday: 07.00 - 12.00 and 13.00 - 16.00
  • Mertzig
    22, rue Principale L-9168 Mertzig Luxembourg
    Monday - Friday: 08.30 - 11.30 and 13.30 - 16.30; Wednesday: 07.30 - 11.30 (morning only)
  • Mondercange
    Rue Arthur Thinnes L-3901 Mondercange Luxembourg
    B.P. 50 L-3901 Mondercange
    Fax: (+352) 57 21 66
    Lundi à vendredi: 07.30 - 11.30 et 13.00 - 16.00
  • Mondorf-les-Bains
    1, Place des Villes Jumelées L-5627 Mondorf-les-Bains Luxembourg
    B.P. 55 L-5601 Mondorf-les-Bains
    Fax: (+352) 23 60 55-29
    Monday to Friday: 08.00 - 12.00 and 13.30 - 16.00; open until 18.30 on the first Wednesday of the month; Friday: 07.00 - 15.00
  • Niederanven
    18, rue d'Ernster L-6977 Oberanven Luxembourg
    B.P. 21 L-6905 Niederanven
    Fax: (+352) 34 11 34 47
    Monday to Thursday: 08.00 - 11.30 and 13.00 - 16.30; open until 19.00 on Monday; Friday: 08.00 - 14.00
  • Nommern
    31, rue Principale L-7465 Nommern Luxembourg