How does the social security system work in Luxembourg? How do I get the European health insurance card? Am I entitled to the reimbursement of my health expenses?
How do I declare an inability to work? What to do in the case of an accident? What are my rights and duties as a patient?
What types of social aid are available to me?
Learn more about the social security system in Luxembourg. The social security system aims to protect insured persons against a certain number of risks which are likely to reduce or stop the person's professional activity, to increase certain health expenses or to create a state of dependency.
The healthcare reimbursement statements are available on MyGuichet.lu
Receive the healthcare reimbursement statement concerning your expenses for the doctor directly on MyGuichet.lu by activating the eDelivery option.
Medical visits abroad
What is required to receive healthcare abroad or to be reimbursed the expenses for a medical consultation abroad?
Pregnant women benefit from a special protection in their workplace during their maternity leave.
Is your child ill?
Your child is ill and you wish to stay by their side? You are entitled to leave for family reasons.
Topics of interest
Enrolment with the Luxembourg social security services is mandatory for any person engaged in a paid professional activity in Luxembourg. Persons residing in Luxembourg and who have business activities outside the Grand Duchy may also be affiliated to the Luxembourg...
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Upon application from the adult applicant and in certain conditions, the National Solidarity Fund (Fonds national de solidarité – FNS) awards a specific benefit to low-income households. To qualify for the cost-of-living benefit, the household's income may not...
Social inclusion income (revenu d'inclusion sociale – REVIS) takes the place of the former "Guaranteed Minimum Income" (revenu minimum garanti – RMG), and is designed to help households in the lowest income brackets. REVIS give everyone meeting the eligibility criteria a...
Pregnant or breastfeeding women engaged in a professional activity as an employee or an apprentice are entitled to the following, depending on their circumstances: protection against dismissal (except for serious misconduct) as of the beginning of pregnancy; special health and...
Please note: Brexit may have an impact on health care in the United Kingdom. For more information, see our FAQ section in the event of a "Brexit - Deal" or a "Brexit - No Deal". Anyone wishing to receive in-patient treatment...
Are you a salaried worker? Since 1 January 2019 and in the event of incapacity for work, you are entitled to salary continuation from your employer until the end of the month with the 77th day of incapacity for work
Since 1 January 2019, the guaranteed minimum income (RMG) has been replaced by the social inclusion income (REVIS). Find out more about the financial aid on Guichet.lu.