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The 34th edition of the festival of migration is coming!

For the 34th time, Luxembourg will host the festival of migration, cultures and citizenship - March 3, 4 and 5 Organized by the CLAE, the event will take place at Luxexpo, in Kirchberg. The admission is completely free ! More than 400 stands will be present for this new edition of the festival....

Greek speaking doctors and health specialists in Luxembourg

Health is undoubtedly one the most important and sensitive aspects of our life. It is easier to build trust with a doctor and health specialist who speaks our language and is aware of our culture. Thus like many foreigners, when Greeks come to Luxembourg for the first time, they may not feel...

How is Carnival celebrated in Poland, Germany and Japan?

How is carnival celebrated in other countries? Does Carnival exist everywhere? Our ambassadors explain how they celebrate this event and the cultural differences between Luxembourg and their own countries. Today, Djenita (Bosnia), Eva (Germany) and Nanako (Japan) tell us about their Carnival...

« Once Upon a Time » - the art of raising children’s cultural diversity awareness

"Il était une fois" is a luxembourg association, which proposes multilingual workshops to approach reading in a fun and didactic way Ensuring reading becomes a pleasaure Reading and books are central to the concept of "Il était une fois". Indeed, the organization aims to make reading a real...

The Moovijob Tour Delux is coming back in Luxembourg

Are you looking for a job in Luxembourg or in the Greater Region ? You will surely be interested by this event ! In fact, this March 17, Moovijob Tour Delux is coming back in Luxembourg ! This will be the opportunity for thousands of students and job seekers to apply, on-site, to 150 firms that...

Mapping Luxembourg: a different approach to discover the City

Have you just arrived in Luxembourg and would like to get a historical overview of the city from 1950 up until today? Would you like to discover the city in a unique and visual manner? Mapping Luxembourg offers guided tours of Luxembourg City from the comfort of your own home! This original...

Tax return : doing it online

Whether you are a long-time resident or a newcomer in Luxembourg, tax return will occur soon ! Indeed, all tax returns must be due by 31 March 2016. For your convenience, you can fill your tax return online, and here is how to do it. There are two solutions Generally, in February, every...

Administrative level: request and fill out your forms online!

Have you just arrived in Luxembourg, and are overwhelmed with all sorts of administrative procedures to do ? Would you like to fix everything from your place, without having to move ? The city of Luxembourg offers a service that might simplify your life... Indeed, on its website, VDL provides a...

How is Carnival celebrated in Spain and Italy?

Carnival takes place all this month in Luxembourg. But, how is it celebrated in other countries? Does Carnival exist everywhere? Our ambassadors explain how they celebrate this event and the cultural differences between Luxembourg and their countries. Today, Carola and Cristina talk about Spain...

Adopting a dog in Luxembourg: what are the obligations?

You live in Luxembourg and want to adopt a dog? Then there are certaian administrative procedures you need to know about.  Because becoming a dog owner in Luxembourg is not as simple as it sounds, here's what you need to know before you adopt your pet. GETTING YOUR DOG AN ELECTRONIC CHIP When...

Ambassadors portrait: Carla, from Mexico

JUST ARRIVED presents our ambassador from Mexico Carla Ammendola Delgado, a cosmopolitan, multilingual woman with a great expatriation experience (4 moves in the last 10 years!). How long have you been in Luxembourg? I have been living in Luxembourg since August 2015. What reason brought you to...

Ambassador portrait: Joanna, from Poland

Joanna Gizewska, our Polish ambassador, describes herself as an open-minded learner and New Technology enthusiast.  Joanna, how long have you been in Luxembourg? I’ve been living in Luxembourg since 2010. What reason brought you to Luxembourg? I came to Luxembourg for personal reasons. What...

Ambassador portrait: Karim, from Peru

JUST ARRIVED has the pleasure to introduce you to our Ambassador from Peru, Karim Gigler, a woman who brings the lights of her country in her open and contagious smile. Karim, how long have you been in Luxembourg? My husband, son and I arrived in Luxembourg over a year ago on December 29th,...

Ambassadors portrait: Elisabeth, from France

Elisabeth, how long have you been in Luxembourg ? 3 and ½ years. What reason took you to Luxembourg ? I followed my husband who was setting up the Luxembourg office of his company.  What is your main activity ? I now give private lessons of classical French or cooking! Page FB...

Communal elections 2017 are approaching: in practical terms...

Who can vote? From what age? Under what conditions? Here is the essential information you need to know about the right to vote in Luxembourg. In Luxembourg there are 3 types of elections: municipal elections, parliamentary elections and European elections. For municipal elections: what are the...

Ambassador's tips: how to discover Greece in Luxembourg?

It is impossible to bring the Greek sun and sea in Luxembourg but there is no need to change your eating habits when living abroad. Fortunately, Luxembourg is known for its plethora of restaurants from around the world which every newcomer ought to explore. It is world recognised that the...

Rent or buy when arriving in Luxembourg?

Renting your home is often a natural choice when relocating to a new country.  However some specific elements should incentivise you to quickly become homeowner in Luxembourg, even if you only consider living several years in Luxembourg! Here’s why. First, the taxes related to home ownership are...

How to get the Luxembourgish nationality?

A reform about the eligibility conditions to adquire the Luxembourgish nationality is currently in progress and is supposed to enter into force on April 2017. In this article we remind the current requirements.  Who is concerned? +  18 years old Legally residing in Luxembourg for a minimum...

Da Lass !! Let's go! Learn Luxembourgish in a relaxed, offbeat and playful way!

Openscreen asbl initiated a project to revive an audio-visual method of learning Luxembourgish which was created in the 90s and, published in 2001, by three Luxembourg authors: Josy Braun, Jhemp Hoscheit and Henri Losch. The linguistic reforms (in grammar and spelling) that took place in the...

Just arrived in Luxembourg? Looking for meeting new people? Check out the Hub Dot events

Are you looking for an original and fulfilling women's event in Luxembourg ? Hub Dot might interest you ! Based on the Italian “Piazza” concept, events organized by Hub Dot are a revolutionary approach to bring all types of women together, allowing them to meet around specific themed events and...

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