Administrative procedures in Luxembourg
Guichet.lu is the administrative Internet portal of the State of Luxembourg
Guichet.lu is the website that simplifies your exchanges with the State and Luxembourg administration.
It allows among others:
- A simple and transparent access to the information and the online services offered by the State,
- The description of the most important administrative procedures,
- The possibility of downloading forms,
- The possibility of realising administrative procedures online thanks to the secured MyGuichet platform.
Administrative guide Luxembourg
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With nearly 12,000 new residents moving there each year, the property market in Luxembourg is booming. Together with the flourish of tax incentives, getting onto the property ladder is a profitable investment in Luxembourg. Eric Thill from the Hobscheid AXA agency takes you on a quick tour of the market and the formalities: An attractive […]
Your mind’s made up. You’ve decided to settle in Luxembourg! OK, but not so fast. Before you start packing your boxes, a few questions need answering. How’s the local property market? How do lease agreements work? How long is the notice period? What insurance should I take out? Roger Neumann from the Neumann & Fernandes […]
Are you between 15 and 27, studying in Luxembourg or even abroad? Then you have the opportunity to apply for a summer job in Luxembourg for a maximum of 2 months. Whatever the position, you must sign a specific employment contract with your employer for the duration of the assignment. Even if you are entitled […]
The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg mourns the death of H.R.H. Grand Duke Jean. He died on Tuesday, April 23rd at the age of 98. His funeral will take place on Saturday, May 4, at 11 a.m., at Luxembourg Cathedral. He will be buried there, joining his wife, Princess Josephine-Charlotte of Belgium and the previous sovereigns. […]
Following the 2016 Brexit referendum, the British Parliament reject the agreements negotiated by Theresa May in January 2019. United Kingdom and the European Union are therefore still in discussion on the conditions for the United Kingdom’s withdrawal. Many legitimate questions arise in the absence of agreement. What are the consequences for British nationals living in […]
As every year, January 1st marks the date of entry into force of new laws or legislative changes. This year 2019 is no exception to the rule. Let us review the changes that will take place in 2019, following, among other things, the coalition agreements of the new government led by Xavier Bettel. Increasing the […]