Immigrate and integrate in Luxembourg
The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is a country that attracts many expatriates and immigration candidates. Alone or with your family, do you also want to move to Luxembourg?
JUST ARRIVED is here to provide you with all the necessary information about Luxembourg in order to comfort you in your choice of expatriation and help you in your settlement and your daily life in Luxembourg.
Fitting in a new town or country is not always easy as an expat or an expat’s partner. It is important to quickly organise yourself and create new bearings, especially if you have children and a family to take care of.
Just Arrived helps you overcoming difficulties and pitfalls in order to integrate easily.
Guide to emigrate in Luxembourg
To help you in your move, order our resident in Luxembourg Just Arrived guide.
You will find all the information and the necessary steps for a serene expatriation in your new host country there.
On May 15th, the 5th Diversity Day edition will take place in Luxembourg. The opportunity for new signatories to join this beautiful project and promote diversity within companies! It is the occasion to celebrate this movement and to remember the challenges of diversity within companies and in our modern societies to give everyone career opportunities, regardless […]
Like every year, the Octave Pilgrimage and market will start the 3rd Sunday after Easter and will end the 5th Sunday after Easter in Luxembourg. The Octave feast is a traditional emblematic festivity of the capital since 1666, laden with history and traditions. When does the Octave take place ? This year, the Octave will […]
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. […]
The Émaischen is a tradition in Luxembourg that takes place on Easter Monday, 22 April, at the end of the traditional Easter celebrations. If the origin of this traditional festival remains unclear, Luxembourg inhabitants and tourists love this event. Émaischen, a Luxembourgish tradition Emaischen is a folk market which takes place in 2 localities of Luxembourg: rue […]
Most of our children are already on vacation. Spring holidays or Easter holidays? Above all, it is an opportunity to recall what the traditional Easter celebrations are and what they represent in Luxembourg. Easter, a Christian religious celebration Easter is a important Christian religious celebration that marks the end of the season of Lent which […]