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
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You will find all the information and the necessary steps for a serene expatriation in your new host country there.
The period of February /March, depending on the year, is marked in Luxembourg by the Carnival celebrations, which are part of the beautiful Luxembourg traditions. The Carnival period officially begins in Luxembourg on February 2nd and will last until the Ash wednesday. The kick-off is given on the day of the Candlemas or Liichtmëssdag with […]
Looking for a job or training matching your needs? The French Institute of Luxembourg / Embassy of France in Luxembourg, the Campus France Agency, the French Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce, Business France, Moovijob and the Cedies organise a fair called “Études et Carrières”, to be held on 5 February 2019, […]
Liichtmëssdag is one of the beautiful traditions that you will discover in Luxembourg on February 2nd of each year. At nightfall, you can meet processions of children with home made lanterns in the streets of your neighbourhood. Take the opportunity to enjoy delicious pancakes since February 2 is also Candlemas Day. Liichtsmëssdag traditions The “Liichtmëssdag” […]
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 […]
On January 6th in Luxembourg and in many other countries, you can taste the traditional king cake to celebrate Epiphany or Dräikinneksdag (Three Kings Day) in luxembourgish. Epiphany is a Christian celebration that takes place every year after Christmas celebrations on the 6th of january. It is the symbol of the Three Kings’ visit to Jesus […]