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After moving into a new home in the grand duchy, residents must go register at their town hall.
Pictured: The Bierger Center in Luxembourg City. Photo credit: Sven Becker
How to register
Within eight days of moving to Luxembourg, EU citizens must make a declaration of arrival at the town hall where they intend to establish residence. Bring a valid national ID card or passport, a family record book or a certificate of marriage or partnership, and children’s birth certificates. Within three months of arrival in Luxembourg, EU citizens must also complete a registration form (only available in French) in the same municipality. The registration form must be accompanied by a copy of the valid national identity card or passport. Salaried workers must provide a copy of their employment contract, while the self-employed must provide a copy of their business permit. Non-working residents are required to provide a declaration or proof of sufficient resources and proof that they and their family are affiliated to a health insurance scheme. Students must provide proof of registration with an approved public or private institution in Luxembourg, a declaration or proof of sufficient resources and a proof of affiliation to health insurance scheme. Non-EU citizens must hold a temporary authorisation to stay (“autorisation de séjour”), undergo a medical check-up and make a declaration of arrival at their town hall.
Bierger-Center (Luxembourg City)
Newcomers to Luxembourg City should register here, and can receive help with settling in and with administrative procedures. It is also the place to record births, deaths and marriages in the capital.
Where: 44 place Guillaume II / 2 rue Notre-Dame (two entrances to the same building), L-2090 Luxembourg
Phone: 47 96 26 31
Email: [email protected]