On this website you will find organisations, administrations and associations that can provide you with information about your rights.
Asylum and immigration
Entry and residence of foreigners, citizens of another Member State or of a third country, protection for refugees: individual rights and points of contact are listed here.
Political participation, administrative bodies and the rights of consumers and travellers are covered in this section.
There is more than just compulsory schooling: a wide range of educational opportunities for children, young people and adults exist in Luxembourg. Discover them here.
Worker protection, unemployment benefits: two of the many areas covered in the Employment category.
From child benefit to parental leave: there are many organisations offering advice and support.
Health and Social Security
Health care, contributions, pensions and retirement: essential matters for everyone. Find out more about your rights on these subjects here.
Gaining access to housing, renting or even buying a home are all headaches for which you can find help.
Other relevant authorities
The lawyer is a legal professional whose function is to defend his clients in court, by pleading their interests and, more generally, to represent them.
It contributes to guaranteeing freedoms and defending the institutions of the Grand Duchy, maintaining peace and public order and protecting people and property. As such, it is also the guarantor of your rights.
The social office
The social office is a public institution that provides social assistance services to people and their families living in the territory of the municipality or municipalities where it operates.
The notary authenticates deeds and contracts on behalf of the State and keeps them. He intervenes in several fields: family law, real estate and patrimonial law.
Who are we?
accompanies you in your rights
Do you have questions about your rights, a specific problem, or do you not (yet) know who to contact?
We suggest institutions, organisations and associations that can help you, advise you, support you and assist you.
This website of Ronnen Desch and Oppent Haus has been created with the support of the Ministry of the Family, the Ministry of Justice, the Ministry of Consumer Protection and the Chamber of Employees and with the collaboration of the Entente des Offices Sociaux, the Conférence du Jeune Barreau and the Union Luxembourgeoise des Consommateurs.