For these procedures, you can contact:
CET (Centre pour l'égalité de traitement)
Address65, route d'Arlon
- German Sign Language
How to contact us
- On site
The information is available
- Freely available
- On site: flyers, leaflets, newsletters, etc
- On a digital medium that can be consulted free of charge and freely accessible online (website, social networking page, etc.)
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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.