Being a EU National you are allowed to stay in Luxembourg for a period of 90 days without a provisional residence permit. Nevertheless, if you are planning to work in Luxembourg you must apply for a working permit issued by the Ministry of Labour (Ministère du Travail) no matter how long your stay is. In the same way, if you are planning to stay for longer than 90 days you should also apply for a provisional residence permit (Autorisation de Séjour Provisoire) issued by the Ministry of Justice.
In case you are not a EU National you should check www.luxembourg.co.uk for a list of the requirements to enter Luxembourg. Generally you should be able to enter Luxembourg without a visa if your stay is no longer than 90 days.
Are you a US Citizen? Then you might be interested in how the Totalization Agreement With Luxembourg works, and how it improves Social Security protection for people who work or have worked in both countries. Ask the nearest Luxembourg Embassy for more information.
> FINDING A JOB
ADEM (Administration de lEmploi) is a very useful tool in job hunting. You can find a wide variety of job categories to choose from. Please visit jsapl.etat.lu/emploi for more information and resources.
ASTI is a Voluntary Work initiative founded in 1979 and it brings Luxembourgers and foreigners closer, fighting for equal rights. The skills of volunteers include experience in the educational field, in journalism, in sociology and in law. Should you be interested in this kind of activity please visit www.asti.lu for more information.
> USEFUL LINKS
ADEM Administration de lEmploi
10, rue Bender
Tel: +352 4785300
Fax: +352 406140 > LOCAL PAPERS
LUXEMBURGER WORT: www.wort.lu
LUXEMBOURG NEWS ONLINE: www.news.lu
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