Virginia, US


Whether your company is sending employees into Luxembourg or expanding outside of Luxembourg to destinations around the world—Fragomen is here to help. Our dedicated team based in our Brussels office will partner with you to develop immigration strategies that help you meet inbound immigration needs and manage your regional or global immigration program.

The economy drives the immigration policy in Luxembourg, and the government has implemented streamlined immigration measures to attract and respond to the needs of foreign workers.

Business visitors to Luxembourg typically use a local version of the Schengen-C Visa, unless they are visa-exempt based on their nationality. The Schengen Area limits stays for visitors to 90 days in any 180-day period.

The main work authorization categories are the EU Blue Card – for highly skilled personnel that enter on local contract; the Intracompany Transfer Work Permit – for skilled staff temporarily transferred within a corporate group; and the Work Permit for Salaried Workers – for skilled staff on local contract for positions where no local qualified staff is available. The initial permit validity differs among work permit types and may generally be renewed as long as the permit conditions continue to be met.

Luxembourg also offers certain work permit exemptions. EU/European Economic Area nationals do not require work authorization, but may need to register their stay. 

Detailed Immigration Snapshots, Document Lists and Process Guides are available to clients on request.

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