It is easy to register to vote – you can either register online on or in person at your local authority office (commune).

Option 1: Register online

You can register electronically via, using a LuxTrust certificate, before 7 pm on 28 February 2019. This only takes a few minutes, and will save you a visit to your local authority office. NB: your LuxTrust product must have an activated certificate.

Option 2: Register at your local commune

You will need to go to the local authority office (commune) in your place of residence before 7 pm on 28 February 2019, taking with you a valid identity document (ID card or passport).

Some municipalities open their doors outside of regular working hours to allow foreign residents to sign on to the electoral register. Click here to see a list of participating municipalities.


Points to note:

  • Once voters are registered, they are automatically registered again for the next European elections and are therefore required to vote. If you move house, your name will automatically be transferred to the electoral roll in the municipality to which you have moved.
  • Any voter who is not a Luxembourg national may ask to be removed from the electoral roll.
  • Postal voting (vote par correspondance) is also possible.
  • It is possible to register for local elections at the same time as the European elections. There are two different electoral rolls, and you need to be entered on each of them separately.

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