Last Updated on February 23, 2023
Third-country nationals with residence in Argentina, Australia, or Canada will no longer be permitted to enter Luxembourg for non-essential travel beginning 31 Jan. 2022
The government of Luxembourg has updated its list of third-country nationals who are exempt from entry restrictions. Beginning 31 Jan. 2022, third–country nationals with residence in Argentina, Australia, and Canada will no longer be permitted to enter Luxembourg for non-essential travel. For an updated list of third–country nationals who are permitted to enter Luxembourg for non-essential travel, click here.
What are the Changes?
The government of Luxembourg will not permit third-country nationals who reside in Argentina, Australia or Canada to enter Luxembourg for non-essential purposes beginning 31 Jan. 2022.
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