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Can a Non-EU citizen working in LU become a cross border worker?  

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Hello everyone. I am a non-EU citizen, Family is growing and can no longer cram ourselves into a single toilet apartment in Luxembourg. If we move it increases our rent to 50% of net income. So we are really looking for houses outside Luxembourg that we can afford. Can non-EU citizen working in Lux on work and resident permit for past 4 years, become a frontaillier? What are the rules to follow in Lux and say in De? Thank You


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Yes you can do that, but the other national paper work must be done.


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Hello thanks, any website or administrative office that I can find out more on the paperwork?


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We need to know which County will be your next, Germany, France or Belgium? At best with postal code as it is most a local office which you need to contact.


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Hello, thanks for answering. It will be Perl, Germany 66706

thanks so much!


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Hello, we had a similar case with my wife, who is a non-EU citizen. We work in Luxembourg and live in Germany. Since I am an EU-citizen working in Lux, she did not need a work permit (see second link below).

The general work permit information is here:

Working in Luxembourg as a third-country national and cross-border worker — Citizens — Guichet.lu - Administrative Guide - Luxembourg (public.lu)

More relevant in our case was this very specific exemption:

Work permit exemption for third-country nationals who are the spouse, partner or child of an EU citizen cross-border worker — Citizens — Guichet.lu - Administrative Guide - Luxembourg (public.lu)

For the second case, just write an email to the immigration directorate and they will send you a letter confirming the exemption.

Hope this helps!