With the global pandemic dropping a gigantic question mark on the safety of this summer’s large-scale festivals and events, the board of the Luxembourg American Cultural Society has made the difficult decision to suspend all in-person events relating to the 34th annual Luxembourg Fest August 6-9- with some activities going virtual and others postponing.
Many of you have expressed concern about the approaching deadline for those applying for dual citizenship. The Ministry of Justice is fully aware of the problem of travel restrictions for some applicants of the dual citizenship living abroad, and is currently preparing a draft bill to extend the current deadline for another year.
Of course this bill has to pass through the legislative process in Parliament, but the Ministry of Justice is confident that there will be broad support and that the adoption can take place in the near future.
BELGIUM, WI. As a precautionary measure to protect its staff and guests from the risk of the coronavirus pandemic, the Luxembourg American Cultural Center will temporarily close to the public as of 4:00 pm Monday, March 16, 2020, until at least April 30th.
During this time, staff will still be checking email and phone messages, and asks for patience as they respond as quickly as possible.Updates to the eventual re-opening will be made on this website as well as its Facebook and Instagram accounts, once details are available.
BELGIUM, WI. MARCH 19, 2020. Due to COVID-19 travel restrictions, the Luxembourg American Cultural Society has canceled its sold-out May 2020 Tour of Luxembourg.
May tour participants will be given the option to be refunded for their pre-paid travel expenses or to have their reservation moved to the LACS’s September 2020 Tour of Luxembourg.
At this time, the September 4-15, 2020 Tour of Luxembourg is still planned as scheduled. Information regarding new reservations for the LACS’s September 2020 tour can be found ONLINE HERE.
A public petition is being filed with the Luxembourg Chamber of Deputies…