British Ambassador to Luxembourg
We develop and maintain relations between the United Kingdom and Luxembourg.
We work on a wide range of issues including the economy, commercial regulation in the single market, energy policy and international security.
Out-of-hours emergency assistance
British nationals who need emergency assistance outside normal office hours should call +352 22 98 64 where they will be given details on how to proceed and how to contact a duty officer if needed. Please dial the full number.
Emergency travel documents
If you are due to travel in the next 24 hours, you should call your nearest consulate as soon as possible.
For all other applications, please check what you must bring with you and then make an appointment at your nearest embassy using the link below.
Please call your nearest embassy for advice before making an appointment if:
- you have never applied for a British passport before
- you are applying on behalf of a child
An emergency travel document does not guarantee entry to every country. Read what an emergency travel document does.
For information on how to apply for your first passport or renew an existing passport, please visit the overseas passport section of this website. Please note that our consulate cannot deal with individual enquiries about passport applications.
Information on whether you require a Visa for the United Kingdom and how to apply. Please note that our consulate cannot deal with individual enquiries about visa applications. For all visa enquiries, please contact the UK Border Agency.
Notarial and documentary services
Information about official documents, certificates and notes including how to book an appointment with us. Unless you have a specific requirement for a Consular officer to carry out a service, you should contact a local notaire who can offer many of these services to you instead.
Registering a birth or death
There is no legal requirement for you to register the birth or death of a British national in Luxembourg with UK authorities. The locally issued certificates should be sufficient for all purposes. In most circumstances there is no requirement to register a birth with us if you are applying for a new passport.
Marriage in Luxembourg
If you require any official documents to be issued by the British Embassy in Luxembourg in relation to the above please see our notarial and documentary services guide for more details.
Travel advice for Luxembourg
Travel advice for Luxembourg. Information, news and updates to ensure you stay safe, avoid problems, and make informed decisions when living or travelling in Luxembourg.
How else we can help
In addition to the services listed above we can also:
- provide information about transferring funds
- provide appropriate help if you have suffered rape or serious assault, or are a victim of other crime, or if you are in hospital
- help people with mental illness
- do all we possibly can to contact you within 24 hours of being told that you have been detained
- offer support and help in a range of other cases, such as child abduction, death of a relative overseas, missing persons and kidnapping
- contact family or friends for you if you wish
- make special arrangements in the event of terrorism, civil disturbance or natural disaster
UK law states that we must charge for some services. Details of our Consular Fees and the standard of service you can expect to receive are on display in all our consular offices.
What our consulates cannot do for you
Although we try to help British nationals in a wide range of situations, we cannot:
- get you out of prison, prevent the local authorities from deporting you at the end of your prison sentence, or interfere in criminal or civil court proceedings
- help you enter a country, for example, if you do not have a visa or your passport is not valid, as we cannot interfere in another country’s immigration policy or procedures
- give you legal advice, investigate crimes or carry out searches for missing people, although we can give you details of people who may be able to help you in these cases, such as English-speaking lawyers
- get you better treatment in hospital or prison than is given to local people
- pay any bills or give you money (in very exceptional circumstances we may lend you some money from public funds, which you will have to pay back)
- make travel arrangements for you, or find you work or accommodation
- make business arrangements on your behalf