Pay the registration fee of 75 € into the INL’s bank account (BCEE LU52 0019 3155 4636 4000).
Send or take the complete application file to the INL:
- registration form, completed in block capitals
- photocopy of the candidate’s ID document*
- notification from the bank proving that the registration fee has been paid
Only those candidates submitting a complete file will be registered.
Registration for the tests is subject to organisational capacity; registrations will be dealt with in order of receipt of the files. Candidates whose registrations have not been accepted for one session will be given priority at the following session.
Candidates are informed by post of the dates and times of the session at least 15 days before the date of the first test. Failure to keep to times will result in exclusion from the test.
When taking the tests, candidates must present the same identity document as the copy attached to their registration file.
A candidate who withdraws for no valid reason or does not show up for the test will not receive a refund, and will have to re-register.
In the case of the registration of a handicapped person, the INL will provide equipment or assistance to ensure that the person can take the tests under the best possible conditions. In all cases, the handicap must be noted in an official document issued by a medical authority. This document must be attached to the registration file.
- Visual handicap: The examination centre will provide enlarged copies of the tests and will increase the amount of time allowed by one third.
- Hearing handicap: Instructions will be given in writing. The amount of time allowed will be increased by one third.
- Physical handicap: Arrangements are made for access to the premises.
*The following are accepted as identity documents:
- foreign passport
- identity card issued by a competent foreign authority
- refugee’s residence permit (titre de séjour) issued by the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs
- stateless person’s residence permit (titre de séjour) issued by the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs
- foreigner’s residence permit (titre de séjour) issued by the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs
- residence card (carte de séjour) issued by the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs
- certificate drawn up by the Directorate of Immigration at the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs attesting that the applicant is a refugee within the meaning of the Geneva Convention of 28 July 1951 on the status of refugees