Luxembourg is a small, hilly country full of forests between France, Germany, and Belgium. Its stunning medieval capital is a major financial center. ICCMA organizing committee will not responsible for the visa application, but some tips could be give as below:

Who needs a Schengen Visa to enter Luxembourg?

If you are traveling to Luxembourg, you will need a Schengen Visa if you are a citizen of a non-Schengen country without a visa-free travel agreement with the area, or if you have been refused visa-free travel. You need to figure it out whether you need a visa or not, check the list below:

List of countries whose citizens are exempted from the visa requirement
List of countries whose citizens require a visa

How do I apply for a Schengen Visa to Luxembourg?

In addition to your completed visa application form, you will need two recently taken passport-style photos, a passport or other travel documents that are less than 10 years old and valid for at least three months after your departure date from the Schengen Area. You will also need travel and medical insurance covering you up to costs of €30,000, a cover letter stating your itinerary and the purpose of your visit, as well as a flight itinerary and proof of accommodation during your stay, proof of your civil status, like a marriage certificate, and proof you have means of subsistence during your stay. The amount you need to show you have will vary from country to country. Those planning to work or study, you will need additional documents. Proof of sufficient financial means is also required, but Luxembourg does not stipulate an official amount. You can do this by showing bank statements, hotel bookings and that your income or investments are enough to support yourself during your stay.

Check out the details on the offcial webpage of Luxembourg immigration:

Short stay (less than 90 days)
Long stay (more than 90 days)

Steps to follow when applying for a Luxembourg Schengen Visa

Work out which Luxembourg Schengen Visa type you need based on the purpose of your travel. Collect the required documents for a visa to Luxembourg. Make a visa appointment with the embassy, consulate or a Luxembourg-accredited visa application center in your home country. Attend the visa interview at the appropriate embassy, consulate or visa application center. Wait to see if your visa is approved - you can also track your application.

Where do I apply for a Luxembourg Visa?

You will need to apply to the Luxembourg embassy or consulate in your country of residence or a visa application center acting on their behalf. The preferred official visa partner of Luxembourg is VFS Global - so they may act on Luxembourg’s behalf in your country.

How long does it take to get a Luxembourg Schengen Visa?

The processing time for a Luxembourg Schengen Visa may take up to 15 days in a normal situation - but could take up to 60 days to be issued in extreme circumstances. You can apply for your visa up to six months before you travel.