What is the childcare service voucher scheme?

The childcare service voucher scheme is a form of financial aid granted to parents in the form of reduced rates for non-formal education and childcare services, depending on availability.

The amount of the state contribution (CSA amount) and the amount of the parents' financial contribution are calculated on a case-by-case basis, taking into account:

  • the type of service provided;
  • the parent's income;
  • the number of children receiving family allowance benefits in the parents' household;
  • and the number of hours requested.

For more information about pricing, please contact the childcare service voucher scheme helpdesk or visit the website cae.public.lu

Contact details

Chèque-service accueil helpdesk

Age requirements

To benefit from the childcare voucher system scheme, children must:

  • be under 11 years of age at the time of registering;
  • or not have completed primary education;
  • or be enrolled in a special education programme.

Where do I apply?

If you are a resident of Luxembourg City:

If the child's parent or legal representative resides in Luxembourg City, the CSA application must be submitted to the Bierger-Center together with all the necessary supporting documents (see section below entitled "Required documents").

Select your preferred method

Manual signature Bierger-Center
  • This is a non-authenticated method
  • You fill out a smart form online
  • Print and send
    • by post or
    • email (scan)

As soon as your application is complete,
the contract will be sent to you.

  • In person at the Bierger-Center
  • Submit the required documents



If you submit all the required documents,
the contract is drawn up immediately.

Estimated waiting time

It is  10:15

Current transactions

If you are a non-resident and employed in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg:

If the child's parent or legal representative is a non-resident European Union national employed in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, the application must be submitted to the Children's Future Fund (Caisse pour l'avenir des enfants).

Required documents

Information to be provided as required:

  • For officials and servants of a European/international institution:
    • a certificate issued by their personnel office listing the children in the household receiving family allowance benefits.
  • For first-time arrivals from abroad:
    • a certificate issued by the CAE proving that an application for family allowances has been submitted.

Optional information to be provided:

  • Applicants may opt to apply for an additional reduction under the CSA scheme by producing supporting documents regarding their household income.
Parents who do not wish to report their household income will be charged the maximum fee.

Reductions are capped: if the monthly taxable income exceeds 4.5 times the social minimum wage, no reductions are given and there is no need to report the household income.

The information provided above is of a general nature. We therefore recommend that you contact the Bierger-Center directly before you go to register in order to find out what supporting documents are required.

The municipal office reserves the right to request any additional supporting documents regarding household income.


The CSA beneficiary agreement is valid for 12 months and must be renewed each year. The parents (or legal representative) are notified by letter of the date of renewal of the contract.

If the CSA agreement is not renewed by this date, the maximum rate will be applied for monthly billing.