ja, of course. I was just trying to see how difficult it is for guys from non-EU, like me, to get a work permit B..
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Yes, they have to show that you have unique skills that place you above a Swiss or EU-15 citizen.
yep, great isn't it ...
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just so you know when I came to CH for the internship last year, the company applied for a L permit, and I met the stupid quota... and it took me 10 weeks, which was said to be 6 weeks..
well, that was the end of the year, which made the quota thing sound resonable..
and, if this new company starts to apply for my permit now, i assume it won't got the quota at this time of the year, will it?
i found on the permit-sticky, that this application for B permit may take as long as 3 months, which seems that i got quite a risk..
'cause if they failed to get me a permit, and my current permit will be expired and i'll not be in CH anymore, that'll be put me in a really bad position.....