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Do I gave to inform my Gemeinde about changing employers?

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Tried to search for the answer but didn't find anything conclusive. I have a B-permit (EU-citizen) and I'm changing my employer - working for the current one till the end of April and starting off a new contract from 4th of May. Do I have to inform my Gemeinde about this move (ie. send them a copy of my new contract) ?
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Re: Do I gave to inform my Gemeinde about changing employers?

I don't think so - your permit is not linked to your employer. They might want to see the contract when you renew but I doubt it - they may just ask "are you working?"
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Re: Do I gave to inform my Gemeinde about changing employers?

Conditions that need to be met to inform the Gemeinde/Kreisburo/whatever:

-being a student and going from an internship to "normal" employment. Your student permit (even a B) allows work up to 40% so if the new contract is more your current permit is not legal. You present the contract to the Gemeinde and you wait for a new permit tied to the contract instead of the university.

-being on an L permit tied to the ending contract. If it was a fixed-term contract you will need to renew your permit with a new contract. If your permit was expiring I guess you would just receive an invitation anyway.



These are from personal experience.

If you're on a B permit that was issued for your previous contract, from what I understand you don't have to do anything additional and you can just take the new contract to the Gemeinde when they invite you for the next renewal.
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