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Turkish (world) citizen in Zurich

Hello folks,

Im 38 years old, still young and creative woman from Istanbul, Turkey. New in Zurich and searching some life/job opportunities as an art director and good connections in Switzerland.

Im planning to learn city, german language and I still haven't figured everything out here but it's been a nice time trying. I still have hope.

Well, im very curious person and i enjoy to learn your culture and country!

Thanks
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Old 26.07.2016, 10:59
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Re: Turkish (world) citizen in Zurich

Hello, and welcome.
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Re: Turkish (world) citizen in Zurich

Welcome to the forum, but unless you're married to a Swiss/EU national I doubt you're going to find a job here. As a non-EU national you come last in the jobs queue and any employer has to prove they can't find a Swiss/EU national who could do the job.

https://www.sem.admin.ch/sem/en/home...zulassung.html

Unless you are married to a Swiss/EU national then all that goes away.

And if you aren't married to the above and can't find a job here then after 3 months you'll have to leave Switzerland unless you take up a study course here.
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