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B-Permits: Deputation Vs Local Hire

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Is there a rule stipulating that one must convert from being "on deputation" to a "local hire" once your 5 years are up?

I have been in ZRH since late 2006 and have had 2 Ls and 3 Bs. This year will mark the start of my 6th year here and was wondering what the kanton has to say about that.

Oh btw im non EU/non Canadian/American so there is no question of a C permit here.

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Re: B-Permits: Deputation Vs Local Hire

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Hi,
Is there a rule stipulating that one must convert from being "on deputation" to a "local hire" once your 5 years are up?

I have been in ZRH since late 2006 and have had 2 Ls and 3 Bs. This year will mark the start of my 6th year here and was wondering what the kanton has to say about that.

Oh btw im non EU/non Canadian/American so there is no question of a C permit here.

Thanks!
I think you would need a 'c' permit to be classified as local.
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I think you would need a 'c' permit to be classified as local.
Pardon my poor choice of words ...
By local hire i meant being transfered by your employer from the offices in your "home" country to that of the Swiss office.

I further understand that as a consequence of being employed locally, my restricted B will perhaps need to be modfied to an "open" / unrestricted B. This also might have to do with the fact that max 3 x 12 month renewals are permitted for a restricted B.
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