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Hi All,

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I been in switzerland for about six month I am from the UK. I have a family who still leave in the UK. I have changed Kanton I currently have a B permit but I have been told that if my family do not move by October they withdraw my B permit and replace it with G. Need help and Advice on theis please.
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Hi All,

New to this forum.

I been in switzerland for about six month I am from the UK. I have a family who still leave in the UK. I have changed Kanton I currently have a B permit but I have been told that if my family do not move by October they withdraw my B permit and replace it with G. Need help and Advice on theis please.

If your center of family life is in the UK then you are really resident there in which case you'd get a G. Does it really matter?
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Thanks for the reply, Not that it matters just woundering if there is implications in terms of Tax, and my current job situation, would I be entitle to any benefits?
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Thanks for the reply, Not that it matters just woundering if there is implications in terms of Tax, and my current job situation, would I be entitle to any benefits?
There certainly are lots of implications for those things. But I think with your family in the UK/dual residency, etc, you're in quite a complicated situation. Have a G permit may in fact make it easier.

What kind of "benefits"? Your contributions will be sent off to where you are resident.

I think you need to consult a specialist.
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