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C permanent resident, can one work in the EU?

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Short question, can I work in the EU with a Swiss C ausweis? I have googled by the information I am after is lost in all the questions about obtaining a C.

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Old 26.02.2015, 18:14
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Re: C permanent resident, can one work in the EU?

No.

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Old 26.02.2015, 18:15
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Re: C permanent resident, can one work in the EU?

It depends where you are from. If you are an EU citizen then yes. If you are non-EU, then probably not, you'd need a work permit from the country you want to work in.
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Re: C permanent resident, can one work in the EU?

ok, thank you.

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Re: C permanent resident, can one work in the EU?

Whether you're EU or not, you can only leave Switzerland for a max of 6 months before your C permit becomes invalid. Only if your Swiss employer sends you to work abroad can you put your C permit on hold until you return.
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Re: C permanent resident, can one work in the EU?

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Only if your Swiss employer sends you to work abroad can you put your C permit on hold until you return.
And up to a negotiated maximum of 4 years, I believe?
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And up to a negotiated maximum of 4 years, I believe?
In very rare circumstances ........ very little room for negotiation........ the law not surprisingly is very clear on whats is allowed.
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