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Old 21.06.2015, 03:47
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Re: Non EU applying for a C permit

Hi there,
Thank you all for your feedback. Especially to SANSAR!
Just to update, the good news are that I had an unlimited contract from the start. Now in a hard process of getting the B1 language test done 😖
In the meantime I would like to ask: Is it possible that I get a C permit in the fast track while my wife and kids stay with a B? Unfortunately my wife will not pass the test soon.... Or will the authorities refuse me and we all stay with the B? Has anyone got experience with it?
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Re: Non EU applying for a C permit

Hi everyone, any update on this?
My situation: am 7 year in Zurich, non-eu, my wife and children do not live in CH though. They used to live in CH until March 2015. Can I still apply for a c permit via vinta? I am currently on b permit, was on L with open ended contract...


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Hi there,
Thank you all for your feedback. Especially to SANSAR!
Just to update, the good news are that I had an unlimited contract from the start. Now in a hard process of getting the B1 language test done 😖
In the meantime I would like to ask: Is it possible that I get a C permit in the fast track while my wife and kids stay with a B? Unfortunately my wife will not pass the test soon.... Or will the authorities refuse me and we all stay with the B? Has anyone got experience with it?
Thank you!
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Old 17.09.2015, 23:17
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Re: Non EU applying for a C permit

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With an open-ended contract, my years on L permit as well as my study years before that counted towards 5 years on B permit, because Migrationsamt Kanton Zurich has internal regulations that specifically concerns this case.
Check chapter 5 of that regulation document here, it is in German though.

Back to the questions from OP:
Required language level is B1 in Kanton Zurich. This applies to your wife as well as your children.
The fact that your children are well integrated and speaks local language probably doesn't give you any advantage I am afraid.
Hi Sansar,
Finally I have passed my B1 exam!!! However I discovered that my initial contract was for tow years. Then only after 8 months into my employment, it was amended to an indefinite period.
I am wondering whether immigration will be really strict with me... The amendment was signed on July 2011 so if they go 'by the book' I am missing 8 months, right?
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