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5 years for permit C?

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I just learned from my friend that even non-EU citizens could apply for C permit after 5 years B permit working as a scientist in company (excluding PhD and Postdoc period) in Swiss. However, it claimed that one have to stay in the same canton....

Is that true?

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I just learned from my friend that even non-EU citizens could apply for C permit after 5 years B permit working as a scientist in company (excluding PhD and Postdoc period) in Swiss. However, it claimed that one have to stay in the same canton....

Is that true?

thanks a lot
No, total rubbish
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No, total rubbish

you mean permit B for PhD and Postdoc also count?
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Re: 5 years for permit C?

Please do a search for "early C permit" for non-EU (I assume you are non-EU?) For most EU countries, they get it after 5 years anyway.

Yes, it's possible. I don't know about having to be in the same canton for 5 years.
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Re: 5 years for permit C?

The "early C permit" topic was discussed at this thread:

Non_EU early permit C application, need help

Also, review the category "Permits/visas/government" for other threads discussing the "early C permit" topic.
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Re: 5 years for permit C?

More fun reading for you on EF:

Early C Permit for a Non-EU National through VINTA

and some cantonal reading (in German, as that's the official language):

If you're in BS - http://www.bdm.bs.ch/Wohnen/Einreise...tion3_section7

or in BL - https://www.baselland.ch/Ausweis-C.317566.0.html
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Re: 5 years for permit C?

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Hello:

I just learned from my friend that even non-EU citizens could apply for C permit after 5 years B permit working as a scientist in company (excluding PhD and Postdoc period) in Swiss. However, it claimed that one have to stay in the same canton....

Is that true?

thanks a lot
Yes, as it is called VINTA.
By the way, the country name is Switzerland, not Swiss..
We are quite sensitive on this
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Re: 5 years for permit C?

Thanks a lot for such kind reply.

BTW, what's the difference between "Swiss" and "Switzerland" ? I thought there are the same.....





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By the way, the country name is Switzerland, not Swiss..
We are quite sensitive on this
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