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Old 30.10.2015, 12:00
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Re: Non-EU spouse of EU economically active

There may be positions open at gyms, etc, or she could set up on her own as self-employed taking on clients. This would get her a B permit and of course you too. She'd need a good business plan, financial records and may need to show she'll have some clients to start with before she gets permission to be self-employed.

https://www.ch.ch/en/becoming-self-employed/

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Re: Non-EU spouse of EU economically active

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Hi EU Member,

I currently work with a Brazilian lady. Her husband is German and they moved to Switzerland early May. Both actively were looking for work, she found a job first, her husband is still looking now. She told me she got an L-permit and once her husband finds a job I guess they will move over to a b-permit. Everything seemed to work out fine for them, they also managed to an apartment, phone contracts etc.
Hi Sparkle Girl,

Thanks for informing this. This information contradicts what others have said in the forum. It seems NON EU has got permit to work while the EU spouse is still looking for a job. Hi Medea , MiniMia , What do you think about the comments of SparkleGirl.
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Old 31.10.2015, 12:57
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Re: Non-EU spouse of EU economically active

I think she was very lucky to have a nice commune/cantonal migration office to let her do this.
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Hi Sparkle Girl,

Thanks for informing this. This information contradicts what others have said in the forum. It seems NON EU has got permit to work while the EU spouse is still looking for a job. Hi Medea , MiniMia , What do you think about the comments of SparkleGirl.
Your rights are connected to her rights. She needs to execute her free movement rights by moving here. of course you can come with her.

Personally I do not think she necessarily needs a job. She just needs a B permit. However, If she gets an L permit, you'll get one too and the L permit doesn't automatically come with working rights for the non EU spouse.

The issue will be how she will get that B permit? I guess if you (ie, she) has money in the bank to support herself and her family then she might get the B. It used to be relatively automatic the EU citizens directly get B permits. that is not so anymore. More and more they are getting L permits.

I think your best bet is to discuss your situation directly with the authorities. The 'problem ' is these are local authorities. You'll need to know already where you want to move.
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