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Old 03.11.2015, 21:51
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Re: Permit for a newborn

Thanks so much for all the answers... guess we'll have to give up shopping in Germany, skiing in Italy and eating in France until we get the South African passport for our baby. (Apparently that takes 6 months at best.)
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Old 03.11.2015, 21:53
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But there is no obligation to go back and have a new one printed ( and pay the 30chf) just to have the nationality inserted. The baby will have other identity documents as proof of nationality anyway.
Well our Gemeinde was nice and reprinted them for free and added it into the original. Many years from now it would be uncool if my daughter needed to grab a copy for some reason and it said she was stateless haha.
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However, if you have C-permits, your newborn infant has to pass the language requirement to be issued his/her own C-permit.
I hope you're joking man hahaha
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Dear all,

My wife is pregnant, and we are wondering whether we will have problems for getting a permit for the baby. We already have two children (this will be the third). We have been living in Bern since almost two years. We have B-permits (non-EU), which we have to renew each year. I have a working contract for four years. Our monthly income is around 6000 CHF net, which is enough for us, but not sure if that will be a problem when getting a permit for the baby. What could be the possible scenarios?

I will appreciate very much your comments.

Best regards,
Jacinto
Hi Jacinto

Just wanted to share my experience.

My wife gave birth two weeks ago and one week after the birth I received an 'Invitation' to our local Gemeinde. I had to bring along the birth certificate (which was received on the same day), our passports and B-permits, and of course a few CHFs..

Because our son is non-EU we have to go and sort out his biometrics next week (they will take his photo and fingerprints), and soon thereafter
(I am told a couple of weeks) he will receive his B-permit with all the same details as ours (my wife and I).

All the best.
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