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Non-EU ¿Permission?

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My name its Fabian, my friends here call me "Fabü".

Im new in the forum, I want how its possible Venezuelan Citizen can get a permision in Switzerland/Bern?

Its my 4 time in Switzerland/Bern, really like this place have alot friends know how move in the city and anothers, now im interesting to try to get a Permision for start work..

Some help are Welcome!

Thanks!
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Old 13.11.2015, 08:02
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Re: @Non-EU ¿Permission?

The only way is to marry a Swissie.




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Re: @Non-EU ¿Permission?

Sorry, but unlikely to happen unless as TiMow says you marry a Swiss or EU national. Non-EU's are subject to permit quotas and as such you need to be highly qualified/experienced to even be considered and even then any employer has to try and hire a Swiss/EU national first.

The criteria for non-EU hiring is outlined here:

https://www.sem.admin.ch/sem/en/home...zulassung.html

You also need to be careful you don't overstay your welcome here. I see from your profile this is your 4th visit in 10 months. I don't know how long you're staying each time, but your limit is 90 days in any 180 day period. Use the calculator tool you'll find here to work out how long you've been here and when you need to leave by. Overstaying will mean a record on your file and possibly a fine or ban from entering Switzerland in future; it would certainly make any job application more difficult to get approval for.

https://www.sem.admin.ch/sem/en/home...tsrechner.html
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Sorry, but unlikely to happen unless as TiMow says you marry a Swiss or EU national. Non-EU's are subject to permit quotas and as such you need to be highly qualified/experienced to even be considered and even then any employer has to try and hire a Swiss/EU national first.

The criteria for non-EU hiring is outlined here:

https://www.sem.admin.ch/sem/en/home...zulassung.html

You also need to be careful you don't overstay your welcome here. I see from your profile this is your 4th visit in 10 months. I don't know how long you're staying each time, but your limit is 90 days in any 180 day period. Use the calculator tool you'll find here to work out how long you've been here and when you need to leave by. Overstaying will mean a record on your file and possibly a fine or ban from entering Switzerland in future; it would certainly make any job application more difficult to get approval for.

https://www.sem.admin.ch/sem/en/home...tsrechner.html


Thanks, I have already 4 times in Switzerland in many years, No only in 10 months and I know about 90 - 180days.
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