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B permit question

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I'm a B type permit holder. My girlfriend is from asia. She's supposed to come to Switzerland in the next few months. Would you be able to confirm she would receive a permit that would allow her to work if we get married ?

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Re: B permit question

See this thread.

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Re: B permit question

yes if you are married at time she wants to come she will get exactly the same permit you hold, e.g. if you have a working permit she will also be allowed to work, although at the moment she does not have (doesn't have to have) a job.
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Old 03.12.2015, 18:45
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Re: B permit question

The magic word is "girlfriend". And a lot also depends on whether the OP is EU or not.
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Old 03.12.2015, 19:08
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The magic word is "girlfriend". And a lot also depends on whether the OP is EU or not.
No. The magic word is "married".
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Re: B permit question

Hi

I am Greek and i have EU passport as i know i will take B permit right or not ?
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Re: B permit question

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Depends on what your husband gets. If his job is for less than a year then it will be an L permit, longer than a year it'll be a B. As his dependent you get what he gets.
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My husband has permanent contract with his company and he is also Greek.

I think i will take B too

thank you for your reply

Last edited by 3Wishes; 07.12.2015 at 17:04. Reason: merging consecutive replies; try the multi-quote button (to the right of Quote). ;)
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Re: B permit question

Yes, he'll get a B so that's what you'll get as well.
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Re: B permit question

Ok thank you so much for your reply Is important to know because i want to work too
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Ok thank you so much for your reply Is important to know because i want to work too
As an EU citizen in your own right you can work anyway on L or B.
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