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I started to work in Switzerland before 2 months. Im from Italy. I work as a Nanny on indefinite work contract and my salary is based on how much hours i work so about 2500 fr per month and i stay with my family. On 12.11 i went on gemaiden to register myself. After 2 days i got paper that im registered here, and i already made bank account and krankenkasse. And yesterday i went in Italy beacuse of my mum, and my aunt told me i got a papet from imigrations office to send them how much will be my salary for November and December since I asked for permit here in Switzerland. But im so afraid that i wont get permit or something. That would be so hard and sad for me.
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Don't worry, it's just paperwork. You have your permission to live here, they need to see that you are earning money correctly.
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Don't worry, it's just paperwork. You have your permission to live here, they need to see that you are earning money correctly.
Thank you so much on your comfort words, It ruined my whole days. Its like I got paper that im registered here and I already work have my insurance, bank accounts. And then they send me this, and then its omg what if they wont give me a permit.
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They're probably more concerned that you/your employers are meeting the requirements for a nanny/domestic helper. For one thing your salary seems to be CHF1,000 too low.

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They're probably more concerned that you/your employers are meeting the requirements for a nanny/domestic helper. For one thing your salary seems to be CHF1,000 too low.

http://www.perfectway.ch/en/for-fami...formation.html
But im not professional Nanny

And also they say u need to work minimum of the 12 hours per week. Well someone can work 30 hours per week and they will still have 2100 fr.

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The absolute minimum salary, without any experience, is 18.55 per hour- and then they have to pay for accident insurance, social and pension. So many house employees or 'nannies' are exploited by their employers- so I am so glad to hear they are checking. Of course if you live in, and have lodgings and food provided, they can make deductions for this.
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The absolute minimum salary, without any experience, is 18.55 per hour- and then they have to pay for accident insurance, social and pension. So many house employees or 'nannies' are exploited by their employers- so I am so glad to hear they are checking. Of course if you live in, and have lodgings and food provided, they can make deductions for this.
Im not exploited love my job i love my boss. Shes the best and i never get tired. Its great job and not hard because shes always with me there. But what if i dont get my permit what i will do omg its horrible

and she pays all for me accident insurance, pension everythIng. Shes a lawyer.

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But im not professional Nanny
Doesn't matter. As Odile says there is a minimum figure you should be paid as well as other conditions they have to meet to employ you. Assuming you're working around 30 hours a week then you're being paid a bit more than the 18.55. I wouldn't worry too much, it's just that the authorities need to know you're earning enough to support yourself. If you have room and meals included that salary should be fine. Provide them with copies of your salary slips which should show that the correct deductions are also being made.

Make sure you have your own insurance cover too. The employer one only covers you for accidents while you're working - it won't cover you for if you get sick and need to see a doctor or go to hospital.
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Doesn't matter. As Odile says there is a minimum figure you should be paid as well as other conditions they have to meet to employ you. Assuming you're working around 30 hours a week then you're being paid a bit more than the 18.55. I wouldn't worry too much, it's just that the authorities need to know you're earning enough to support yourself. If you have room and meals included that salary should be fine. Provide them with copies of your salary slips which should show that the correct deductions are also being made.

Make sure you have your own insurance cover too. The employer one only covers you for accidents while you're working - it won't cover you for if you get sick and need to see a doctor or go to hospital.
Yes I have my krankenkasse with acident cover included. And I live with my family in apartment. But I have loung and dinner at my bosses house.

But what should I tell my emoloyeer if my permit gots rejected. I mean why did they then send me a confirmation that im registerd here.

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Then you have to tell them it got rejected. It's then up to them to decide if they want to rectify whatever problem the immigration office isn't happy about whether it's more money, the hours you work, etc. Rejection sounds pretty unlikely though.

All the confirmation is for is to confirm that you're officially living in Switzerland now and not Italy, nothing more at the moment. You're now a Swiss resident and therefore subject to Swiss law/regulations like having to have mandatory health insurance and paying into the AHV pension scheme, whether you're working or not. Once they've seen your employment contract and are happy with your salary/working conditions then the permit will be issued.
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