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Re: Dual residence permits

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You can go along to your gemeinde office and deregister 2/3 weeks in advance of your leaving date, for example go to the gemeinde office on 1st March and say "I want to deregister as being a Swiss resident on 15th March". You'll get a document from them which you can use for cancelling insurance, mobile phone contracts, etc. There's no "grace period" after deregistering for non-EU nationals, unless they come from a country that doesn't need a tourist visa to visit Switzerland. So you'd need to arrange everything so you can leave on the day stated.
Thanks! As I have a permanent residence in Sweden, I can of course travel freely within Schengen area and therefore I will have no problem to come back here for cleaning or any other remaining works. However of course I prefer to sum up everything prior to my departure.

Regarding the flat, it is a two months notice period. That would be no problem to find a new tenant here in Chur as the demand is extremely high (my last flat went on the same day I had advertised it with more than 12 applicants in one hour )
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Thanks! As I have a permanent residence in Sweden, I can of course travel freely within Schengen area and therefore I will have no problem to come back here for cleaning or any other remaining works. However of course I prefer to sum up everything prior to my departure.

Regarding the flat, it is a two months notice period. That would be no problem to find a new tenant here in Chur as the demand is extremely high (my last flat went on the same day I had advertised it with more than 12 applicants in one hour )
That's not likely to be a problem then. It was more a case of being aware the document you get from the gemeinde re your deregistration doesn't work for rental leases like it does for the other things.
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