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Old 02.04.2008, 13:03
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Re: Non-EU Permits - a few bullet points.

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JSo the answer to your question is there is not a limit but if you are instigating the move and you try and do this within the first 12 months you are likely to be rejected. If you are instigating a move within the canton after 13 months you are likely to be okay and if it is to another canton then it is up to the newly sponsoring company.
Thank you Richard. I am back with some more questions. To sum up the case, I am non-EU, been here nearly 3 years (in June) on a B-permit; 2 years in Zurich and 10 months in Geneva. Currently in Geneva, and permit extension here has been granted 'for as long as my employer needs me' (got an unlimited employment contract).
Meanwhile got an offer to return and work in Zurich.
My question is whether the above quoted rule is still valid after the new Act on Aliens came in force, and if the new employer shall have to go through the permit application from scratch or can "take over" my file and intiate the transfer to Zurich?

Thank you...
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